Written by Ken Reay and directed by Jamie Brown
British Theatre Guide "It's a well written piece, poetic in places, and the performances are excellent."
Ray Spencer "Terrific... Fantastic acting, wonderful directing and a brilliant script."
No Man’s Land – 1916: A heavily wounded officer stumbles upon two deserters – a shell shocked man-child and a crafty old soldier – plotting to flee south. Without their help, the officer will certainly lose leg or life, whilst helping could lead our deserters straight to the Courts-Martial.
Three unlikely companions, thrown together by circumstance and fate. All have already seen too much death and destruction: family, friends and comrades die.
Now, their own lives are at stake… and the battle lines are drawn.
You’ve seen the heroes – those born for war. Others, would simple do anything to survive…
"... wonderful story-telling... terrific cast... go see!"
"Absolutely terrific production... outstanding performances. See this!!!
"It's a cracking show!"
"riveting to watch..."