Selected from the Imperial War Museum’s sound archive recorded in the 1950s, Forgotten Voices relives the moving testimonies of those whose lives were utterly transformed by their experiences in the First World War.
Based on the best-selling book by Max Arthur and adapted for the stage by Malcolm McKay. Performed by Maggie Ollerenshaw, (War Horse, Still Open All Hours) John Chancer (Casino Royale, Spooks) Charlie Roe (Morse, East Enders) Paul Moriarty (Pride & Prejudice., A Touch of Frost) and Geoff Leesley (Game of Thrones, Little Britain) these personal oral testimonies make a poignant tribute to the men and women who survived.
Directed by Gerrard McArthur
‘Almost unbearably moving piece of verbatim theatre’
Accessible Tickets for this production ca be booked online.
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