Play about the Great War returns to commemorate the centenary of the war's end

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Play about the Great War returns to commemorate the centenary of the war's end

In 2014, to mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War, the play 'The Muddy Choir' was put on to rave reviews and award nominations.

Four years later, Theatre Centre will tour the show again to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice.

The play follows three soliders and childhood friends serving in the war and includes traditional wartime songs.

Two of the cast members Freddie Cambanakis and Ben Welford joined us on the sofa.

The Muddy Choir is at the National Army Museum 8th & 10th November.

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