In tribute to the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 we are presenting a production looking at how our part of Kent was affected by the conflict. A mixture of real events and dramatic observations centred around North West Kent. Concentrating on the home front with all the new demands placed on the population and the changes war brings about and also the correspondence that passed between those at home and those abroad. This war was the first to have aerial bombing and Kent received regular visits from the enemies Zeppelins and bombers and civilians suffered death and destruction when the war was brought to their front door.
But there is a lighter side too, and the compassion and memories of those who were involved in the conflict can be enlightening, even bizarre on occasions.
From Crayford to Gravesend to Chatham to the towns in between and many of the villages in the hinterland there are stories to be told, many unknown to present generations, and many forgotten by who once knew.
This production is not a history lesson, it is an entertainment full of real life and death.