Two men meet in no man's land in the middle of battle. They wear different uniforms... enemies. But they do not try to kill each other immediately. Slowly they begin to talk and an enemy turns into something different, something more human.
This play poses the question; when does an enemy become a person? What sort of individual can still pull the trigger when the uniform in front of them has a story, a face or a personality?
Engaging characters, timeless poetry and familiar songs pull the audience into the trenches where simple human conflict mirrors the terrible events unseen.
A poignant drama about a pointless method of warfare. Accessible, poignant and, at its core, engaging - go see it!
Steve Bamford, Assistant Head Teacher