The Quarry Theatre Presents

Spitfire Solo

Friday 10th July, 7.30pm

Written and performed by Nicholas Collett
Co-devised and directed by Gavin Robertson
Executive Producer Tim Marriott

80 years ago on this date (10th July, 1940), The Battle of Britain began…

June 2000 – for eighty-year old Peter Walker, ex-Battle of Britain pilot, an unexpected new challenge is about to begin.

As he re-lives past glories, losses, wartime experiences, family memories and the heady days of blue skies and battles, he searches for the answer to the biggest question so far!

Personal, charming, funny and inventive, ‘Spitfire Solo’ blends theatre, music and film. Ex-RSC and West End actor Nicholas Collett plays a multitude of characters and recreates the Battle of Britain – onstage!

In association with the RAF Benevolent Fund

“This fascinating one-man show…Nicholas Collett’s finest hour includes not only history, but one man’s life, with its triumphs and its tragedies… he has created, in this understated but deeply felt performance, a memorable character” ★★★★ THE PUBLIC REVIEWS

“Wonderful” JERSEY EVENING POST
“Exceptional…a touching, engaging experience” THE ADELAIDE ADVERTISER

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