Through stories, songs and a crazy cabaret, Sarajevo Big Bang follows a cast of characters on a surprising journey through power struggles and secret machinations. This multifaceted show explores the network of connections between the gunshot that started the ‘Great War’, many of the events that followed – and our own lives today.

Three Swedish performers drive the story forward: Maria is a professional storyteller and artist; Staffan is a writer of books and plays who brings to life the historical background of the shot and its aftermath; Eva is a singer, actress and dramatist. This unique show takes place at Quatt Village Hall on Thursday 1 November at 7.30pm – call 01746 781759 for tickets.

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