Presented by the Arts & Culture Centre
TOURING November 22 - December 1, 2017
On July 1, 1924, Field Marshall Douglas Haig comes to St. John’s to dedicate the National War Memorial. Charles Edgecombe, a groom from the Governor’s stables, helps him dress for the occasion.
Haig is then obliged to submit to an interview by local journalist and suffragette, Geraldine Drover. Their meeting sparks a fierce debate about the causes of the World War and its consequences, about the horrors of the past and their hopes for the future.
Written by Edward Riche
Directed by Charlie Tomlinson
Featuring: David Ley, Allison Kelly, and Edmund Stapleton.
An RCA Theatre Company
POST SHOW TALK-BACK:
There will be a talk-back after each performance with the cast/director. Please stay to hear more about the creation of this play and to ask some questions.