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Battle Cry

Battle Cry

02 Nov–04 Nov 2023

The Drum

Select a performance

Thu 2 Nov
7:45 pm
£12.00 - £16.00
  • Member Discount - Friend & Up
  • Post-Show Talk
Fri 3 Nov
7:45 pm
£12.00 - £16.00
  • Member Discount - Friend & Up
Sat 4 Nov
2:45 pm
£12.00 - £16.00
  • Member Discount - Friend & Up
7:45 pm
£12.00 - £16.00
  • Member Discount - Friend & Up
Battle Cry

Battle Cry is a solo play by Matt Fox, based on the true story of a former soldier, Adam, struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

The play follows Adam as he recounts his experiences in war, the horrors he witnessed, and the heavy toll this took on him. Battle Cry is a powerful and moving exploration of the human cost of war, and a reminder of the devastating impact PTSD can have on those who experience it.

Battle Cry is a challenging and thought-provoking play which has been received to universal acclaim by both veteran and non-veteran audiences.

Important information

From: £12.00

Running time:
60 mins

Age guideline:

Post-show talk: Thu 02 Nov 23

Contains strong language & adult themes, sounds of war & explosions as well as real life stories, PTSD and addiction

Additional content information will become available for this production soon.

Please note – most of our productions feature flashing lights and loud sounds.  

If you require this information prior to booking, please check back for updates or call our Box Office on 01752 267222.


Groups rate (10+): £12 tickets in price band A across all performances

Did you know our Friend Members can get 2 x £12 tickets in price band A for all performances of Battle Cry? Add a Friend Membership to your basket and claim this offer now or check out our other Membership options.

★★★★ Heavy weight and excellent drama about PTSD with a riveting performance from Steve Cowley

London Pub Theatres

Amazing, blistering production…it is phenomenal

K Armstrong

A simply stunning performance by Steve Cowley…a masterclass

P Hayley

A gut wrenching, emotional performance

C Nicholls