Warrior Square - A Sheffield Theatres Production

by Nick Wood

Warrior Square Publicity Image

Director: Alexander Ferris

Designer: Kevin Jenkins

Composer: Andrew Dodge

The Vestry Hall, Burngreave Road

Following the great evenings we had at the Vestry Hall with the Crucible’s production of A Handful of Henna, we are really pleased to be able to welcome the Crucible back with their new production of Warrior Square.

Warrior Square is a powerful play that takes its audience on a physical and emotional journey with a family of refugees. Based on the experiences of people from Eastern Europe, but with universal application, the play provides a dynamic focus for exploring conflict, prejudice and identity.

Riva and Andrea’s story begins before morning break, in a different school and in a different country. Their lives are turned upside down by civil war and the two children are forced to flee their homeland with their mother to start a new life in England. Ending up in Warrior Square on the south coast, they must cope with their painful memories of home, learn to speak a new language, but hardest of all – deal with life in a new place.

Wednesday 4th June, 2008

  • 6.45pm – doors open – hot food served

  • 7.30pm – performance starts

This event is FREE and all are welcome but entry is by ticket only.

Please contact Tom Felicien to obtain tickets on 0114 2797160 or by email at: tomfelicien@bndfc.co.uk

Warrior Square - A Sheffield Theatres Production
6:45pm to 10:00pm Wednesday 4 June 2008
Warrior Square - Extra Performance
6:45pm to 10:00pm Thursday 19 June 2008

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