Wandsworth Arts Fringe Festival

Traitors, Cads and Cowards

Green Curtain theatre are delighted to be taking part in the Wandsworth Fringe Festival  and to be performing on the site where the prisoners from the 1916 Easter rising were held prior to taking part in the Sankey enquiry in London.

We currently have two performances  planned one for the prisoners and staff and one for the public.

Monday 14th May 2018- Wandsworth Prison 2.30 pm is open to the public. Tickets for this performance must be purchased in advance from Wandsworth Arts Fringe.

Please note you must purchase tickets in advance and through the Wandsworth Fringe website. There will be no tickets available on the day of the performance. All ticket holders will be contacted by email before the performance with details of where they have to gather to be escorted into prison chapel. Ticket holders must bring photo ID and may be subject to bag search. Please note you must purchase tickets in advance and through the Wandsworth Fringe website. There will be no tickets available on the day of the performance.

London late June 1916: three men, two wars, one prison cell.
The Easter Rising in Dublin has been crushed, its leaders executed. The Somme Offensive, where a million men will die or be wounded, is about to begin.  In the military wing of Wandsworth Prison, Alfred a young British army deserter and veteran of the trenches on Verdun is bunked in with Liam, an Irish Volunteer from the Rising, and Henry, a conscientious objector. Can these three men with their very different views on war find any common cause with each other?

Cast for upcoming performance in May
Liam McEnroe– Aonghus Weber
Alfred Wood– Aidan Casey
Henry  Boyes –Benedict Waring

This play was performed at the Bread & Roses theatre Clapham in July 2016
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What people thought about the play.

Traitors, Cads & Cowards
“A stark, powerful performance that will linger with you long after you leave the theatre” ★★★★ carnstheatrepassion
“A moving exploration of the effects of war and oppression” ★★★★ pubtheatres1

Just a note to say that the performance last evening was just brilliant.  We enjoyed it immensely and look forward to the other 4 plays in due course. Thank you for letting me know about Traitors, Cowards and Cads and please let me know future events.
Well done and thanks again.
Margaret  H