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(From The Northern Echo)
Byline: Gavin Havery
ORGANISERS of the revival of a medieval tradition in the region have hailed the three-day event a big success.
The Durham Mysteries featured ten short productions based on Bible stories and included opera, break-dancing, drama and comedy.
It was held in the city from Thursday to Saturday and attracted about 3,000 people.
Event organiser Kate James said: "It was a very ambitious project, but it has been an absolute triumph.
"We have had a fantastic response from the audience and performers. It has been quite overwhelming." The plays were written by some star names, such as Ian …