‘Ever Rolling Stream’ a stage play
Ever Rolling Stream is a play about WW1 although it is set in the present day.
It was inspired by the theft of the plaque bearing the names of the fallen of WW1 from our village war memorial.
This prompted the local history society, of which I was a member, to research the names of the fallen and the part they played in the local community.
The story is set in the fictional village of Stockswell and centres around single mother Judith as she struggles to allow her teenage son to make his own decisions. Judith is also on the local committee to research the names of those who went to war from their village and never came back. They uncover the mystery Charles Kilvington-North who used to live in Judith’s house.
If any drama groups are interested in performing Ever Rolling Stream please get in touch. It is written for a mixed age cast of 5 male and 6 females but there is a degree of flexibility in that and I would be happy to advise.
To read a sample of the script at stageplays.com CLICK HERE