Bang Theatre Company

To mark the centenary of WW1 Bang Theatre present Killed:July 17th 1916 at The Jack Studio. 5 - 9 August. Kitchener called. Brave working men, often from the same town and factories answered in their thousands. They became known as the Pals Battalions. During WW1 over three million men were slaughtered in the fields of France. 306 of those men did not die for King and Country. No trial. No hope. No pardon. They were executed by firing squad for desertion in the face of the enemy. This is their story. Lest we should forget. Inspired by an eye witness account of Private P.J.Kennedy 18th Manchester Regiment, of the execution of by firing squad of a fellow soldier for desertion in the face of the enemy was originally created by the Theatre in Education at the Belgrade Theatre Company.

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Bang Theatre Company
36 Marylebone High Street
Greater London




0795 7436030

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