A Different Drum reflects community in 17th century Derbyshire Village
In the blood of a flea, wrapped in a bundle of French silk, the plague arrives in the Derbyshire village of Eyam, and with it comes a devastating decision.
As the entire community chooses the bold path of sacrifice, they begin to march to a different drum.
Beginning in the 17th century A Different Drum follows a thread of history through to the present day, picking up on stories of those who have taken the less trod path.
Full of life and colourful music, a different drum imagines how different the world could be if we responded unswervingly to the call to 'do unto others as you would have them do unto you.'
A Different Drum, Martin Way Methodist Church, Buckleigh Ave, Raynes Park SW20 9JZ, 7.30pm, October 5, £10, 01904 613 000
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