Home: For A Lost Soldier - Tristan Bates Theatre
Monday 29 October 2018
Off-West End - Shows
Capturing a small community in the aftermath of The Great War and how they coped when the soldiers returned home, Home: For A Lost Soldier is due at Tristan Bates Theatre from 10 December.
Image: Tristan Bates Theatre
Home: for a Lost Soldier started out as a six-month community project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the First World War Engagement Centres.
Its aim was to explore what life was like for both the soldiers returning home in the immediate aftermath of the end of the war and for their families.
The project was a big success and it was through workshops that the play was devised and created.
Following sell-out performances at The Albany Theatre and The Above the Arts Theatre, London, Home: For a Lost Soldier will be returning to the West-End following popular demand for a special limited run at Tristan Bates Theatre from 10 to 15 December.
This is the company's second project working alongside the Heritage Lottery Fund and First World War Engagement Centres on a theatre project celebrating the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
About the company
Alfie James Production Company is a London based performance company with a serious interest in producing performances which explore issues affecting society and promote positive social change.
The company aims to produce regular performances, offer creative workshops, produce short films and to develop our own research studies.
It has produced over 20 sell out productions and developed several successful community theatre projects using performance techniques to support vulnerable adults affected by mental health issues, isolation, unemployment and disabilities.
The company has been supported by the Arts Council, Heritage Lottery Fund and several local small grants from local businesses and the Community Foundations.
Capturing a small community in the aftermath of the war and how they coped when the soldiers returned home and how they worked towards rebuilding their lives.
"Home" is a love story and a thriller rolled into one with a wonderful cast, which also explores issues of mental health, unemployment, disabilities and women's rights.
Lord Rochester - Mark Beer
Lady Rochester - M. K. Rose
Isabelle - Holly Kellingray
Matthews - Ricardo Reis
Bennett - Jordan Whitby
Gwen - Kathryn Bryan
Henry Jones - Martin Challinor
Sylvie - Elisa Mello
The Mayor - Alfie James
Author: Alfie James
Composer: Odysseas Ford
Director: Alfie James
Lighting: Jake Cooper-Newton
Sound: Patrick O'Sullivan
Production: Alfie James Productions
From: Monday 10 December 2018
Closed: Saturday 15 December 2018
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