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Food Wars Opens in Ipswich

11 September 2019

It was the opening night of Food Wars  yesterday at the Sir John Mills Theatre. The production is at Eastern Angles' home for a week of performances before touring to community venues in Suffolk and Essex as well as touring to schools and care homes.

Two plays in one evening explore the battle for bread on the doorstep during wartime Britain. 

The first play Oh, What A Lovely Food War is a music hall take on food in WWI whilst Saving Our Bacon takes up the story in WWII. 

Food Wars tours to:

Sir John Mills Theatre, Ipswich: Tues 10th - Sat 14th September

St Mary's Church Hall, Walton: Mon 23rd September, 7.30pm

Harwich Community Arts & Heritage Centre: Tues 24th September, 7.30pm

Dedham Assembly Rooms: Weds 25th September, 7.30pm

Dennington Village Hall: Thurs 26th September, 7.30pm

Brightlingsea Community Centre: Fri 27th September, 7.30pm

Maldon Town Hall: Sat 5th October, 7.30pm

Find out more about the show here. Meanwhile, take a look at our production pictures taken by Mike Kwasniak...


Hayley Evenett, Sally Ann Burnett & Joseph Phelps in Oh, What A Lovely Food War

Credit: Mike Kwasniak

Joseph Phelps with Hayley Evenett in Saving Our Bacon

Credit: Mike Kwasniak

Sally Ann Burnett as Churchill in Saving Our Bacon

Joseph Phelps with Sally Ann Burnett & Hayley Evenett in Oh, What A Lovely Food War

Credit: Mike Kwasniak

Joseph Phelps & Sally Ann Burnett in Oh, What A Lovely Food War

Credit: Mike Kwasniak

Joseph Phelps, Hayley Evenett & Sally Ann Burnett in Saving Our Bacon

Credit: Mike Kwasniak

Hayley Evenett and Sally Ann Burnett with Joseph Phelps in Saving Our Bacon

Credit: Mike Kwasniak

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