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at all points from head to foot

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Cap-a-Pie has now been commissioned to produce a new version which features insects local to the North Pennines.
"What has emerged," say Cap-a-Pie, "is a story of suffering and hope that will make you think about where you live in a completely different way." Prof Gerrard says: "This performance adds a new dimension to the huge amount of research that's gone into uncovering their story and it really brings home the reality of what the soldiers must have gone through as they marched from Dunbar to Durham."
Woven Bones will be directed by Brad McCormick, artistic director of Cap-a-Pie, which was founded in 1996 and has a reputation for collaborating with universities and schools.
However, Cap-a-Pie's artistic director Brad McCormick is keen to stress audiences can engage meaningfully in many different ways.
Newcastle University has been working with Cap-a-Pie since 2012, when social geographer Michael Richardson linked up with the company to bring his research into Tyneside Irish identity to life through the play Under Us All.
Carla was nominated by Gordon Poad, the director of Cap-A-Pie Ltd, who said: "Over the seven years that Carla has been with Cap-A-Pie she has demonstrated nothing less than 100% commitment.
Gordon Poad -who leads Cap-a-Pie and with producer Katy Vanden has earned a reputation for "reminiscence theatre" projects bringing alive memories and histories of local communities -had the solution.
Then, with two more years' funding awarded by Newcastle University and the National Lottery through Arts Council England to maintain the working relationship, Cap-a-Pie drew up a programme of future performances at Northern Stage -including this week's scratch night -as well as specific projects.
But, through Cap-a-Pie's inclusion project, Carla has grown into an ambitious young woman.
AMBITIOUS: Carla Davison of drama group Cap-a-Pie; POSITIVE ATTITUDE: Daniel English, who is blind, with his grandmother Monica Simpson
Then, when Dipton's Co-op branch went up for sale in 2002, Gordon and Cap-a-Pie saw their chance.
He shares this philosophy with Creative Partnerships Tees Valley, a Government-funded education programme that introduces arts projects into schools, and which arranged and helped to fund Cap-a-Pie's involvement with the schools.
Gordon Poad, founder of The Store's resident company, Theatre Cap-a-Pie, and director of The Night Falls Here, says: "It's for everyone really, but what I wanted to do was to make a piece of theatre that would appeal to the youngsters who choose the horror films from the local video shop.
A world away from Covent Garden is the ex-mining village of Dipton, County Durham, where arts company Theatre Cap-a-Pie is based in a former shop, now called The Store.