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By Barney Norris A Salisbury Playhouse World Premiere Production
29 March - 15 April 2017 Salisbury Playhouse Main House
Wednesday 29 March – Saturday 15 April
Please note that there is no performance on Good Friday
"Has an emotional pull that confirms Norris as a writer to watch" - ★★★★ The Guardian
"Beautifully observed and performed" - The FTR
"Gorgeous. Compellingly articulate" - ★★★★ The Stage
"Beautiful, deeply moving" - Valley News
"Will lodge in the memory when flashier plays have faded into oblivion" - The Guardian
Poignant, dramatic and beautifully designed, this is a story that will stay with you forever.
Wiltshire. 1915. As the shadow of war falls over the Wiltshire landscape, a young couple finds itself caught up in the turmoil of troubled times.
For generations, John and Anna’s families have made a living by working the land. Growing up in back-to-back cottages, everyone expects them to marry. Now, however, with nearly half a million young soldiers pouring into the county, the world seems so much bigger than they had ever imagined and the future feels far from certain.
Set in a village on the edge of Salisbury Plain, Echo’s End is a story about two Wiltshire families and the seismic changes which altered their lives and the identity of their county forever.
Award-winning playwright and novelist Barney Norris has been heralded as ‘one of our most exciting young writers’ (The Times). His debut novel Five Rivers Met on a Wooded Plain became a Times bestseller. Don't miss this opportunity to see his brand new play on the Main Stage at Salisbury Playhouse.
This production is supported by Frank and Elizabeth Brenan
Mon – Sat evenings at 7.30pm
Thu & Sat matinees at 2.15pm (from 6 April)
No performances on Good Friday (14 April)
Post Show Talk Tuesday 11 April
Running time: 2 hours and 5 minutes including one interval
Tickets: £25.00 - £9.50
BSL Signed Performance Tuesday 11 April at 7.30pm
Captioned Performance Wednesday 12 April at 7.30pm
Audio Description and Touch Tour Thursday 13 April at 2.15pm & 7.30pm Touch Tours are free and take place 90 minutes before the performance starts, to book your place on a touch tour call the ticket office on 01722 320 333.
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