‘Where Poppies Grow’ 1914 – 1918

‘Where Poppies Grow’ is an anthology in poetry, prose and music of the war and is a commemoration of the 1914 – 1918 Armistice. It is performed by members of the Ewhurst Players and friends.

The First World War produced an enormous outpouring of poetry, prose and many songs that have become part of the National character. The evening will contain moments both sad and funny and, we hope, will provide a fitting tribute to the service men and women who were involved in the conflict.

All money raised from the performances will go towards the charity PTSD Resolution, a national organisation which offers counselling to ex-soldiers suffering PTSD and their families.

Tickets cost £10
The Box Office opens on October 9th, seats can be booked by calling 01483 277589 or email
For more information please contact: James Roberts on 07825 713 949 or email: Visit the volunteering vacancies page on the website at www.sja.org.uk

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