A New Play written by David Graves
Directed by Kennedy Bloomer
Produced by Luton Culture.
Set in 1916, Healing Wounds explores the friction, fury and at times fun between three army officers, thrown together in a hospital ward to recover from war.
Three soldiers are introduces to a single ward to recoup from their injuries. Watch as they deal with the loss of friends, loss of ideals and loss of freedom; wrestling daily with frustrations and boredom, as well as deep concern and worry for those who await them at home.
Age guidance: 12+
- Thursday, November 8, 2018
- Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Wardown House, Museum and Gallery is situated in the beautiful landscaped Wardown Park, on the outskirts of Luton town centre. The house was formerly the home of the Scargill family, then a military hospital and is now a museum and gallery.
Step back in time and glimpse an insight into a wealthy family home during the Victorian period. Explore the different rooms with hands-on displays for a fully immersive experience. The museum tells the story of Luton’s transformation into the exciting and diverse town it is today.
The museum also houses a range of displays throughout the building, including the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment Gallery and the popular Luton Life Gallery.
The museum underwent a redevelopment during 2016, reopening in April 2017. Wardown House, Museum and Gallery also holds events and activities for all ages and interests throughout the year.
Wardown House has a range of rooms that can be hired for your meetings, training days, drinks receptions and events in the gorgeous surroundings of Wardown Park. See Venue Hire for more information.
To become part of Wardown House's programme, please contact our Head of Arts & Cultural Programmes, Fahim Qureshi at Fahim.Qureshi@LutonCulture.com
Other Workshop Events
7th Dec - 31st Mar 2019
Immerse yourself in the future of gaming with The Mall Luton’s VR Prism
In partnership with local Luton based company, AiSolve, The Mall Luton is one of the first UK shopping centres to have a virtual reality experience installed.