After a successful first two nights in Limavady and Londonderry, ‘War’s End’ heads into its final three nights of performances.
‘War’s End’ has been a collaboration between Dervock & District Community Association and its producers Jonathan Burgess & Codie Morrison, alongside music which has been provided by Dervock based writer, David Kane.
The creators described the play as being:
‘Set towards the end of WWI, the action takes place in a bomb-crater in the middle of no-man’s-land. In the confusion of battle, Steven, a member of the 36th Ulster Division takes cover in the crater little realising who else is in there. Siegmund, a German soldier and Paddy a member of the 10th Irish Division also have chosen to seek shelter there.’
‘Trapped by the ongoing battle and without munitions or supplies, the three men, who would consider themselves as natural enemies, talk to each other, but will the forces that divide them lead to conflict on a much smaller scale?’
The production which is being supported by the Community Relations Council, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, DADCA Ltd Co and Department of Foreign Affairs and is being produced by Dervock & District Community Association.
If you haven’t saw he play yet there is still time, with three more dates.
- Flowerfield Arts Centre, Portstewart on 9th March;
- The Balor Theatre, Ballybofey on 11th March:
- Ballymoney Town Hall on 13th March.
Admission is £10 and £8 concessionary and tickets can be booked through the venues.