: War Game // Where
: Bristol Old Vic// When
: Tues 11 – Sat 22 Nov (7pm) // Cost
: £12/£7.50 conc.
tells the story of the opening months of the First World War through the eyes of a village football team who sign up, train, are despatched to the Front and then play in the famous Christmas Day match across No Man’s Land.
Inspired by Michael Foreman’s novella for young readers, this devised adaptation is timed to be part of the centenary memorials of the start of World War 1.
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By Kevin McGough
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