ritten almost 650 years ago by William Langland, Piers Plowman
enters the mind of a wanderer, Will, as he falls asleep in the Malvern Hills, dreams of a ‘fair field full of folk’ and embarks on a quest to find Truth. Conceived and produced by multi-award-winning arts company Penned in the Margins, Fair Field
re-imagined Piers Plowman
for the twenty-first century through site-responsive performances, an exhibition at the National Poetry Library, podcasts, educational workshops and more. Fair Field
invites you to enter the psychedelic dreamscape of Piers Plowman
— to explore a world of inequality, political corruption and spiritual crisis that is uncannily like our own. Find out more.
Relive the action across Ledbury, London and the Malvern Hills as William Langland's epic poem of crisis comes to life through theatre, music, spoken word and site-specific performance. Watch the 30-minute highlight film below or explore all five production videos here.