Extraordinary arts experiences connecting people with the First World War. Learn More
Image credit: War c/w I Murder Hate, Graham Fagen, 2014
More than 600 South African volunteers drowned when the boat carrying them to war sank in 1917 –but this new play relays the tale of one man who survived.
New poetic perspectives on the Caribbean experience during the war, exploring the impact on both the men who served and the families they left behind.
One of the country’s most celebrated filmmakers remembers the millions of Africans who fought as soldiers or served as porters during the war.
A feature-length film inspired by suffragette protest, premiering in cinemas and on BBC TV exactly 100 years since the first UK women won the right to vote.
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