“I can tell you the story again of the wounded Argentinian soldier who died in my arms. But it won’t necessarily make me cry now. Sometimes it can feel raw again. But I keep it under control and I tell it like a story.” Lou Armour.
Following its hugely successful sell-out 2016 run at the Royal Court, MINEFIELD has toured internationally to enormous acclaim and returns to London for just 10 performances this autumn.
What is a veteran? Survivor? Hero? Mad Man?
In Lola Arias’ MINEFIELD six Falklands/Malvinas war veterans who once faced each other across a battlefield now face each other across a stage. Together they share memories, films, songs and photos as they recall their collective war and embody the political figures that led them into it.
Soldier, veteran, human – these men have stories to share as they take us from the horrors of war to today’s uncertainties, with brutal honesty and startling humour.
Lola Arias is a writer, director, actress and songwriter and a leading voice in Argentinean theatre. Her productions play with the overlap between reality and fiction and have seen her work with actors, non actors, musicians, dancers, children, babies and animals.
Fri 10 Nov 2017, 7:30pm