Today is your last chance to see Charlie’s Letters as part of Brighton Fringe. Our screenings are 16.30 and 19.30 at the Nightingale Room (opposite Brighton Station) and there are a few limited tickets remaining.
You can get your tickets here. Please note you do not need to worry about collecting your ticket from the Fringe box office – simply bring proof of booking as an email or print out.
What is Charlie’s Letters all about?
An escaped POW’s battle for survival whilst on the run in war-torn Italy, as his wife and young son wait for news in England. 16-year-old aspiring director Elliott Hasler’s epic depiction of his great-grandfather’s WW2 experiences. Meticulously researched and undergoing production for almost three years, across five countries with key scenes filmed in and around Brighton. The film acts as a testament to the incredible spirit that emerged through the hardships and horrors of the world’s greatest conflict, portraying the human story of an ordinary soldier forced to do the extraordinary. There will be a Q&A with the director and leading cast members after the film.
Want to hear what audience members are saying? Read our reviews here.
We look forward to seeing many of you this evening.