'They said I'd be good at it.'
is the story of a young woman soldier’s journey through post-traumatic stress.
Told through the lives of three woman; Joanna, the young soldier, her mother and an older soldier who represents the many voices of the military. Following training, Joanna is deployed to Afghanistan and believes she is prepared for what lies ahead. What she is not prepared for is a visit from her past. As the realities of war close in around her, Joanna struggles to make sense of the voices, memories and flashbacks that wage war inside her head.
Originally developed with support from Playwrights' Studio Scotland, Tron Theatre Creative and the British Army. Fringe sell-out show 2017.
£12; concessions £11 (inc £1.50 booking fee per ticket) students/under 26s £7.50
Part of The Studio Season
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