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087: December 2009/January 2010

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'Journey's End' - 'This Production is Worth a Trip to Belgium' The Daily Telegraph

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With the Journey's End film released this year, there now comes a rare chance to see it LIVE in the very landscape which inspired it a century ago. MESH Theatre’s 5 Star production opened at Ypres’ Gunpowder Store (Het Kruitmagazijn) in Belgium last Autumn to universal acclaim and returns to Ypres to bring Armistice events to a close, 10 October…


115: May 2019

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2 - 11 November : 'Journey's End' returns to Belgium

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The quite brilliant, and rapidly sold out 'Journey's End' by R C Sherriff put on by Mesh Theatre is back in Belgium, this time in Poperinge up the road from Ypres. 

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Following in R C Sherriff’s footsteps – the path to his own ‘Journey’s End’ in the Great War

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  Crescent Trench - British front line, 31 July 1917 8th Battalion Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, 72 Brigade, 24th Division had attacked from this trench, left to right, on 31 July 1917 – the first day of the Third Battle of Ypres. They managed to advance about 1000 yards then were forced to fall back to Jordan Trench (see later photogra…