Major Oscar Hadley is flown to the front line to probe allegations
of severe misconduct within a self-styled ‘Bully Boy’
unit of the British army. When young squaddie, Eddie Clark,
from Burnley is interrogated Oscar begins to discover that
‘truth’ in a modern insurgency can be a point
of view rather than a fact.
Sandi Toksvig tackles the challenging moral issues of contemporary
military occupation and its effect on the mental health
of serving soldiers. She asks the question, ‘What
makes a hero?’ In this ferociously gripping story,
Sandi Toksvig writes with startling insight and tenderness
about the minds of soldiers. .
Dates: 10 – 28 May 2011
Times: 7.30pm & 3pm Sat 28 May
Place: The Nuffield Theatre, Southampton