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An email from Amy…

Amy Powell Yeates (class of 2010) got in touch recently to tell us about a new production she’s working on with Grace Staniland called The Two Worlds of Charlie F.

The play is based on the experiences of a company of wounded, injured and sick military servicemen and women. The award-winning writer Owen Sheers has written the play after spending a month-long R&D period with the company just before xmas. Owen wrote the widely praised Port Talbot community project directed by Michael Sheen – The Passion. The company of soldiers and marines will perform the play at the Theatre Royal Haymarket on 22 January (matinee and evening).

Amy said ‘it’s a really exciting project – the first time the Army Recovery Capability have worked in theatre as part of their recovery programme. I would be hugely grateful if you would circulate this info around the Workshop Theatre/School of English and your contacts who might be interested.’

Consider it done!

The Two Worlds of Charlie F

Masterclass and The Royal British Legion present

The world premiere of a new play created and performed by wounded, injured and sick military Service personnel

Written by Owen Sheers (The Passion, Resistance), based on their experiences
Directed by Stephen Rayne (Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre)
For 2 performances only on Sunday 22 January 2012 at the Theatre Royal Haymarket

To book tickets and find out more visit

Ticket Prices
Matinee – Starts at: 2:30pm
Gallery – £10*
Upper Circle – £20/£15/£10**
Royal Circle – £35/£20/**/£10**
Stalls – £35/£20/£10 Access

Evening – Starts at 6:30pm

Gallery – £10*
Upper Circle – £25/£15/£10**
Royal Circle – £55/£25**/£10**
Stalls – £55***/£25/£10 Access

Exclusive Gala evening tickets available email


Please call the box office on 020 7930 8800 for more details or visit the Theatre Royal Haymarket Box Office

* Patrons in the Gallery should be aware that seating is on cushioned wooden benches.
** Restricted view
*** £55 tickets include a programme and a glass of wine