Through Blood to Green Pastures

This full-length play explores the difficulties of containing violence. Focusing on a young Irish pacifist and a British Army captain in the late 1970s, it tells the story of two sides struggling for justice as they see it, and both trying to do what they believe is the Lord’s work.

History:  The play was developed in association with Playwrights’ Forum of Washington, DC, and read in a workshop setting in Cambridge, UK, with the assistance of that city’s drama group, BAWDS. A year later it had a staged reading at the Howard Theatre of Downing College, Cambridge University.

It can be seen by clicking on the following video link: