A Personal Journey of Discovery and Remembrance

Fri 4 Oct

Stourbridge Town Hall, Stourbridge

Sat 5 Oct

Elgiva, Chesham

Sun 6 Oct

Worthing Pavilion, Worthing

Mon 7 Oct

City Varieties Music Hall, Leeds

Wed 9 Oct

The Atkinson, Southport

Thu 10 Oct

Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa

Fri 11 Oct

The Redgrave Theatre, Bristol

Sun 13 Oct

New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth

Mon 14 Oct

Exeter Northcott Theatre, Exeter

Tue 15 Oct

Epsom Playhouse, Epsom

Wed 16 Oct

The Alban Arena, St Albans

Thu 17 Oct

Courtyard Theatre, Hereford

Tue 22 Oct

Westlands, Yeovil

Wed 23 Oct

Swan Theatre, Worcester

Thu 24 Oct

Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne

Fri 25 Oct

Theatre Royal Winchester, Winchester

Sat 26 Oct

The Riverfront, Newport

Sun 27 Oct

Grove Theatre, Dunstable

Mon 28 Oct

Buxton Opera House, Buxton

Tue 29 Oct

The Hawth, Crawley

Wed 30 Oct

New Theatre, Peterborough

Sat 2 Nov

Lighthouse, Poole

Sun 3 Nov

Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury

Mon 4 Nov

Royal & Derngate, Northampton

Tue 5 Nov

Sunderland Fire Station, Sunderland

Thu 7 Nov

Storyhouse, Chester

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The Unknown Warrior

In an emotional personal journey, former RAF Tornado Navigator and prisoner-of-war John Nichol retraces the Unknown Warrior’s journey home from the battlefields of Northern France to Westminster Abbey.

In this remarkable and highly emotive theatrical experience, brought to life with haunting visuals, and an arousing sound scape, the audience will be taken back to these explosive times and experience, the fervour of those that have gone before us.

The Unknown Warrior book will be published on Thursday 26 September, by Simon & Schuster.

It is rare to find a tale so strange, intimate and human yet at the same time so enormous, so global in its importance. Yet again John Nichol impresses us with his ability to weave together the little details and the grand narrative. Dan Snow, Historian

I was very moved by John Nichol’s Unknown Warrior – it is a beautiful, compassionate, emotional book. Utterly fabulous; an astonishing achievement. Dr Robert Lyman MBE FRHistS writer and historian