Give students the experience of life throughout WW1

1 st World War Evening Show

Your pupils and their parents are taken on a journey they will never forget.

A very poignant and moving journey.

A memorable journey they will talk about for a long time.

In the show, the soldiers are “recruited” from their families.

The families wave and cheer as their teenagers march off to war.

They witness the “adventure” of war change, as the war progresses, to the reality and horror that evolved.

PLEASE NOTE – In order to the show work, we MUST be able to use our “smoke” machine. It produces water vapour which simulates smoke.

1st World War Poets
1st World War Poets
We very much enjoyed and highly recommend the new Phileas Fogg Theatre Company evening show: World War I Poets! Dynamic, impressive, interactive, exciting and sometimes moving. Thank you so much Charlie and Emily see you again next year!

A Facebook comment from a teacher in the south of the Netherlands

Wow, I am completely amazed! Today I had to play as a soldier in the First World War with my class. It was amazing! I had to play as if I committed suicide and I could see many images of important people and moments in my life, as if I was actually going to die. Thank you very much! The people that helped us today (Melanie and Charlie) were very kind and they told us a lot of information about poems and more. I had an amazing evening thanks to you! could see many images of important people and moments in my life, as if I was actually going to die. Thank you vey much! The people that helpwd us today (Melanie and Charlie) were very kind and they told us a lot of information about poems and more. I had an amazing evening thanks to you!

A Facebook comment from a student

I found this WW1 show quite impressive. Actually very confronting and taking my breath away. Like time stood still and yet making it very, very real and nowadays. Great how you re-introduced this specific piece of history. We enjoyed it very much and would love to see more of you in the (near) future. You sure make a difference in these students lives and education!

A Facebook comment from a parent