Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain

Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain

London
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SYNOPSIS: It’s 1942 and a horde of Yankee servicemen have just arrived in England – where the locals speak a strange dialect, boil all their food, and talk endlessly about the weather. The Americans see the Brits as a strange race. Get ready to judge for yourself in a night of joyous laughter and downright silliness as a crack team of experts attempt to explain the rules of British life.
Inspired by the 1942 pamphlet given to GIs on their way to Blighty, the show will take the audience back to the British home front, where two American officers have been charged with explaining British life to their recently arrived countrymen. The problem is, they’ve only just arrived themselves! Will the plucky team succeed in explaining the quirks and customs of everyday British life? Or will Hitler’s propaganda split the allies asunder? The future of the free world hangs in the balance.

Directed by John Walton

Set and Costume by Martin Thomas
Sound by Jon McLeod
Movement by Sam Fogell

Show Times: Monday - Saturday @7:30pm; Saturday matinees @3:30pm

Tickets from £22.00

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