Black Mirrors

Mon 22nd – Sat 27th Aug 2011


“All ticket sales donated to Help for Heroes”





Wide Eyes Theatre Collective


After the success of Robert Taylor’s I am Woof in Edinburgh last year, him and the rest of this exciting young company return with a brand new show not to be missed.


Based on interviews taken by the cast with soldiers over the period of three years, Black Mirrors follows the story and maps the development of a Sandhurst graduate and his early career in the forces. From a boy joining because “his dad did it, his uncle did it” to a young man attempting to explain the realization of being at war, this brand-new devised show strives to be both thought provoking in its

impact and human in its delivery.

Black Mirrors is the result of continuing research started in the creation of another show; the critically acclaimed I am Woof.

Fringe Review ★★★★★

Fringe Guru Review ★★★★

About Wide Eyes Theatre Collective

Wide Eyes Theatre Collective are a group of four young performance makers dedicated to making exciting and innovative devised theatre that concerns itself with socially relevant issues.

This show is in association with and 100% of the box office takings will be donated to

Help for Heroes. The charity supplies a support system for mentally and physically injured soldiers after their service should they need it. Black Mirrors concerns itself with raising awareness in regards to supporting these young men after they have trained and served in the armed forces.

Admission: £7(£5.50)

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