Occupied France, early 1700s. A Bristolian innkeeper and his young, artistic daughter are summonsed to the theatre of war. What can they give to the occupying forces? Atrocity follows the lives of those engaged in war, and those who witness it. With tight dialogue and black humour, the story leads to an horrific denouement and not one to be missed.
|Presented by:||Roan Theatre Company|
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