At Pomegranate Theatre
This is part of a series of events to commemorata 100 years since the end of WWI.
In the midst of the First World War, Edinburgh's Craiglockhart Hospital is crowded with traumatised soldiers scarred by the horrors of battle. Dr William Rivers (Jonathan Pryce), the hospital psychiatrist who hovers on the edge of a nervous breakdown as he attempts to cure the incurable, the eminent writer Siegfried Sassoon, a sane soldier sent to Craiglockhart following the publication of his anti-war poetry, Wilfred Owen (James Wilby), a writer whose craft is transformed by Sassoon’s support, and Billy Prior (Jonny Lee Miller), a mute officer involved in a tender love affair, bring the era to life in this compelling, “stirring and articulate exploration of warfare” (The New York Times). (114min)
£7.90, £5.90 concession, £5.60 child
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