We know now that World War One wasn't 'the war to end all wars'. But the individuals who were swept up in it had no notion in 1914 that the conflagration would last four long years, destroy four mighty empires, redraw the map of Europe and lay the foundation for a longer, worse, more deadly and more universal conflict twenty years later. To End All Wars
will follow thee wartime stories of six Norfolk citizens - a soldier who died, a soldier who survived, a member of the Land Army, a nurse, a mother and a conscientious objector - through their own words and pictures, brought to vivid life by young people from local schools in partnership with professional actors, dancers, filmmakers and visual artists. There will be music, singing and dancing, films and projections, poetry, prose, letters, joy and heartbreak as the Theatre Royal commemorates the lives of just six of the people whose stories conflict the world had ever seen.Performers John Hurt (narration).