The West Berkshire Federation of Village Schools collaborates again in this evocative tale of Newbury families during the First World War. Based partly on local events, the story follows two photographers and their families during the conflict, one of working class background, the other gentry. The sons and daughters of each household fall in love as the war overtakes all their fortunes. Packed with local colour, humour, poetry, song, the sights and sounds of our old market town and the horrors and absurdity of the war itself, over a hundred and twenty primary school children will perform this epic and moving local story.
‘Have you forgotten yet?...
Look up, and swear by the green of the spring that you’ll never forget.’
£11, concessions £6.50
The Schools' Federation project is supported by The Dr. Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation.
Wednesday to Friday at 7.30pm
Saturday at 6.30pm
Directed by Beth Flintoff
Designed by Julieann Worrall Hood
Presented by Enborne, Stockcross, Welford and Wickham, Inkpen, Chaddleworth St Andrew’s and Shefford and Shaw cum Donnington Schools, in collaboration with The Watermill Theatre