The production of "Boots at the Door" at the Theatre Royal Plymouth to which DDMT donated over £3,000 to complete the required funding took place from 3 - 5th December.
This was a really exciting concept and one which made use of story sharing and creativity for enhanced well-being of veterans affected by war. Reproduced below are some extracts from the Theatre's website. We are so proud of the hard work being invested in it and can't wait to see it ourselves. To read more about the project visit our What We Do page.
"Forging a brand new theatre company, members of Plymouth’s Armed Forces Community have developed this show from scratch, based on their own experiences and stories. Boots at the Door offers a rare opportunity to see them in a new light."
"Boots at the Door is being created by the Theatre Royal Plymouth in partnership with Bravo 22 Company – The Royal British Legion’s Recovery through Theatre programme."
"Bravo 22 Company was created by Alice Driver for the Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust and launched in partnership with The Royal British Legion and the Defence Recovery Capability in 2011."
We would love to hear from you if you know of any soldier (whether current or past), family member or any project that might benefit from our help.