Journey's End

R.C. Sheriff's multi-award winning masterpiece

Journey's End

24 October - 29 October 2011

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: £14 – £27.50 (Concessions: £9 – £25.50)

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David Grindley’s international multi-award winning production of R.C. Sheriff’s masterpiece Journey’s End is a must-see of British theatre.

Set in 1917, St Quentin, 18 year-old 2nd Lieutenant Raleigh is the new arrival in the company, commanded by his former schoolboy friend, Captain Stanhope. There’s only three years between them, but a lifetime of experience separates the pair as Raleigh discovers that the man in army greens is much changed from the boy he left behind in cricketing whites.

Based on the author’s own experience in the trenches, this gripping tale about ordinary men in extraordinary circumstances celebrates humour and courage, engaging audiences with a compelling insight of how the human spirit will always triumph in the face of adversity.

Post-Show Discussion: Thurs 27 Oct
Join us for a free post-show discussion with the cast.

Please note that there is cigarette and cigar smoking in this show.

Mon 24 Oct 7:45pm
Tue 25 Oct 7:45pm
Wed 26 Oct 2:30pm
Wed 26 Oct 7:45pm
Thu 27 Oct 7:45pm Post-Show Discussion
Fri 28 Oct 7:45pm Captioned Performance
Sat 29 Oct 2:30pm Audio Described
Sat 29 Oct 7:45pm

“Powerful, moving and emotionally devastating.” *****

The Telegraph – Read full review here

“Sublime.” *****

The Independent – Read full review here

“Profoundly Moving.” ****

The Guardian – Read full review here

“A brilliant, sobering, devastating experience.”

The Express – Read full review here

“Outstanding. An eloquent celebration of heroism.” *****

Mail on Sunday

“Utterly Absorbing.” *****

Sunday Express

“Unforgettable.” ****

The Times

The Loos Memorial

A trip to France's World War I memorials and trenches with Journey's End Director David Grindley

Posted by anon on 24th October 2011

We visited Lille, France with the director of World War I drama Journey's End, to learn about the background and inspiration of this award-winning play. Read more

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