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The Great War was an extraordinary mobilisation of men, women, animals and machines. Over 1500 B-Type buses – open-topped, steel-wheeled, solid & dependable – were despatched to serve in Belgium and France. The London bus drivers went too and their vehicles became troop transports, mobile hospitals, pigeon lofts – they were put to any and every perilous use on the rough roads and tracks.
Number 60 to the Somme is the story of one such bus and one such driver, Jim Swift, together with his family and friends on the home front and his comrades & enemies in the front line. It illustrates the comedy, tragedy and astonishing fortitude of this terrible conflict and while entertaining us, serves to honour all those who suffered or gave their lives for peace and freedom – whether at home or at war.
Audition will be on 21st June at 7.30pm at the Performing Arts Centre, Ballard School,Fernhill Lane
New Milton,Hampshire,BH25 5SU. Please contact the Director, Clive Rigden, for further details via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01425 611613
21/6/2018 @ 7.30pm