Do We Do The Right Thing? remembers those lost in conflict

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Do We Do The Right Thing? remembers those lost in conflict
31st October 2014

With British troops saying goodbye to Afghanistan after thirteen years and Remembrance Day fast approaching, a new play hopes to explore how and why we remember those lost in armed conflict.

Do We Do The Right Thing? by the BeFrank Theatre Company runs from next week and is inspired by the town of Royal Wootton Bassett.

Tommy Lexen from the Be Frank Theatre Company and playwright and actor Neil Walker discuss the true events which inspired the play. 

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