Telling the story of Rudyard Kipling sending his 17 year old son, Jack, to war in 1915, the drama covers three periods.
1913 : the conflict between 15yr old Jack - with defective vision but desperate to get away from home - and his father's determination to send him to war.
1915 : when Jack, despite his defective vision and aided by his father’s influence, does go to war.
1924 : Kipling and his wife interview soldiers from Jack's regiment in search of news.
This emotional and highly charged drama is the account of the anguish at the heart of a man whose storytelling continues to delight millions the world over.
Tickets: £12.50 | £11.50 Concession (Concession Weds & Thurs only)
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