During the First World War Talbot House in Poperinge, Belgium a few short miles behind the front line, became a haven for thousands of allied troops – a ‘home from home’ where they could enjoy some of the comforts of home and remember the men that they really were. Run by a diminutive chaplain named Tubby Clayton the house became known by its army signaller’s code of Toc H and ultimately would be the inspiration for the association with that name.
Aimed at a family audience, this feelgood and moving play gives a brief taste of the history of the house and with the aid of poetry and music from the Great War, the atmosphere that was felt by the troops that visited it.
2 x 45 minutes
Buy in fee: £600 plus vat
Split option: 80/20 tickets no less than £10
Below you will find theatre information packs which include financial arrangement, technical detail and suggested brochure copy. You will also find files that contain press photographs and copies of production posters. Please note that these downloads are zip files and you will need to extract or unzip these files on your device.