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Armstrong's War is the tale of a twenty one year-old Canadian soldier who has been wounded in Afghanistan. As the young soldier recovers in hospital, feisty Halley Armstrong - a twelve year-old girl guide eager to earn every possible badge - announces that she has volunteered to read for him. Despite initial misgivings, a relationship develops between this most unlikely of couples who find that they have something in common beyond storytelling...

A fully staged workshop production (prior to its official World Premiere in October 2013 at the renowned Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, B.C., Canada)

Show Details

  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:Finborough, Off-West End


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