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Oh What A Lovely War

@ Theatre Royal Stratford East, London

Featuring: Caroline Quentin

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Oh What A Lovely War: Caroline Quentin

Joan Littlewood’s satirical musical about World War I will be revived in 2014, 100 years after the start of World War I, in the 50th anniversary year of the original production at Theatre Royal Stratford East.

This reimagined production of the musical about World War I is packed full of familiar songs from the World War I era, juxtaposing with shocking statistics from conflict and the harsh realities of war. Oh What A Lovely War is a powerful comment against war in general and its message remains relevant to modern audiences.

Directed by Terry Johnson and designed by Lez Brotherston, the ensemble cast will also include Alice Bailey-Johnson, Ian Bartholomew, Oliver J. Hembrough, Rebecca Howell, Tom Lorcan, Shaun Prendergast, Zoe Rainey, Kyle Redmond-Jones and Michael Simkins.

Image © Theatre Royal Stratford East