“The Boy From The ‘Boro” by Three In One

Using extracts from war diaries, soldiers’ letters and the recorded stories of men who fought in the great war, The Boy from the Boro’ portrays the journey of a young Nuneaton lad through World War One. The personal, sometimes harrowing story of Arthur Horobin, one of many drawn into this world wide conflict on its 100th year anniversary.

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Date(s) - 11/07/2014
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Blue Orange Theatre

The Boy From The 'Boro


Many contemporary accounts of World War One focus on the battles, the generals, the politics and the strategy of the war that was to end all wars. Written by Roger Price and Stuart Horobin, “The Boy From the ‘Boro” from Three-in-One Productions, tells the story of an ordinary soldier, one time farm worker and shop keeper, thrust into the mud and blood of trench warfare. It tells a personal, sometimes harrowing story of Arthur Horobin from Nuneaton, one amongst the many drawn into this world wide conflict.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of World War One.

*Because of the nature of some of the content it is felt that this production is not suitable for children aged 8 or under.


Tickets £5 (£3 concessions)

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