Musicals and Opera (poetry)

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Old secrets and new challenges confront Joy and her elderly mother. Can FW Harvey's evocative war poetry help and reconcile the two ladies? To find out, don't miss Anne Graydon in this theatrical gem by Clare Graydon-James. Two multi-talented sisters formed this inclusive company seven years ago. Since then, it has staged acclaimed productions for audiences of all ages. Ducks was written to commemorate the centenary of the Great War and, after its premiere in Harvey's native Gloucestershire, members of the FW Harvey society described the show as: 'poignantly presented', 'rare entertainment' and 'amazing!'.

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