‘1918 – When the guns fell silent’
By Theatre Workshop Coulsdon
To commemorate the centenary of the last year of the Great War, Theatre Workshop Coulsdon presents an exploration of some of the themes of this tumultuous time. From the horrors of the Western Front to the incredible social changes at home, from war to the peace that followed.
Performed at the Coulsdon Community Centre, Barrie Close, Chipstead Valley Road, Coulsdon.
Saturday 17th, Sunday 18th, Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th March at 8pm,
with a 3pm matinee on Saturday 24th March.
Hot, cold and alcoholic drinks will be available along with a range of snacks and sweets from about an hour before the start of each show as well as at the interval.
Seating is on a first come, first served basis, so you are advised to come early in order to get a good seat.
For those driving, there is a large, free, car park at the Centre. For those coming by public transport, the 166 bus stops nearby on Chipstead Valley Road (Coniston Road stop), and Woodmansterne railway station is only a 10 min walk away.