Tues 11 - Sat 15 Dec, Stamford Theatre theatre
An amateur performance by our resident theatre company
Written by David Haig | Directed by Kay Roberts
A play to commemorate the end of World War One in November 1918. Rudyard Kipling’s determination to secure a commission for his short-sighted son to fight in the Great War triggers a bitter family conflict, leaving the world-famous author devastated. Kipling is torn apart by his love for his son, his family and his devotion to King and Country.