Friend or Foe?

Voices from World War One

Tue 29 Mar to Wed 30 Mar

Friend or Foe?

Produced and presented by Fred Theatre
Hosted by The Cockpit


Friend or Foe? presents authentic voices from the first world war.

Three one-act plays, all written during the conflict, each passionate and exposing raw emotions and deeply held convictions. Yet, each tells a very different story, and reveals the range of attitudes the war evoked at the time.

These powerful plays demonstrate that playwrights of the war have a voice which is equal in strength to that of the poets, challenging perceived ideas of manhood, womanhood, social order and authority.

The plays are:
Black 'Ell  by Miles Malleson
X=0: A Night of the Trojan War by John Drinkwater
The Munition Worker by Alec Holmes (Lady Aimeé Byng Hall Scott)

Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th March
7:30pm, plus a matinee at 2:00pm on Wednesday 30th March

Full price: £12.00 Concessions: £10.00