This authoritative piece gives a dignified airing to the voices of the Great War
Opened 30 Jul 2014
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Taken from the Imperial War Museum's oral testimonies of the veterans of World War One, Forgotten Voices is a series of vivid and deeply moving accounts of battle and its terrible aftermath. 'Images you couldn't invent...' (Sunday Times). These accounts are recited by actors, making a poignant tribute for the centenary commemoration of WWI, based on the best-selling book Forgotten Voices of the Great War by Max Arthur. There will be a commemorative performance ending at midnight on the 4th August to mark the outbreak of WWI.
Running time: 1hr 30mins
Fringe Festival. Pleasance Courtyard