WW1 Play - the jocks

#1
I remember at school, reading the screenplay/ script for a famous play about the jocks in WW1. I am fairly sure we read the script and watched the revised play on video, but I cannot for the life of me remember the title of the it!

My dear silver haired mother is asking about it, and I would quite like to give her the info. All I can remember was it was one of those "bitter-sweet" jobbies, where the Jocks, kilt-laden and horribly brave, all died in the trenches, but were brought to heaven by am angel at the end.

I have to say, it was horribly sad, but very good. Additionally, does anyone remember a similar book and play about Captain Stanhope in WW1?
 
#2
The second one is Journey's End by RC Sheriff.

He served in the trenches during WW1, so it's written from first hand experience.

Never heard of the first.
 

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