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Sonntag, 17. August 2014, 19:32

Phil als Sprecher in "The Dreamers" (16. - 18. Oktober, Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells)


The Dreamers ‏@TheDreamersUK

We are so proud to announce that Philip Glenister is one of the on-screen narrators in our show! #WW1 pic.twitter.com/vI90fRDdWG

04:12 - 17. Aug. 2014

Über das Stück:

The Dreamers is a brand new musical production telling the story of a WWI hero - featuring @virginsoldiers & a cast of young men & women- COMING SOON

UK · assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk/the-dreamers

Thu 16 - Sat 18 Oct

Show Info

Evenings at 7.30pm, Friday matinee at 1pm

Tickets: Adult £19.50, Child £10, Student £12.50

In the year that commemorates 100 years since the beginning of the First World War, Runner Bean Ltd and the Assembly Hall Theatre in association with Stars Foundation for Cerebral Palsy bring The Dreamers to Tunbridge Wells.

A brand new production it will be performed live by Virgin Soldiers and an ensemble of 21 young men and women.

In words and music, The Dreamers tells the tragic story of David Reginald Salomons, heir to the Salomons Estate, who led his regiment to the battlefields of Gallipoli.

The story will be narrated on large LED screens by actors Amanda Redman and Christopher Beeny, with a special appearance by Sir Tim Rice.

This is an opportunity for you to see the premiere performances of a unique theatrical experience before its West End debut in 2015.

Download our Education Pack

See The Dreamers fantastic Anthem featuring members of the cast.

'This is exactly what the centenary should be about, young people engaging, getting involved, playing their part. This music captures the essence of commemoration across the generations.' - Lady Lucy French, Director, St James Theatre London

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A £1.25 per ticket booking fee will be added to all orders booked online or through the Box Office.

"Don't be such a jessie!" (Gene Hunt)