Pink Mist

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Pink Mist tells the story of three young men deployed to Afghanistan. As the physical and psychological aftershocks of war take their toll on the loved ones they left behind, Arthur, Hads and Taff find their journey home is their greatest battle.

Written by award-winning writer and poet Owen Sheers, Pink Mist was inspired by 30 interviews with returned servicemen and first staged at Bristol Old Vic in 2015 to huge critical acclaim. “Eye-opening and brilliantly vivid” (**** Times), this “beautifully performed” (**** Guardian) production matches haunting verse with dynamic movement.

Duration: 2 hours 7mins with interval

Nick Williams presents the Bristol Old Vic production

By Owen Sheers

Directed by John Retallack and George Mann

Powerful, tender and incredibly moving, Pink Mist received its first ever reading right here in the Top Room at the Playhouse. Directed by Oxford’s John Retallack, this is essential viewing.
Louise Chantal
Chief Executive

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Age guideline: 12+

Captioned performance: Wed

Post show talk: Wed

Running Time: Approximately 2 hours including an interval. 

  • Sends you reeling, misty-eyed, into the night.
       
    Daily Telegraph
  • Not to be missed
       
    Independent
  • Heartbreaking
       
    Guardian

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