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    Jamie Sefton presents

    A Thousand Sons

    Tue 1 Nov - Sat 5 Nov at 9pm
    Tickets £12 (£10)
    A one person show detailing the true horrors of nuclear weapons and the deceit by those in power.

    Content Notice
    Running Time 50 minutes
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs
    Assistance dogs
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeThe play deals with grief and illnesses such as cancer. Suitable for 18+
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeLoud noises

    Weapons of mass destruction. An existential threat. Betrayal and injustice. We live in hope that we'll never have to experience the effects of nuclear weapons.

    But some of us already have... and they are still dealing with the consequences.

    A Thousand Sons tells the true story of British Nuclear Test veterans in a powerful solo performance that blends action and poetry with verbatim testimony from a forgotten community of nuclear veterans, used and betrayed by those in positions of power. An eye-opening journey from the past to the present, to shine a light on the truth.

    Tickets for A Thousand Sons

    Tue 01 Nov, 21:00
    Wed 02 Nov, 21:00
    Thu 03 Nov, 21:00
    Fri 04 Nov, 21:00
    Sat 05 Nov, 21:00
    "A stunning play exploring the long-term effects on those service men who witnessed nuclear tests in the 1950s. This powerful and passionate show will make you want to research the subject the moment you leave the theatre."
    Everything Theatre

    “It means so much to be working at CPT, it’s such a good opportunity to work in a professional environment at my age. I didn’t think that was ever going to happen and it means the world to me. It’s really going to help prepare me for my future and where I want to go”

    CYT participant and Camden student