Arcadia, Armageddon, Aftermath

The First World War in Poetry

Siegfried Sassoon, played by the actor Michael Pennington, will guide the audience through the British responses to the war from combatants and civilians perspectives. He and members of the Sassoon Fellowship will recite well known and less familiar poems. Tickets are free but must be pre-booked as numbers are limited.

Date: Saturday August 2nd

Times: 4pm to 6pm

Venue: Heytesbury Church

Tickets: send a Self Addressed Envelope along with the number of tickets that you require to Anthony Wilson, Bunters, Heytesbury, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 0HL.

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2 Responses to Arcadia, Armageddon, Aftermath

  1. Pingback: British anti-World War I Sassoon poem was censored | Dear Kitty. Some blog

  2. petertyas says:

    I have just approved this link to an unpublished Sassoon poem – which is powerful stuff and so I want to warn anyone who follows the link, be prepared for a dark glimpse into Sassoon’s anger and pain. Judge for yourself if it should have been published at the time.

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