Your Country or Your Conscience?
By Sara Clifford
1916 - At a time of war and political uncertainty, Conscientious Objectors were alternately praised and vilified. When Catherine Marshall goes to visit her fellow activist – and lover – Clifford Allen at Newhaven Fort, he is insisting on refusing to fight, which could send him back to gaol and to an early grave. Can she save him while still holding on to their ideals?
In a play full of modern resonances, the story asks what is worth fighting to the death?
Co -production by Zap Art & InSite (Veronica Stephens & Sara Clifford), directed by Nicola Blackwell.
To book tickets for our other shows follow these links:
Tuesday 11th October – The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton
FREE show 8pm-9pm
The show will be preceeded by a FREE Gateway’s Seminar on Conscientious Objection in WW1 from 6pm-7.30pm
Book seminar tickets separately here:
Saturday 15th October 4pm – Charleston, Firle
Ticketed show - £10 / Concessions £8
To book a tour of Charleston House before the show visit: www.charleston.org.uk
Sunday 16th October - Newhaven Fort 3pm
FREE talk about WW1 Conscientious Objection in Seaford and Newhaven by Jenny Flood, followed by show.Visiting the Fort before the show? Information on entry prices: www.newhavenfort.org.uk
Our funders :
Arts Council England, East Sussex Arts Partnership, Newhaven and Seaford Town Council
Gateways to the First World War, Charleston Trust, Newhaven Fort, The Marlborough Theatre
Blind Veterans UK, East Sussex County Council, Seaford Library, Newhaven Salvation Army Hostel Association, IWM Centenary Partnership Project.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Suitable for aged 14 years +
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or with any special access requirements