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“The Beaches Of St Valery”  which formed part of my PhD in English Literature from the University Of Glasgow premiere on Monday 6th of March. I am currently in negotiations to tour the play in the new year.

Here are a selection of the Four Star Reviews.

Mary Brennan In The Herald. Four Stars.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/arts_ents/stage/15137093.Theatre_review__The_Beaches_of_St_Valery__Oran_Mor__Glasgow/

Joyce McMillan in The Scotsman. Four Stars.

http://www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/culture/theatre/theatre-reviews-the-beaches-of-st-valery-transit-la-cage-aux-folles-1-4389166

Mumbles Theatre Blog . Four Stars

The Beaches of St Valery

 

The play follows the life of a young Scottish Soldier of the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders and  the 51st Highland Division  from 1938 to the end of the war in 1946.

We see our everyman soldier  go from a carefree 18 year old  roads engineer to a battle-hardened veteran of 26.

The photograph below shows the CO of the 51st Highland Division, Major General Victor Fortune surrendering to General Erwin Rommel at St Valery-en-Caux on the 12th of June, 1940. This  event forms the central motif of the play.

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