Stoke Damerel Church, Plymouth

Muscovado felt at home playing at Stoke Damerel Church in Plymouth, having begun its journey at Holy Trinity Church, Clapham. Stoke Damerel Church is one of the oldest churches in Plymouth as it has been a site of worship for over seven hundred years.

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Not only was Plymouth a slave trade port in the 17th century, but Plymouth and its inhabitants were then instrumental in the campaign for the abolition of slavery.

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We even found a boat whose name was particularly relevant to Muscovado – the name of one of the characters in the play!

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We had a fantastic time playing in Stoke Damerel Church and had a great response from the audiences.

Thanks for having us, Plymouth!