The year is 1810. Nan lives with her uncle and his wife on a small tenant farm in a village by the river Severn. Her father has been hanged for stealing a sheep, but tonight there is the possibility that love will be in the air as Nan attends a party where there will be dancing to the violin of Gaffer Pearce.
Director - Auriol Smith
Author - John Masefield
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