MacPhunn Play

Archibald MacPhunn from Dreip was hanged following his Court Case at Inveraray Jail in 1691. On the way back across the water to Strachur he came alive and was thereafter known as half hung Archie.

The re-enactment play was written and directed by Gordon Neish in 2013.

Photographs from Leif Brag.

Programme of MacPhunn Play
Programme of MacPhunn Play
Programme of MacPhunn Play
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lbIMG_4808 Cathie Montgomery and Sir Charles MacLean who opened the event
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LB1 Tom Hill holding the raffle top prize – Bottle of MacPhunn Whisky

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