Tuesday, 13 October 2015

The Priory Players present "Forgotten Voices"

PRESS RELEASE no: 2015/12    
13th October 2015

present a rehearsed reading of
Forgotten Voices

Friday 6th November 2015
Progress Hall, Admiral Seymour Road, Eltham SE9 1SL

Playwright Malcolm McKay’s adaptation of Max Arthur’s book Forgotten Voices of the Great War is based on oral testimonies of First World War veterans collected by the Sound Archive of the Imperial War Museum.

Forgotten Voices is a vivid and moving first-hand account of the Great War as told by the stories of five survivors – four men and one woman. 

Part of the Progress Estate’s centenary celebrations.

Tickets £7 (£6 concessions).

To book, call 07502 450983 or email tickets@theprioryplayers.com 

Curtains-up at 7:45 p.m. (doors open 7:00 p.m.)

Note for Editors:

Originally named the Well Hall Estate, The Progress Estate was built in 1915 to provide housing for the many additional workers the Woolwich Arsenal needed to manufacture the armaments required by the services during the First World War.   Conservation Area status was granted in 1975, in recognition of its unique architectural character.

For additional information, please contact:
Keith Billinghurst

Progress Residents Association committee member

56 Arsenal Road


London  SE9 1JY

tel: 020 8856 5593 or 07962 877389

email:               TheProgressEstate@Gmail.com

Twitter:             @ProgressEstate

Website:           www.progressestate.co.uk

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