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Armistice Day


  • Old Mill Theatre Mends St South Perth, WA, 6151 Australia (map)
Three returned soldiers, played by Phil Barnett, left, Travis McCurry and David Partridge, find the horrors of World War I still haunt them a year after peace is declared in Armistice Day.

Three returned soldiers, played by Phil Barnett, left, Travis McCurry and David Partridge, find the horrors of World War I still haunt them a year after peace is declared in Armistice Day.

A world premiere at the OId Mill Theatre this September explores what happens when three soldiers meet a year after World War I ends.

Written by Noel O’Neill and directed by Valerie Dragojevic, Armistice Day sees the ex-soldiers coming together on November 11, 1919 – only to discover the price of peace is far too high.

Joining Armistice Day for the Old Mill Theatre’s season of short plays is Dolls From The Sky by Yvette Wall.

The short play season is the fifth in a year of all-Australian plays at the Old Mill Theatre to commemorate the centenary of the Gallipoli landing in 2015.

The Old Mill Theatre is on the corner of Mends Street and Mill Point Road, South Perth (opposite the Windsor Hotel and Australia Post).

 

THE DETAILS

Armistice Day and Dolls From The Sky play at 8pm September 2, 3, 4 and 5 under the collective title “An Anzac Duo”. All tickets are $20 – book online here or call 08 9367 8719.

 

FURTHER INFORMATION

For more information you can visit the Facebook event page or the Old Mill Theatre website.

Earlier Event: August 30
Freycinet Suite Recital
Later Event: September 4
Love, Loss and What I Wore