When They Come Home...

Friday 9 November
6pm at The Hive, Sawmill Walk, The Butts, Worcester
WR1 3PD
Free

During World War One, the support of the soldiers for each other helped them to get through horrendous and unimaginable times.

This moving dance piece is performed by members of Dancefest’s Worcester Gifted and Talented group and Worcestershire Junior Youth Dance Company, who have worked with choreographer and teacher Clare Wood to creatively explore the impact of war on young soldiers.

The piece will be performed at The Hive at 6pm on Friday 9 November, as part of Worcestershire World War One 100 commemorations.

This performance is part of The piece will be performed as part of Remembrance at The Hive and World War One Worcestershire's commemorations.

Worcestershire World War 100

 


You may also like to see the final two perfomances of Quiet Revolution on Sunday 11 November outside the Guildhall and at Fort Royal Park, our stirring and poignant piece of dance theatre that highlights how the First World War fundamentally changed the roles of women.