@ Arts Centre WashingtonBook Now
07 July 2016
6pm - 8pm
Part of the City wide Asunder commemoration.
A new play inspired by the letters and illustrations of one of Washington’s most colourful characters s the Rev. Canon Cyril Lomax, Rector of Holy Trinity Church Washington 1899-1946
Written by award winning writer Neil Armstrong, Cyril’s War is a gentle tale of love remembered and features video images and original artwork supplied by The Imperial War Museum, the play is performed by Arts Centre Washington’s new senior Youth Theatre for children aged 12 – 19.
The story begins however in 1945 at the end of the Second World War. A young girl named Phoebe arrives into Cyril’s world. She has with her a box which contains a secret. A secret she is desperate to uncover.
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