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Tag Archives: First World War

Journey’s End: behind the scenes of the new First World War film – History Extra

RC Sherriff wrote his celebrated play Journey’s End in 1928, ten years after the end of the First World War. Praised for capturing the claustrophobia and viciousness of trench warfare … Continue reading

02/05/2018 · 7 Comments

Theatrical links and war heroes in Bedford Park, Chiswick – House Historian

In looking through the 1891 census for Bath Road, which runs along the boundary of Bedford Park, I found the widowed, Marie Saker, recorded as an actress. She was living … Continue reading

01/18/2017 · 2 Comments

Archive Interview • GRAHAM COWLEY & TRICIA THORNS • My Real War 1914 – ? • 2007 | Rogues & Vagabonds

Not far from Finsbury Park Station, in a complex of offices and mini warehouses, resides the home of Out of Joint, the theatre production company headed by the enthusiastic and … Continue reading

11/20/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Interview • GRAHAM COWLEY & TRICIA THORNS • My Real War 1914 – ? • 2007

Not far from Finsbury Park Station, in a complex of offices and mini warehouses, resides the home of Out of Joint, the theatre production company headed by the enthusiastic and … Continue reading

11/11/2015 · 1 Comment

REVIEW: Oh What A Lovely War!, Richmond Theatre (Touring) ✭✭✭✭ | British Theatre

My connection is still atrocious hence my not responding to comments. Oh, What A Lovely War Richmond Theatre, as part of UK tour 12 February 2015 4 Stars It’s grouse … Continue reading

02/19/2015 · Leave a comment

Charlie Ward • 14-18 NOW • Fuel Theatre • The Cinema Museum

From 23rd July until 3rd August, 2014, The Cinema Museum in London will be hosting Charlie Ward, a sound installation lasting 15 minutes.  Renowned theatre group, Fuel present Sound&Fury’s Charlie Ward in conjunction with 14-18 NOW. It is sure … Continue reading

07/17/2014 · 3 Comments

Music Hall – not just a lovely war? | objectingtowar

I Didn’t Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier Cards by FirstNightVintage Re-blogged from objectingtowar. It’s hard to imagine but one hundred years ago the cultural life of this country was … Continue reading

06/11/2014 · 1 Comment