Category: Theater

Oh, “Our Boys” The Pure Essence of Wartime Consequences


Our Boys, set in 1984, concerns five young soldiers, where veterans of the troubles are among them in Northern Ireland and the Hyde Park bombing. The piece is set in 1984 in Queen Elizabeth Military Hospital’s quiet ward where the five soldiers are recovering from injuries which range from Northern Ireland bullet in the head […]

How Often People Visit the Theatre in the UK?


According to new research published by VisitBritain, almost twice as many people in the UK visit the theatre every year in London who watch Premier League football. Theatre attendances in London are higher as compared to those of the whole of the Premier League put together, with teenagers stating that they are more likely to […]

A Rising in the Sun – Lorraine Hansberry


In the past at around the 1950s, racism between the white Americans and African-American was the norm in United States of America. The segregation that was enforced by some individuals in the authority was legal during the pro, and it spread in almost all the states from the northern to southern parts. Chicago being the […]

The Political Background of the Play “Our Boys”


Based on Jonathan’s own army experience, Our Boys is both explosively funny and honest. The play takes place in a four beds bay in the Queen Elizabeth Military Hospital in Woolwich. It is the spring of 1984; this is almost 2 years following the start of the Falklands war, a time when the British troops […]