Original historical drama Witch will be performed in Barnstaple this week in the presence of a real witch-mark at St Annes Arts and Community Centre. For this years Fringe TheatreFest in Barnstaple, a play about an accusation of witchcraft will be performed on Friday (June 30) at 8.30pm, Saturday (July 1) at 1pm and Sunday (July 2) at 4pm. The Circle of Spears Production is written by Tracey Norman and she is especially excited that the production will be performed in the centre, real-life protective witches marks have been found. The play does not touch on magic, devil pacts or familiars but it is based on actual court records from the South West, meaning that everything that happens in the play happened to a living person. The thought-provoking performance has successfully toured a number of locations throughout the South West, as well as being used as educational theatre for secondary and university students. Described as intense, compelling and utterly immersive, the show recently received a four-star review from Remotegoat, which said This is powerful stuff and will stay with me. More information about Witch can be found at traceynormanswitch.com. For tickets to the show or more information, go to www.theatrefest.co.uk. Dont miss the chance for Frequent Fringer vouchers to see multiple shows too. Visit the Baptist Hall, St Annes Arts Centre and The Golden Lion Tap for tickets during the festival.