Journey's End
by R.C. Sherriff
15th - 23rd September 2006
~ Directed by Loretta Freeman ~

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First performed in 1929, this anti-war classic, set in the British trenches at St Quentin, is based on the author's own experiences of the Front. Young Raleigh joins up and finds himself posted to the Company of Captain Stanhope; his idol from school. But Stanhope, promoted beyond his experience and years, has changed, and now faces the inevitabilities of the front line.

Journey's End is filled with humour in the face of certain tragedy and is as much the story of its many characters as it is an observation on war.

Cast
Patrick SunnersCaptain Hardy
Andy HowellLieutenant Osbourne
Ian HoughtonPrivate Mason
Jordan BlaxhillLance Corporal Broughton
Alex Brace2nd Lieutenant Raleigh
Chris JanesCaptain Stanhope
Andy Kirtley2nd Lieutenant Trotter
Mark James2nd Lieutenant Hibbert
Paul MortonThe Colonel
Jordan BlaxhillA German Soldier
Crew
Claudia McKelveyStage Manager
Pippa CookeProduction Secretary
Pippa CookeAssistant Stage Manager
Tony MasonSound
Ken AllfordLighting
Shelagh MaughanWardrobe
Louise KemplenProps
Angela ReissProps Advisor
Pippa MortonPrompt
Chris JanesSet Design
Karen JanesSet Dressing
Mike DayWWI Advisor