The Road to Glory by Neil Duffield
  

Synopsis

The Road to Glory by Neil Duffield

A group of young villagers enlist in King Henry s army and set sail to claim the throne of France for England. Each has a different reason for going, but none has any experience fighting in a war. Combining fact and fantasy, the play takes us on a journey from rural England to the bloody battlefields of Agincourt in France.

About the Author

Neil has written more than 50 plays which have been produced extensively throughout Britain and abroad. His play The Lost Warrior, commissioned by the Dukes Lancaster, won the 2006 Arts Council of England Award for work which displays excellence, inspiration and innovation in children s theatre. Other recent productions include: The Ugly Duckling (Sheffield Crucible and Nottingham Playhouse 2007), Leopard (Sheffield Crucible 2007), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Dukes Theatre, Lancaster 2006). The Snow Queen (Watermill Theatre, Newbury 2006), The Firebird (Northumberland Theatre Company 2006), The Secret Garden (Helix Theatre Dublin 2005) and The Emperor s New Clothes (Midlands Arts Centre, 2005).Neil is married to freelance theatre director Eileen Murphy and lives in Bolton.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Neil Duffield
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Publisher


www.aurorametro.com

Publication date

3rd November 2015

ISBN

9781906582807


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