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White Van Pacifist Man on the road again

Last week in Westminster a group of people were listening keenly to the words being spoken, giving their undivided attention to the drama unfolding before them, and when they got the chance, asking incisive, intelligent questions.

No, this wasn’t in the House of Commons (alas), but in the hall of Harris Westminster Sixth Form College – located in a former Ministry of Justice building a stone’s throw from Parliament – where the first performance in 2019 was taking place of This Evil Thing, my play about Britain’s WW1 conscientious objectors. Continue reading

  1. Conscientious objectors still in prison in 1919 Leave a reply
  2. 52 characters – all with a sore throat (highlights from my whirlwind tour of the UK – November 2018) Leave a reply
  3. An offering of ginger biscuits from a WW1 CO – ( well, his daughter-in-law to be precise) Leave a reply
  4. November 2018 Leave a reply
  5. From Washington to Wickenby Leave a reply
  6. August 6th Leave a reply
  7. To Walk or Not to Walk… Leave a reply
  8. Couch potatoes – and a glass of Guinness 3 Replies
  9. All shook up… 2 Replies