Peace Co-Op Theatre Company.
Inspired by the true story of kiwi hero and conscientious objector Archibald Baxter (father of poet James K. Baxter) during WWI, this theatrical debate discusses war, its winners and losers. Mixing music with masks, while weaving song and satire, the painful stories of a century ago still echo into our present day. Starring Archibald Baxter, General Smedley Butler, as well as a king, a kaiser and a tzar. LEST WE FORGET, LEST WE REMEMBER. ARTS FOR PEACE. All the profit from this performance will go to humanitarian organisations in Ukraine, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Restrictions/Warnings: R16. Discussion of the reality of war (and its implications)