R.C. Sherriff’s dramatic and moving play has become a classic illustration of life in the front line in the First World War. STAG was proud to present it during the four-year commemoration of the conflict which changed lives and attitudes for ever.
An extremely strong cast recreated the style and standards of the period with the tension, tears and humour of a group of men living on the edge of mortal danger.
Highly appreciative audiences were drawn in to share the intimate relationships and friendships of the group with all their strengths and weaknesses.
STAG's recent production has been highly acclaimed by both audiences and reviewers alike.
"A Journey well worth making"
"Top Class Drama at Shute"
Cast and crew after show (above)
Some of the cast (more soon)
Read reviews here:
"Stunning performance. Excellent characterisation and very poignant. Congratulations to all involved."
AN AMAZING DISCOVERY!
A relative of Ray Seaward (Private Mason in STAG's production) has discovered that a relative, Sidney Seaward (with helmet) played Company Sgt Major in the 1929 Broadway production of Journey's End in New York City.
Ray will tell you all about it as information filters through from the USA.