The Two Worlds of Charlie F
January 15, 2014 A 'heads-up'
We’ve been asked to give this a plug – it comes highly recommended, as you can see!
“I am Lance Corporal Charlie Fowler. I lost a limb serving my country in Afghanistan. You may have seen our story on the BBC 1 Documentary Theatre of War. We used theatre as part of our recovery process which resulted in the creation of this award-winning play. Having sold out in London – playing to critical and celebrity acclaim – due to popular demand, we are now taking our play on a major UK and International Tour. We are the ‘Regiment of the Wounded’.”
Winner of the 2012 Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award, ‘The Two Worlds of Charlie F’ is performed by serving and veteran soldiers, and explores the effects of injury and its impact on others, before, during and after.
A darkly comic, authentic and uplifting tale of survival.
“Very, very funny, very, very touching. I think everyone should see it” — Joanna Lumley
“The most moving show I’ve seen for a long long time” — Ray Winston
“Theatre at it’s most direct, vital and moving. Inspirational stuff” — Michael Sheen
***** The Daily Telegraph “Powerfully Affecting”
**** The Independent “An Evening of rare, raw power”
**** The Times “Affecting, Illuminating and amusing”
A £10 ticket is available to all military and ex-military personnel and their families. Just ring the venue box office and say you are military or ex–military.
Have you seen this play in London? Let us know what you thought of it.