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Arts Council England
The Guilds of York have presented the York Mystery Plays on wagons in the streets of the city in several four-yearly cycles, the latest being on 13 and 20 July 2014.
The City archive includes Mystery Play material, such as this painting, below left, by Eileen White. Her painting featured in the exhibition including the Mystery Plays described in this page.
The Theatre was the venue for the Mystery Plays in 1992 and 1996. In 2012 they produced the Plays in Museum Gardens.
The original funder of this website.
Performers of Early Music in York, pictured here.
Home of the Mystery Play Archive, of Early Music Festivals and of all sorts of music.
Visit York The site for York tourism.
Run by York Museums Trust, but originally founded in 1830 by the Yorkshire Philosophical Society. The Society owned the Museum Gardens and St Mary's Abbey until 1961.
York Archaeological Trust runs Jorvik Viking Museum, Barley Hall, DIG, Micklegate Bar Museum (Henry VII) and Monk Bar Museum (Richard III) in the city. Members of the Friends of YAT have free entry to all five attractions. Among YAT publications is Nicola Rogers' book on the Guilds of York and their medieval performances of the Mystery Plays: Medieval Craft and Mystery.
Set up in 1922, this York acting group gave Judi Dench her first taste of Mystery Play acting.
The Film Archive has many films about York, in particular an 80 minute film made by Patrick Olsen about the 1973 Mystery Plays: Film ID 2041. Here is the Archive's descriptive PDF.
A membership group of enthusiasts and actors set up after the 2012 production, to support further productions of the Plays in York.
Founded in 1842 to explore civic and ecclesiastical history. Their 2017 York Historian has a major article about York Mystery Plays