Horfield Theatre Company presents latest production 'Stages of War'October 9th, 2014
In remembrance of the start of “the war to end all wars” one hundred years ago, Horfield Theatre Company will soon present three one-act plays offering a glimpse into those dark times and the people from every walk of life whose lives were affected.
The three plays are ‘Dig for the Diggers’ by Lynn Britney, ‘Grandma’s Photograph’ by Alan Marshall and ‘After the Ball is Over’ by Lynn Britney.
The discovery of a mass grave for Australian soldiers killed at the battle of Fromelles and the work using contemporary science to identify them inspires a detective story in ‘Dig for the Diggers’. ‘Grandma’s Photograph’ looks at the war’s impact on family life and our final story and ‘After the Ball is Over’ takes us to the outset of the Great War and how people and relationships are changed forever, even in the grandest of families.
The amateur production will run from Wednesday 29th October until Saturday 1st November at Horfield Parish Hall, Wellington Hill, Horfield BS7 8ST. Doors will open at 7pm in time for the first performance beginning at 7.30pm. Tickets are £9 each.
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