BULLY BEEF & WHIZZBANGS
by Chris Hawley
Hambledon Village Hall, Saturday 20th October 7:30pm
Following the success of Bouncers last year, Black Box Theatre Company are touring this autumn with a specially commissioned play to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War and will be returning to perform at Hambledon Village Hall on October 20th.
Set on the battlefields of France during 1916, the multi-award winning BULLY BEEF & WHIZZBANGS takes a wry and often humorous look at life in a front line trench through the eyes of its two reluctant heroes. Smudger, a new arrival at The Front, is keen to shoot his first Jerry whilst Harry is more interested in keeping his head down, thinking of home and enjoying a nice mug of tea. Stuck in a hole surrounded by mud and death, how will our boys cope with the ever-present danger of being shot or blown to smithereens?
Tickets are £12, £10 (concessions) and £35 (family). They are on sale at the Village Shop and are also available online at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whizzbangs and by telephone on 03333 666 3366
There will be a licensed bar and refreshments, proceeds of which will go to the Village Hall fund. Doors open 7pm.