The Two Worlds of Charlie F.
A soldier’s view of service, injury and recovery. From the war in Afghanistan, through the dream world of morphine induced hallucinations to the physiotherapy rooms of Headley Court, it explores the real consequences of injury, both physical and psychological, and its effects on others as the soldiers fight the new battle for survival at home.
The play is a darkly comic, authentic and uplifting tale of survival.
Directed by Stephen Rayne (over 65 productions worldwide including Royal Shakespeare co and Royal National theatre. Most recently Our Town Ford’s Theatre The Merry Wives of Windsor Shakespeare Theatre DC, Chantecler Tango Buenos Aires), written by Owen Sheers (Resistance, The Passion, The Gospel of Us, White Ravens, The Dust Diaries, Calon) and composed by Jason Carr (Born Again, The Water Babies, Six Pictures of Lee Miller, the Menier Chocolate Factory’s Sunday in the Park with George, La Cage aux Folles and A Little Night Music.)
For more information visit www.charlie-f.com
For tickets: www.Mirvish.com
Venue: Princess of Wales Theatre — 300 King Street West