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The Birmingham School of Acting presents

Stovepipe By Adam Brace

Directed by Samuel Miller

Wednesday 8 - Friday 10 February 7.45pm, Saturday 11th February at 5.30pm
Matinee: Thursday 9th February at 2.45pm

Please Note: This production contains Smoking, Gunshots & Scenes of a Violent nature and may not be suitable for under 14s. 

I went cos it's better goin' for money than for a bunch of ungrateful swine who think, once you're in a body bag, you asked for it by joining up.'

Whether a soldier's fighting for a country or a corporation, he's really just fighting to stay alive. When his only surviving comrade goes missing en-route to post-war Iraq, a mercenary finds a new reason to fight - salvation for his friend, and maybe for himself. 

Adam Brace's Stovepipe premiered at the second HighTide Festival in 2008, and was revived in a HighTide production in collaboration with the National Theatre and the Bush Theatre in 2009. 

Presented by Birmingham School of Acting in association with United Agents Ltd

Tickets: £7 (£5 Concessions & £2.50 Students -Students must present a valid Student Card)


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