Crowds flock to Bishop Auckland for Kynren singalong performance

Crowds enjoyed a singalong during a Bank Holiday weekend performance of Kynren – An Epic Tale of England, last night (Saturday, August 27) at 11Arches, in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.

The critically acclaimed show takes audiences on a journey through 2,000 years of history, myth and legend, and the spectacle includes 37 horses, a cast of a thousand and a firework finale.

Audiences watch from an 8,000-seater Tribune providing panoramic views across the giant seven-and-a-half-acre outdoor stage.

The Northern Echo: The event pulled in a huge crowd. Picture: NORTH NEWSThe event pulled in a huge crowd. Picture: NORTH NEWS

The Northern Echo: The event was certainly a show-stopper. Picture: NORTH NEWSThe event was certainly a show-stopper. Picture: NORTH NEWS

The Northern Echo: The fireworks made the event even more spectacular. Picture: NORTH NEWSThe fireworks made the event even more spectacular. Picture: NORTH NEWS

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The Northern Echo: Kynren was inspired by one of France's biggest tourist attractions, the Puy du Fou. Picture: NORTH NEWSKynren was inspired by one of France’s biggest tourist attractions, the Puy du Fou. Picture: NORTH NEWS

The Northern Echo: The 90-minute performance depicts vital moments in British history and myth spanning 2000 years. Picture: NORTH NEWSThe 90-minute performance depicts vital moments in British history and myth spanning 2000 years. Picture: NORTH NEWS

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