Name a Second World War poet.
A verbatim play about ordinary young men in extraordinary times.
Lilian, Catherine, Mary and Tam all have one thing in common, they risk their lives to serve their country and save the lives of others.
An immersive audio installation based on the play by Owen Sheers about the life and work of WW2 poet Keith Douglas.
‘At first you feel a winding pain.
Dead Equal is a resplendent feminist perspective on female involvement in combat.
The Regional Medical Draft Board has strict guidelines for the classification of recruits and their suitability for deployment.
Forget Me Nots is a new piece of ‘queer theatre’ from Rokkur Friggjar, a collective of theatre makers based in Iceland and the UK, who are contributors to this year’s [email protected]…
‘They said I’d be good at it.
When the soldier goes to war what of those left behind? This is the question posed by InValid Voices, a new theatre piece based on interviews with women serving as and married to C…
Based on Chandradhar Sharma Guleri’s iconic Hindi short story Usne Kaha Tha, The Troth is about one soldier, Sardar Lehna Singh, and the sacrifice he makes to keep his secret pro…
"A British soldier never runs away from a fight", Tommy Atkins proudly proclaims.
Nothing’s easier than returning to the welcoming arms of civilian life post-Army, right? Not for this soldier.
Wired is one of several productions with a military theme being performed at the Army Reserve Centre, Summerhall’s new venue, [email protected]
Trumpet, electronics and text.
This is My Life is a witty, engaging and entertaining theatre show commissioned by RCET, which has been a huge hit in schools throughout Scotland.
There’s a real sense of excitement in the run-up to Stand By, not least thanks to the slightly-unusual venue—inside an Army Reserve Centre in the north of the New Town.
Let’s spend an hour playing together.
Nestled in the artsy comfort of the Fringe bubble, it is all too easy to forget about the murmurings – or in some cases, bellowings – of war that have been thrown back and fort…
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