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Using real magic lantern projectors as used during the First World War poet and broadcaster Ian McMillan and photographer and artist Ian Beesley tell a story of the First World War from the point of view of men who survived it and lived on to old age and a changing world. They also tell the tales of women who worked in the factories that oiled the wheels of war.

The show reminds us that war is made by people who each have their own narrative of what happened.

Tour dates:

September
25th Accrington Library 8pm
26th Harris Library & Museum 8pm

October
8th Wirral Book Festival 7pm
10th The Rope Walk Barton On Humber 730pm

November!
19th Gilling East Village Hall 730pm
20th Potto Village Hall 8pm
21st Settle Village Hall 730pm

Details: http://www.uktouring.org.uk/ian-mcmillan/ or www.ianbeesley.com

Photograph: Ian Beesley

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