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We offer performances that are more relaxed for all those who benefit from a show where loud noises are reduced, elements of surprise are kept to a minimum and moving around the auditorium is not a problem.
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The Peaceful brothers, Tommo and Charlie, have a tough rural childhood where they must overcome the death of their father, financial hardship and a cruel landlord. Their fierce loyalty to each other pulls them through, until one day they both fall for the same girl. And then the Great War comes.
We join 18 year old Private “Tommo” Peaceful in the trenches as he tells us his remarkable story on what may be his last night on earth. A tale of courage, devotion and sibling rivalry.
This professional premiere of Simon Reade’s new version for an ensemble of actors brings to life the moving, vivid and relatable story of “Tommo”, a country lad fighting a war he doesn’t understand for people he cannot respect.
Acknowledged by multi-award winning author Michael Morpurgo as his favourite work, Private Peaceful has quickly become a classic story for children and young adults since publication in 2003.
Private Peaceful was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal, won the Red House Children’s Book Award, won the Blue Peter Book Award and was shortlisted for the Blue Peter Best Book of the Last 10 Years Award.
MEMBERS SAVE 15% – 25% ON THESE PERFORMANCES
Tickets are £12.50 for those requiring a relaxed performance, otherwise standard pricing applies.
£12.50 tickets are also available online: please email email@example.com for the promotion code. Place this in the promo code box in the top right hand corner of the screen when selecting your tickets.
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If you are a Charity, ask about us our Hothouse discounted ticket scheme.
An extra £1 charge will be added to your order if you would like your tickets posted to you.
Patrons who require an assisting companion for their visit will receive the second ticket for free. Please call our friendly Box Office team on 0115 941 9419 for more information.
There is level access to enter the theatre and a lift providing access to all levels of the theatre from the Box Office foyer. There is access to the auditorium from the lower foyer and via East Circus Street. We can accommodate wheelchair users on row M of the main auditorium.
There are 3 accessible toilets at the Playhouse, available on the ground floor, stalls and circle levels.
There are parking spaces available to Blue Badge Holders on North Circus Street/East Circus Street.
Dates & Times
|Private Peaceful - Relaxed performance - Wed 31 Mar 1:30pm Wed 31 Mar||Theatre||1:30pm||£12.50 for relaxed performance bookers||Book Now|
Cast and Crew
|Daniel Boyd||Charlie Peaceful|
|Matthew Flynn||Father/Colonel/Sgt Hanley|
|Vincent Lai||Big Joe/Pilot/Lt Buckland|
|Emma Manton||Mother/Grandma Wolf|
|Daniel Rainford||Thomas 'Tommo' Peaceful|
|Matt Haskins||Lighting Designer|
|Anthony Arblaster||Associate Lighting Designer|
|Dan Balfour||Sound Designer|
|Neil Bettles||Movement Director|
|Jonathan Holby||Fight Director|
|Marianne Samuels||Voice and Dialect Coach|
|Ginny Schiller CDG||Casting Director|