The Cilgerran Players remember

Jo Rees. Reuben Wells, Gwyn Morris and Ann Watling.

Jo Rees. Reuben Wells, Gwyn Morris and Ann Watling.

First published in What's on

To mark the one-hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, the Cilgerran Players have chosen for their summer show the musical entertainment Oh What A Lovely War! Causing something of a stir when it was first staged in 1963 by Joan Littlewood and her Theatre Workshop company, it has become a theatrical classic enjoyed by a wide spectrum of audiences, containing as it does a powerful mix of satire, comedy and pathos accompanied by the intensely evocative songs of the Great War. This promises to be an entertaining and thought-provoking evening.

Performances Friday July 11 and Saturday July 12 at 7.30 pm at Cilgerran Hall. Tickets £6 from Pendre Garage, Old Posthouse Stores and Camrose Stores in Cilgerran and at Warp & Weft (fabric stall in lower market) in Cardigan. Also on the door. Enquiries/reservations 01239 615909.

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