Think of England
A theatre performance to bring back memories of wartime years.
In the Summer of 1943, Bett and Vera travel the country hosting tea dances for RAF fighter pilots stationed nearby. What the locals don’t know is that the dance is a cover for the girls’ real purpose; to send the men off to fight and die having experienced all of life’s pleasures...
An immersive theatre performance by 'Anonymous is a Woman Theatre Company' and supported by Applause Rural Touring and Ideastest.
Audience members are encourage to come in 1940s dress if they'd like to.
Tea and biscuits included in the ticket price.
Tickets available: At the Alexander Centre
telephone: 01795 594460
The Alexander Centre