Theatre |
2nd November 2016

Wed 2 Nov | 1.30pm | £6

Prism Arts Studio Theatre presents

Commemorating the centenary of the Battle of the Somme and adapted from real stories, this play focuses on how war impacts on families and home life. In collaboration with Cumbria Military Museum and using a mixture of shadow puppetry, projection, spoken word and music from the period, the story follows the men of the Border Regiment who fell in combat.

Following 6 different stories, the members of Prism Arts Studio Theatre have devised all aspects of this play. They take you through a journey of how this life changing event affected people from all walks of life.

Suitable for ages 7+
Venue: Theatre


2nd November 2016

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