Stories from the Cells – Crime and Punishment

Explore crime and punishment at Dunbar Town House Museum and Gallery as we use theatre to tell the dramatic stories of those who worked or were imprisoned here!

Stories from the Cells – Crime and Punishment

About Stories from the Cells – Crime and Punishment

Come and explore crime and punishment at Dunbar Town House Museum and Gallery. We will be bring the cells back to life and use theatre to tell the dramatic stories of those who worked here or were imprisoned! This is a fantastic opportunity to see parts of this historically significant building that are only usually available by tour.

Come and try out our drop-in sound effects activity or make a booking for the theatre piece. Pre booking essential for performances at 7.15pm and 8pm.

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Stories from the Cells – Crime and Punishment are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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