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The Two Worlds of Charlie F

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Theatre Royal Haymarket for one night only, 22nd January two performances, 14.30 and 18.30. Play performed by injured and sick service men and women.There are a few tickets left for the 14.30 performance at £10 not sure about the 18.30

Box office 02079308800

Web site: Home - Royal British Legion

Proceeds to Royal British Legion
 
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Just got back from seeing this, it's brilliant really well acted by non professionals they were guys and gals who have been injured on ops. Very funny, educational and in parts moving. There will be a documentary on BBC in June.
 
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Just got back from seeing this, it's brilliant really well acted by non professionals they were guys and gals who have been injured on ops. Very funny, educational and in parts moving. There will be a documentary on BBC in June.
I have just seen this at the Edinburgh Fringe a very moving piece of Theatre showing the trauma of injury in war. Very funny in parts lots of squaddie humour both dry and black.
The lads on stage are ex and serving military all injured on ops mainly in Afghan. It was almost a full house and a standing (tearful) ovation as we all had an insight into the world of life changing injuries from some very brave men and women.
Well done to all involved
 
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I have just seen this at the Edinburgh Fringe a very moving piece of Theatre showing the trauma of injury in war. Very funny in parts lots of squaddie humour both dry and black.
The lads on stage are ex and serving military all injured on ops mainly in Afghan. It was almost a full house and a standing (tearful) ovation as we all had an insight into the world of life changing injuries from some very brave men and women.
Well done to all involved
From me in another thread!

Saw the play yesterday at the Edinburgh festival. Wow. Just wow! See it if you can or while you can.

The cast mixed with the punters at the bar afterwards & one of the guys, still serving, said he doesn't know how long this play (recovery programme) is funded to continue and passed the comment what price do you put on recovery.

Interesting comment which links in someways with the H4H thread.

Anyway it pages long, so see the play if you can!
 

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