Theatre event of the Centenary: soldier-playwright R C Sherriff's heart-breaking story of ten men in a dugout just before an attack is the only WW1 drama written by someone who fought on the Western Front.
Theatre Event of the Centenary: JOURNEY'S END by WW1 soldier-writer R C Sherriff.
Lucie Delattre, a young singer from Albert, will provide an emotion-packed performance in the new Thiepval Museum.
The performance is included in the price of a ticket. Please contact the Thiepval Visitor Centre for more information
By the fountain in the Place d'Armes, come and listen to an outdoor concert performed by the Pipers of the Leaning Virgin. The great classics will be played from the balcony of the Albert Notre-Dame de Brebières Basilica.
This exceptional concert, with music by FS Kelly, will be held in Querrieu Church on 3 November 2016
A show with music and theatre
Original creation of the Compagnie P14, combining theatre and music, giving voice to the women of 1914. This show is themed on the lives of 20 women who were caught up in the torment of war.
Benjamin Ellin, the award-winning and critically acclaimed British conductor and composer, has been commissioned to create a classical composition focusing on the concept of peace and this year’s centenary of the Battle of the Somme. The resulting Orator
As part of the commemorations of the centenary of the Great War, the Amiens Cultural Centre is welcoming the Abbey Theatre - National Theatre of Ireland on the 30th June for a performance of Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching towards the Somme directed by Jeremy Herrin