Sunday 28th January - 7.30pm
‘The play is set in his home in the scrapyard where he weaves his tales, transporting the audience out of the theatre to places in his mind by means of tales and song. The plot leads inexorably into the real and terrifying landscape of the First World War. The play was written by highly regarded Wednesbury-born playwright, poet and novelist David Calcutt. It is performed by Wolverhampton born actor and musician, Tony Barrett and is directed By Regional Voice Theatre Company’s artistic director, Glen Buglass.