STRATA at The Royal Exchange Theatre

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STRATA at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester
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STRATA at Royal Exchange Theatre, City Centre 28 June — 28 July 2018 Entrance is free

Strata is a film by Jacob Cartwright and Nick Jordan that explores the loss and erasure of former coal-mining sites, alongside the environmental transformation and cultural repurposing of these post-industrial locations, where particular flora and fauna species have colonised the landscape. It is presented at The Royal Exchange Theatre to accompany Queens of the Coal Age by Maxine Peake. Featuring an accompanying soundtrack score by Lord Mongo.

STRATA at Royal Exchange Theatre, City Centre 28 June — 28 July 2018 Entrance is free

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