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More than 600 South African volunteers drowned when the boat carrying them to war sank in 1917 –but this new play relaid the tale of one man who survived.
The UK’s leading landscape theatre company explores the aftermath of war in this moving piece, staged in Cornwall’s magical Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Developed with non-voters, this provocative new work imagines what the UK would look like with representatives selected not by election but by lottery.
Filmmaker Danny Boyle invited communities in the UK & Ireland to join him in marking 100 years since Armistice and the end of the First World War.
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