The ultimate 'what-if?' scenario
Eastern Angles present Private Resistance, the ultimate ‘what-if' scenario. How would the British have coped with a German invasion? Set in 1940 it's a thrilling tale of the so-called Auxiliary Units, Churchill's secret guerrilla army primed to go underground to fight behind the lines - a story of the bonds created and destroyed by wartime. This fascinating play is researched and written by Eastern Angles' Artistic Director, Ivan Cutting and directed by Naomi Jones whose credits include Return To Akenfield and The Long Way Home.
TOURING EAST ANGLIA
For a detailed look at the work of the Auxiliary Unit go to www.coleshillhouse.com
To read the BBC article and interview with Ivan Cutting, click here
Private Resistance Get-In Timelapse
Timelapse film of the company erecting the set for Private Resistance at the William Loveless Hall in Wivenhoe. (SPOILERS: Contains images of the set that may spoil your enjoyment of the play if you haven't seen it yet...!)
Private Resistance Trailer
A short trailer for Private Resistance, Eastern Angles rural tour 2012.
Audio recorded at a live performance of Private Resistance at the Sir John Mills Theatre by Bryan Hoyer. Edited in Audacity
Production stills by Mike Kwasniak mikekwasniak.co.uk/
Spetisbury Auxilary Unit photograph, copyright Halsgrove Publishing
Video edited and compiled using Adobe Premier 7.0 by Matthew Linley