Wednesday 29 March – Saturday 15 April
Poignant, dramatic and beautifully designed, this is a story that will stay with you forever.
Wiltshire. 1915. As the shadow of war falls over the Wiltshire landscape, a young couple finds itself caught up in the turmoil of troubled times.
For generations, John and Anna’s families have made a living by working the land. Growing up in back-to-back cottages, everyone expects them to marry. Now, however, with nearly half a million young soldiers pouring into the county, the world seems so much bigger than they had ever imagined and the future feels far from certain.
Set in a village on the edge of Salisbury Plain, Echo’s End is a story about two Wiltshire families and the seismic changes which altered their lives and the identity of their county forever.
Award-winning playwright and novelist Barney Norris has been heralded as ‘one of our most exciting young writers’ (The Times). His debut novel Five Rivers Met on a Wooded Plain became a Times bestseller. Don't miss this opportunity to see his brand new play on the Main Stage at Salisbury Playhouse.
This production is supported by Frank and Elizabeth Brenan
Recently, the Echo’s End cast, along with the director and stage management team, headed up to Salisbury Plain to visit the area where the play is set. Oliver Hembrough, who plays Jack Howard, tells us a little more about their visit. Click here to read the blog..
Wednesday 29 March - Saturday 15 April
Mon – Sat evenings at 7.30pm
Thu & Sat matinees at 2.15pm (from 6 April)
No performances on Good Friday (14 April)
Post Show Talk Tuesday 11 April
Tickets: £25.00 - £9.50
BSL Signed Performance Tuesday 11 April at 7.30pm
Captioned Performance Wednesday 12 April at 7.30pm
Audio Description and Touch Tour Thursday 13 April at 2.15pm & 7.30pm
Cast & Creatives
Director Alice Hamilton
Designer Tom Rogers
Lighting Designer Howard Hudson
Sound Designer and Composer Helen Skiera