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Cost £8 & concessions
Being 15 in 1915 is an adventure, the war is the thing, lie about your age and the adventure is yours, you can too take part in the BIG PICNIC have something to tell to the girls when you get back home, have something to tell your grandchildren in years to come, have something to think back on in your old age. or Being 15 in 1915 is an adventure, the war is the thing, lie about your age and the adventure is yours, until it is time to take part in the BIG PICNIC and the fear breaks over you like a wave, something to be shamed by when you get back home. Tell your sergeant you don't want to go and be certain that you may not reach 16 let alone old age.
HANGING ON THE OLD BARBED WIRE.
Every day the women gather at the place of the unknown soldier to leave a message for their loved ones, missing or killed in action. Who remembers the women who waited and held their families together as the world went mad around them?
HANGING ON THE OLD BARBED WIRE.

Written by Robbie McGovan
Directed by Robbie McGovan, Neil Maskell & Lucy Flack

Start Time : 7.30.pm
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Donna Easton
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Mike Lees
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Aideen Malone
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