Last performance – 15th November 2015

by admin on 6 November 2015

The Kilted Tommy will be appearing as part of

An Evening of Magic and Remembrance.

All Saints Centre, Lewes. BN7 2LE. Sunday 15th November 2015 at 7.45pm

Be taken back to the time of WW1 for an evening.

Enjoy the magic of Stuart Kelly, from Magic at Events, who will entertain you with some classic and some modern magic, finishing with a magical act of remembrance.

A brief interval with light refreshments available

Then, relax and meet

The Kilted Tommy

Harry Kay, was the grandfather of Simon. Find out what he did in the war, why he did it, what it meant to him and how it affected him.

Find out why thousands of Englishmen fought in kilts in the war, and what this somewhat unusual battledress (to Englishmen anyway!) meant to them.

With a little help from Shakespeare and Rupert Brooke the story is presented with humour and compassion.

Simon Waterfield of Historical Interpretation writes and performing monologues about historical events seen from the eyes of the ordinary person for two years.

They have been performed at events all over UK, including at the Brighton Fringe, and the Oxford Fringe.

Notes to editors

An Evening of Magic and Remembrance is appearing The All Saints Centre, Friars Walk, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2LE. On Sunday 15th November 2015 at 7.45pm

  • Tickets £8 & £6 available
    • on the door
    • and from Lewes Tourist Information Centre 187 High St, Lewes BN7 2DE;
    • and in advance from Eventbright

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