Doncaster Little Theatre has gone all out to make the forthcoming production of Four Nights In Knaresborough authentic.
Set in 1171 the play explores the relationships between the four knights who killed Thomas Becket when they hid in Knaresborough Castle for a year.
Professional costumes have been hired from West Yorkshire Playhouse and realistic weapons have been hired from the Bristol Old Vic theatre.
Paul Webb’s play includes outrageous comedy with adult language, as well as serious debate, described as ‘a Medieval drama for the Tarantino generation’.
It is being performed from March 21 to 26 at 7.30pm.