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The 11th Hour play by Terry Deary - Bolton Central Library and Museum

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    The 11th Hour play by Terry Deary - Bolton Central Library and Museum

    World famous ‘Horrible Histories’ writer Terry Deary will be bringing his new play ‘The 11th Hour’ to Bolton Central Library and Museum next month. The 11th Hour is set in 1918 and tells the story of two soldiers, one German and one British, who meet and begin exchanging stories of their experiences during the war. There is just one hour left before the end of World War 1 and the two soldiers know they must kill each other. But before they do, amidst the chaos of war, their shared humanity becomes a revelation for them both. ‘The 11th Hour is about finding humanity across the divide. It’s about the power of dialogue in conflict resolution and the compromise and understanding that underpins any peace process.’ - Terry Deary. The performances will take place from Monday 19 November to Saturday 24 November. Tickets are £5 plus booking fee and are available from www.quaytickets.com or call 0843 2080500.

    Mon 19 November to Sat 24 November, See www.quaytickets.com for more details.

    Admission: Tickets are available £5 plus booking fee from www.quaytickets.com or call 0843 2080500.