The Swan Theatre Company Presents Its 200th Production

'Heroes'

By Gerald Sibleyras, adapted by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Beryl Snadden

Monday 21st to Saturday 26th January at 7.45pm

Set in a French retirement home for three First World War veterans, "Heroes" is a heartwarming, witty comedy.

Henri, Philippe and Gustav, while away the hours complaining about the staff, dreaming about young women and arguing over whether a statue of a dog is alive. They also devise an escape plan - taking the dog with them.

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