This is a touching first world war story of a close knit army unit sent to the front line and the woman left at home in Accrington. Originally premiered by the Royal Shakespeare Company, this moving and hard hitting play is a timely and gritty reminder of the triumph of humanity amidst disaster.
Don’t forget, in partnership with this production, as part of this special remembrance part of our season we are also presenting ‘Oh What a Lovely War’ on our main stage.
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THIS SHOW IS NOW SOLD OUT – INCLUDING THE ADDITIONAL MONDAY EVENING PERFORMANCE
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May, a stallholder -?Vicky Siddle
Tom, an apprentice ?-?Charlie Maguire
Ralph, a clerk -?Matthew Roughley
Eva, a mill girl -?Rachel Isbister
Sarah, a married mill worker -?Charlotte Jobling
Bertha, a mill girl -?Emily Hammond
Annie, a housewife -?Emily Duffy
Arthur, her husband -?Leon McKenna
Reggie, her son -?Leif Black
C.S.M. Rivers, a regular soldier -?Anthony Morris
Photos by Adam Gonet
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