Full price adult: £6.25
(Under 16, Senior Citizen, Job Seeker, Student, Veterans)
GROUPS: Parties of ten or more get 11th ticket free if booked together.
SCHOOL TICKET PRICE: £4.5 per child
OR groups of ten admits one teacher free + 11th ticket free.
Thursday 11th September 7.30pm
Friday 12th September 7.30pm
Saturday 13th September 2.00pm (with post-show talk, free to ticket-holders)
Saturday 13th September 7.30pm
Poetry writing workshops, FREE to theatre ticket holders and Veterans, as follows at the Unitarian Church - £3 to general public, family ticket £5 (up to 4 people). Booking fees apply:
Friday 12th at Hove Library, 11.00 - 13.00
Saturday 13th at the Unitarian Church, 10.30 - 12.00
During the First World War, two of England’s greatest twentieth century war poets met at Craiglockhart War Hospital. Siegfried Sassoon was a decorated war hero hospitalised after protesting against the continuing war.
Wilfred Owen was a victim of shell shock and accused of cowardice. Returning to the front, Sassoon was shot in the head but survived.
Owen went on to win the military cross, die in the trenches seven days before Armistice Day and receive posthumous fame as one of the greatest war poets.