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Coming soon to the Britannia Panopticon
21st November 6pm
Most soldiers in the trenches in the First World War wrote letters home. But to whom do you write if you have no family?
More than 200 "Old Boys" from Aberlour Orphanage joined the war and more than 60 of them were killed.
"Letters to Aberlour" is a new production which draws extesively on the letters these soldiers wrote back to the Orphanage which for many was the only family they had ever known.
These forgotten voices deserve to be heard.
For more information or to book "Letters for Aberlour" for you school, college or theatre please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Judith Bowers is on sale now
The original stage is in serious danger and we need at least £10,000 to help save it from further damage. Stan Laurel made his debut on the stage in 1906, Cary Grant danced on in it, Harry Lauder sang on it and many many more.
Help us rescue the stage so it's history can continue and we can do bigger and better shows.
Britannia Panopticon Music Hall
Tel: +44 141 553 0840
Magda Shukis & Alex Brash
Panopticon Curiosity Shop
49 High Street
Tel: +44 141 552 4467
E-mail : email@example.com