Our programme at the Army Reserve Centre is aimed at sparking conversations about what the Army is and what it stands for in 21st Century society. Shows take place at Hepburn House Reserve Centre, 89 East Claremont Street, EH7 4HU (Venue 210).
An immersive audio experience and installation based on the play by Owen Sheers about the life and work of WW2 poet Keith Douglas.
'At first you feel a winding pain... you get used to it, then you develop a liking to it...' The Happiness Project explores our need for non-sexual physical contact in our highly digital era.
A herstory about women warriors; weaving verbatim testimony of contemporary army servicewomen with the true story of Flora Sandes, heroine on the Allied front line in the First World War, set to music by Rose Miranda Hall.
'Wonderful' (Margaret Atwood). Unicorns, Almost is a play by Owen Sheers about the life and work of WWII poet Keith Douglas. A one-man show in an immersive space with accompanying exhibition. Produced by The Story of Books.
A verbatim play about ordinary young men in extraordinary times. Bomb Happy evocatively brings to life the powerful testimonies of five Normandy Veterans, inexperienced young conscripts, who find themselves part of one of the most dangerous operations of World War II.
From Serbian snowfields to deserts in Afghanistan, four women unite across a century.