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General Prices: Free

Duration: 1hr 30mins

Middlesbrough-born Daniel Bye is a theatre maker who’s making a new show called These Hills Are Ours with Boff Whalley from Chumbawamba. These Hills Are Ours is about escaping it all by running to wild places. Escaping the city, escaping your past, escaping the restrictions upbringing or class or politics. It’s a celebration of wild places and our freedom to roam them.

While they’re making the show, Dan and Boff want to spend an evening exploring why Roseberry Topping, the ‘Matterhorn of the North’, means so much to us. Whether you’re up there every weekend, haven’t been since you were a kid, or just love the silhouette on the skyline, they want to hear from you. Runners, ramblers, nature enthusiasts, scout leaders and weekend warriors – all welcome.

What’s it for? They’re gathering thoughts and feelings about Roseberry Topping in order to write a song about it for a choir to sing. The choir will sing the song on Roseberry Topping itself, sometime in the first half of next year. If you’re not a singer, though, don’t worry – you don’t have to be in order to come along to this evening session. But if you do fancy being in the choir, this would be a great first step to finding out more.

The evening will be a mix of discussion and practical exploration – no skills required, just a love for that hill!

We can accommodate all access requirements – just let us know your needs and we’ll endeavour to meet them.

​If you’d like to attend, please email [email protected] to let us know you’ll be coming along – thanks!