3 Aug 2014


From Standing Room Only, 2:38 pm on 3 August 2014

At the end of World War Two, there was much celebration of war heroes, and a rather less attractive rooting out of people who'd "let the side down" - spies and traitors like broadcasters Lord Haw Haw, Tokyo Rose, and - of all people - beloved comic novelist P G Wodehouse. Christchurch's Court theatre is premiering Plum - a play looking at one of the less-likely stories of the war.