"All about the Boys" is a dramatisation of Wilfred Owen's last battle and his death, written by Bob Fanshawe. It will be staged by Global Fusion Music and Arts at Charlton House, Greenwich, London on Friday 14 November. Doors open at 1900. The programme will finish at around 2200.
There is also a free photographic exhibition, showing photos of Ors, the cemetery where Wilfred Owen is buried and memorials, running at Charlton House throughout November, open during working hours daily.
Ticket enquiries for the play should be made on line to Global Fusion Music and Arts or direct to Louisa la Marchand on 0208 8589497.
The play is set in Shrewsbury at the Owen family home as well as Northern France as Lieutenant Owen's platoon attempt the crossing of the Sambre-Oise canal. During the preparations for battle, some of Wilfred's poetry is revealed to soldiers of his platoon testing its effect on the classic dry humour of the British Tommy and ultimately their emotions at the height of the battle, as its tragic course unfolds.
For tickets click http://www.wegottickets.com/searchresults and search "All About The Boys".