Extraordinary arts experiences connecting people with the First World War. Learn More
Image credit: Poppies: Wave at Barge Pier, Shoeburyness, Southend-on- Sea. Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images
An extraordinary large-scale public artwork, using audio technology devised for wartime to create a soundscape of immense scale.
Premiered in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, this ambitious installation and performance piece tells the story of the African porters and carriers who served during the conflict.
A powerful new dance work inspired by the rapid spread of the deadly Spanish flu pandemic, which killed millions when it emerged in 1918.
Akram Khan, the revered British dancer-choreographer, tells a moving tale of an Indian colonial soldier at war in his last ever solo performances.
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