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Bullets and Daffodils, New Wimbledon Studio Theatre

Bullets and Daffodils is the world’s first musical production to be based on war poetry of Wilfred Owen. The production includes some well-known collaborators. Associate director, the much loved actor Christopher Timothy (James Herriot, All Creatures Great And Small) also contributes narration, as does the wonderful voice of Mark Reed (son of the late great Oliver Reed).

The show recasts Wilfred Owen's poems as contemporary songs, and is billed as A Voice Reborn. The script contains contributions from Dr Who writer David Quantick and music from Pink Floyd's David Gilmour. The production is the work of songwriter and Owen expert Dean Johnson, and tells the story of the doomed poet’s life from his childhood in Birkenhead (where Dean has established the UK's only WO museum), to his death in the trenches just a week before the end of World War One.... Read more >>

Running time: 1h approx

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