Traitors, Cads & Cowards

The Bread & Roses Theatre

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19:30 - 20:30
£10 - £13

Summer 1916. The Easter Rising in Dublin has been quashed. The Great War rages on. A new front is opening up near the River Somme in France and in a Wandsworth prison cell, three ‘traitors to the King’ contemplate their fate. Liam, an Irish Volunteer from the Dublin rising, Alfred, a deserter from the British Army, and Henry, a conscientious objector. What, if anything can they learn from each other?

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The Bread & Roses Theatre
68 Clapham Manor Street, London, SW4 6DZ

Nearest station:
Clapham North (Tube)


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The Bread & Roses Theatre

An innovative and award-winning fringe pub theatre in Clapham.

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Impressive text and delivery; congratulations to author, director and actors, and especilly to director and the three performers on the skillled use of small stage space. A moving and humane theme. Sean visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 10 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 by

I enjoyed the play. Very poignant, realistic and thought provoking, depicting the interplay between the three characters and bringing out their own individual, often surprising, stories. Made me want to explore the history of that period further. Highly recommended. Brian visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 11 Jul 2016
14 Jul 2016 by

A Really great play,very poignant. There's a lesson there for all of us. If we are prepared to listen to reason. Great story. Superbly acted with great feeling. Well done boys. Kay visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 11 Jul 2016
14 Jul 2016 by

I found it thought provoking. The humour was gallows humour and it was disturbing to learn information that has only been released recently, 100 years later! Hope to catch the rest of the festival. Astrid visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 10 Jul 2016
13 Jul 2016 by

Traitors, Cads and Cowards deserves to transfer to a larger West End theatre. The play weaves political ideas into the lives of the characters in a skilful and un-forced way. The performances were strong, and this was an engaging and memorable theatrical event. chris visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 10 Jul 2016
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