Dawn King’s Foxfinder is an unsettling variation of the witch-hunter story, exploring themes of privacy, belief and responsibility in an uncanny world.

When William Bloor, a ‘foxfinder’ arrives at the Coveys’ farm, he has only one aim – to use the education he’s been given to seek out and unearth the fox, an animal threatening their very civilisation. However, as investigations proceed, the revelations and events which follow change their lives forever.

Dawn King is an award-winning writer. Her latest play, Ciphers, is being produced by Out of Joint, Exeter Northcott Theatre and The Bush and will tour the UK in 2013/2014. Her play Foxfinder won the Papatango Theatre Company writing competition in 2011 and was produced at the Finborough Theatre, London.

The director, Maria Manning,  is a first time director, having gotten involved in Dramat last year. She is a second year English student.