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I want to return to my home. I want a hero's welcome: fanfares and brass bands and sausage rolls and jägerbombs. I want to lie under the skylight on my mum's bed and watch clouds. I want to go out in my hometown, drink and dance and shout for no reason! I want to sing in the streets and puke in the gutter and they will never know. None of them will ever know what I...
A British northern coastal town. Three young men are coming home from war. Their stories, set at different times over the last 100 years, are beautifully interwoven in this compelling new play by Anna Jordan (Yen, Royal Court Theatre, Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting 2013).
Directed by Neil Bettles (Associate Director of Frantic Assembly) and featuring Frantic's celebrated physicality, The Unreturning explores the profound effect that war has on young lives, and asks - what does coming home really mean? What is home? And when experience has shattered you into a million pieces, will home help to put you together again, or treat you as an ugly truth it does not want to confront?
Contains very strong language.
Prologue tickets available now