When Journey’s End was first staged in 1929 it was dubbed ‘the play that swept the world’ and did so like no other play of its time.
Stanhope, a young captain promoted beyond his years, prepares his men for a daring raid across No Man’s Land and an impending enemy attack.
Based on Sherrif’s experiences of the trenches, this outstanding play with its humour, courage and fear is as pertinent now as ever.
Following a hugely successful run in the West End, Journey’s End tours throughout the UK.
‘Outstanding, deeply moving, superbly acted’
‘A tremendous production of a tremendous play.’