There’s a whole load of ‘Pressure’ at The Stables next month

Pressure by David Haig is coming to The Stables Theatre next month.

It’s June 1944, the clock is ticking down, in just 72 hours the biggest invasion the world has ever seen will cross the English Channel – Operation Overlord will be underway.

The fate of 350,000 allied troops and the future of Europe rests on one pivotal element: the most important weather forecast of all time.

David Haig’s story is about the unsung heroes. Packed in its tightening isobars are the personal battles and pressures of responsibility that weigh heavily on those who must make the critical decision.

Pressure is a Stables production directed by Carol Hunt and runs from Friday February 7th until Saturday 15th with performances at 7.30pm the performance on Sunday 9th is at 2.30pm and the is no performance Monday 10th

Tickets cost £8.50 for members, adults £13.50, under-18s and groups £10.50 and there is £2 off first night tickets

Photo by Peter Mould & Cliff Brooker

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