We are delighted to invite you to join us at the exclusive screening of Journey’s End.

Journey’s End is the big screen revival of R. C. Sherif’s 1928 play, telling the story of British soldiers struggling to survive in the trenches during WW1. Already receiving rave reviews, Journey’s End captures the emotions, struggles, and camaraderie of trench life during the First World War as part of the British commemoration of the WWI centenary.

Journey’s End has an all-star cast including Sam Claflin, Asa Butterfield, Paul Bettany, and Toby Jones, for which BBC London credit as “superb British performances”.

Be one of the first to see this film with the screening taking place on the 14th January, almost three weeks before its general release date!

The screening will begin at 12 noon, followed by a question and answer session with film producer Guy de Beaujeu, who has given us the great honour of hosting this incredible event. Guy has close links to the charity as his late father was a former Regional Director of our South West office.

To watch the incredibly moving Journey’s End trailer and to purchase tickets, please click here.

“A powerful, vivid adaptation” – Sight & Sound

“A genuinely movings and thoroughly affecting piece of filmmaking” – HeyUGuys.

“A powerful, vivid adaptation” – Sight & Sound

“Beautiful” – The Times

“Extremely powerful” – Total Film.

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