The Two Worlds of Charlie F will arrive in Bromley at The Churchill Theatre in April.
The show will be performed from Monday 21st to Saturday 26th April. Directed by Stephen Rayne, the production was the idea of Alice Driver who executive-produces the new tour.
Performed by medically discharged military personnel as well as professional actors, The Two Worlds of Charlie F will be supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Each performance will raise funds for The Royal British Legion.
The Two Worlds of Charlie F is a soldier’s view of service, injury and recovery. Moving from the war in Afghanistan, through the dream world of morphine-induced hallucinations to the physio rooms of Headley Court, the play explores the consequences of injury, both physical and psychological, and its effects on others as the soldiers fight to win the new battle for survival at home. The play is a very personal and very moving look at the effects of war on individual combatants, but it also has a huge amount of humour and humanity.
The show is written by Owen Sheers with music by Jason Carr, design by Anthony Lamble, lighting and projection design by Will Reynolds, sound by Colin Pink and choreography by Lilly Phillips.
For tickets and more information head over to www.atgtickets.com/bromley