Fog of War
A Bull Players production
Performances at 2.00pm
on Sat 18th Sept & Sun 19th Sept 2021
At Monken Hadley Church Gardens, Hadley Green Rd, Barnet EN5 5PZ
(Behind St Mary the Virgin, Monken Hadley church - see Google Maps below)
This is an outdoor performance in case of heavy rain, check the website for alternative venue/dates.
Box office: The Bull Theatre
68 High St, Chipping Barnet, Barnet EN5 5SJ
Ph: 020 8441 5010
Fog of War is an original play commissioned by the Barnet Museum for the 550th anniversary of the Battle of Barnet. Written by James P Godwin and directed by Siobhan Dunne both local residents, this play explores the tension of the civil war from the peasant’s perspective, heavily relying on the remnants and records of the War of the Roses for historical accuracy.
Fog of War is also acted, produced, recorded, and edited entirely by the Barnet community, echoing the local unity which was necessary in defending against the two warring armies. A group of women are forced to protect their home from raiding soldiers. In a land plagued by death and ghosts, ruled by demented kings, will they survive.