Both set in the same alternate-history Britain
with the same characters these two shows are very different in feel. In “For King and Country: 1940” the audience set up a government and war cabinet to lead the country in the middle of a Nazi invasion, while in “For King and Country: 1944” the audience become the British resistance leadership taking on the occupying government of the Third Reich as
guerrilla insurgents and enabling the Allies to mount a counter-invasion.
Although these two shows stand alone and can be enjoyed independently of each other, there is also the opportunity to book pairs of performances, where the starting point of the sequel is directly linked to the audience decisions and actions taken in the original show. In this way, actions taken in 1940 can directly affect the course of the war in 1944.
Date & time
The two shows will run on alternate nights*
For King and Country: 1940 -
Wednesday & Friday, 7.30pm
For King and Country: 1944 -
Thursday & Saturday, 7.30pm
*Multi-pass £10 discount tickets available pairing Wednesday & Thursday night shows / Friday & Saturday night shows / Saturday shows / Sunday shows