Bravo 22 Company, a recovery through the arts programme by The Royal British Legion and The Drive Project, invites you to join the “Unspoken”

Production will be performed at Birmingham Hippodrome on the 8th and 9th October 2018.

The play, performed by ex-Service personnel, brings to light the lives interrupted and changed forever by war, in a heart-wrenching and hilarious story of love, loss, loneliness and hope. Alongside the performances, Bravo 22 Company is also running a theatre workshop on 9th October for up to 30 local participants from the wounded, injured and sick (WIS) and veteran communities, including family members.

The workshop provides an opportunity for participants to meet and talk with Unspoken cast members, chat with the Production Team about how using their own story can help benefit their recovery and wellbeing, watch some cast members perform short monologues from the play, and take part in some games and exercises straight from the professional rehearsal room, to help with confidence and to have a bit of fun.

They are now recruiting for the workshop, so if you are a wounded, injured or sick Service man or woman, a veteran or family member living in Birmingham or the West Midlands, and would like to get involved in the Birmingham Bravo 22 Company Theatre Project in 2019 – then come along to a FREE taster workshop and receive 1 free ticket to the Unspoken Performance at 7:45pm !

 

Tuesday 9th October 2018 @ 4pm Birmingham Hippodrome

To confirm your attendance email info@thedriveproject.co.uk