Music, dance and narrative delight

PUBLISHED: 19:18 20 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:36 25 May 2010

ARTWORK exploring a human story of love, hope, loss and despair forms a distinctive creative piece at the Theatre Royal Bath.

ARTWORK exploring a human story of love, hope, loss and despair forms a distinctive creative piece at the Theatre Royal Bath.

Theatre Lab presents work-in-progress or 'scratch' performances by emerging theatre companies who have been supported by the Ustinov's Artist Development Scheme.

Last Post is the work from Just Enough, led by playwright and actor John East, whose previous work, Wrecked, played to packed houses in the egg theatre last year.

The story of mixed emotion weaves its way through one of the most calamitous events of the twentieth century - The Great War.

In this scratch performance, first hand narratives are layered with music and dance-theatre to simultaneously bombard and seduce the senses.

See Last Post at the Ustinov at 7.30pm tonight (Thurs) and tomorrow.

Tickets, priced at £3, are available on 01225 448844 or online at

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