A wartime ‘what if’ play at New Buckenham

Eastern Angles Theatre Company returns to New Buckenham presenting the ultimate 'what-if' scenario.

How would the British have coped with a German invasion? Set in 1940, Private Resistance is a thrilling tale of the so-called Auxiliary Units, Churchill's secret guerrilla army primed to go underground to fight behind the lines.

This fascinating play, researched and written by Eastern Angles' excellent Ivan Cutting, is a story of the bonds created and destroyed by wartime.

Private Resistance is at New Buckenham Village Hall on March 14 at 7.30pm, doors open at 6.45pm. Tickets are �8 (concessions �7) from Kings Stores in New Buckenham or call 01953 860216.


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