Silent Night- Now being held in the unique setting of St Augustine’s Church

Posted on: 9th December 2014


The Playhouse would like to alert patrons that the forthcoming performance reading of Silent Night by Padraig Coyle, on Thursday 11 - Saturday 13th December at 8pm, will now take place in the very special setting of St Augustine's, the little Church on the Walls, and not The Playhouse as previously advertised. Tickets are £5.
It's December 1914. The first winter of the War to end all Wars. In the village of Le Bizet, the enemies are separated not by trenches and barbed wire but by a single brick wall. Belfast born Waldemar Heineger has been posted to Le Bizet to find out what he can about enemy plans, and learns more than he was expecting.
Incidents from the past resurface and against the backdrop of the major military campaign more personal issues have to be resolved. As the season of the nativity approaches, he has to decide between duty and loyalty. Which comes first- his country or his family? Silent Night is a special performance reading that shines a new light on the untold stories of WWI.

Get directions to St Augustine's Church HERE

Book your ticets HERE or contact our Box Office on (028)71268027.

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