Gamal Khamis and Christopher Kent will be taking part in the BBC Radio 3 programme In Tune with Katie Derham on Monday 21 May between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm to discuss their First World War play Never Such Innocence. They will also perform extracts from the play during this broadcast, ahead of the English Music Festival performance of the play on Sunday 27 May 2018.

Listen to the Radio 3 programme on the BBC’s website at https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b3bz1y, or afterwards on BBC Radio iPlayer. The full programme details are also published on this page.

Never Such Innocence is the acclaimed narrative recital programme of words and music from the First World War which Gamal Khamis and Christopher Kent have been performing round the country over the last few months, with further performances through 2018 as below.

Contact Christopher Kent: 07850 595089 / 020 8991 1855

Video trailer:   www.ckuk.com/never-such-innocence

Facebook: facebook.com/NeverSuchInnocence

NEVER SUCH INNOCENCE TOUR 2018:

Saturday 17th March, 7.30pm. – All Saints Church, Isleworth, TW7 6BE

Sunday 18th March, 7.30pm – Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Sunday 27th May, 2.15pm – English Music Festival, Silk Hall, Radley College, Oxfordshire, OX14 2HR

Tuesday 3rd July, 7.30pm – Festival of Chichester, Oxmarket Centre of Arts, Chichester

Friday 13th July, 7.30pm – JAM on the Marsh Festival, St Dunstans Church, Romney Marsh

Saturday 8th September, 7.30pm – St Chad’s, Shrewsbury (in aid of Medic Malawi)

Wednesday 12th September, 7pm – Freemasons Hall, Covent Garden, London

Thursday 13th September, 7pm – Freemasons Hall, Covent Garden, London

Friday 21st September, 7.30pm – Village Hall, Sutton Veny, Wiltshire BA12 7AP

Sunday 30th September, 4pm – Sandham Memorial Chapel, Burghclere

Saturday 20th October 7.30pm – Canterbury Festival, Sarah Thorne Theatre, Broadstairs

Saturday 3rd November 7.30pm – Bath Recitals, St Michael’s Church, Bath

Monday 5th November 7.30pm – Royal Overseas League, Park Place, St James’s Street, London, SW1A 1LR

Friday 9th November 7.30pm – Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh, IB15 5BN

Sunday 11th November 7.30pm – St Mary’s, Perivale

Sunday 18th November 7.30pm – Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Saturday 1st December 8pm – OSO Arts Centre, Barnes Green, London, SW13 0LF

PRESS & MEDIA:

“A very special, moving and immensely absorbing production”

“The most amazing evening… one of the most moving and thought-provoking events I have ever attended.”

“Beautifully nuanced show – tender, moving, angry.”

“A spell-binding evening. So compelling to watch and listen to”

“The choice of poetry and music was perfect and the narrative and underlying story very moving…I don’t think there was a dry eye in the house.”