Reflections 1914-1918 (including Lions and Donkeys)
A celebration by various writers
Thursday 6 November 2014 - Saturday 8 November 2014
Faringdon Junior School, 26 Gloucester Street, Faringdon SN7 7HY
Directed by Carolyn Taylor, Gary Field & Peter Webster
Produced by Katie Dyet
Performances start 8:00 pm. Doors open 7:00 pm. Food will be served at 7:30 pm
Tickets: £10. No concessions. Food is included.
Tickets were available from our Online Box Office and The Nut Tree, 2 Cornmarket, Faringdon.
(As food has to be ordered in advance for this performance tickets if still available on the door will NOT include food.)
A collection of memories, letters, songs, sketches and short plays remembering ‘the war to end all wars’ with a fish and chips supper included.
A collection of memories, letters, poems, songs, and sketches
Director: Carolyn Taylor
A short break for drinks and a raffle
Lions and Donkeys
A short play by Steve Harper
Directors: Gary Field & Peter Webster
It’s September 1918 on the Western Front, and Tommy Atkins and Dave Rawlings from the Third Essex Battalion are doing all they can to stay alive during the final months of the First World War. They receive an unexpected visit from an officer, Lieutenant Hargreaves, who announces that Tommy is to be awarded the Military Medal for his courage in combat. Why, then, are Tommy and Dave so keen to see the back of him?
A funny, poignant play about friendship, humanity and survival.
Photographs by Paul Mountford-Lister3 shows were performed over 3 days.