The theatrical event fuses music, poetry and drama, and serves as an artists' response to the price of war both honors the fallen and counts the cost of their sacrifice. Proceeds will go to the Mark Wright Project, founded in memory of Cpl. Mark Wright GC, and which supports ex-servicemen, women, and bereaved families recovering from the invisible wounds of war.Tickets are £18, with £15 concessions, and war veterans getting in free. To purchase, call 0844 871 7623 or visit www.ambassadortickets.com.
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