From RWCMD Writer in Residence Roy Williams
Jamie and Ben dream of becoming heroes. The boys are about to be deployed to Iraq for active service, leaving the comfort of their English market-towns. When they find themselves in a war zone, fighting, the question of ‘what is it all for?’ becomes more and more apparent. Roy Wiliams writes in response to Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing and examines the morality of sending troops into war.
By Roy Williams
Dates & Times of Performances
Tues 29 Mar, 7.15pm (Socially Distanced Performance)
Weds 30 Mar, 2.30pm
Weds 30 Mar, 7.15pm
Thurs 31 Mar, 7.15pm
Fri 1 Apr, 7.15pm
Sat 2 Apr, 7.15pm
Contains adult scenes that could upset or offend. There is a socially distanced performance available for this production.
This performance will take place observing Covid-19 guidelines for the safety of audiences, performers and crew. Please read our Keeping You Safe information ahead of your visit to RWCMD.