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For many years Wheston Hall was held in the Alleyne family who were staunch Catholics.

In 1592 Edward Alleyne and his brother Henry were arrested for being Roman Catholics and holding secret mass and were heavily fined.

In the next century Wheston Hall passed through several families but fell into disrepair, and the west wing became disused.

In 1952 the west wing and north front collapsed in a gale and parts of n Hall were then demolished to reduce it to a more manageable size.

Wheston Hall was originally built in the late 16th century.

At that time the property consisted of a tower three storeys in height but ungabled.

This route lead down Wheston Bank and was known as Kirkgate or Crossgate.

This era of the middle ages is referred to as the ‘Age of Faith’ because no traveller would have passed a cross without offering a prayer for their safe journey.

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It was an epochal moment for the writer-director, not least because he is on record as saying that films saved his life and one senses that his theatrical work was initially conceived as a means to break into the film industry.

Despite this, Mc Donagh is arguably the most brilliant living playwright and his stage work offers a clear blueprint for what came later.

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