By Peter Whelan
On the eve of the First World War the young men of Accrington hear Kitchener’s all for a New Army and become the smallest town in England to raise a Pals Volunteer Brigade. When they arrive in France, the brutal reality of the trenches is beyond anything they were prepared for. And back home amongst the women they leave behind – their mothers, wives, daughters, lovers – nothing can ever be the same again.
Join us to commemorate the centenary of the Great War with this exceptional play about ordinary people in extraordinary times.
Click an image to enlarge: