Working alongside cellist Kate Shortt and pianist Liam Noble, Penny Rimbaud has been presenting Owen’s ‘War Poems’ throughout the centenary years of the euphemistic ‘Great War’. In doing so he hopes ‘to honour the great gift that Owen gave us through his life, his works and his untimely death’ adding, ‘through his opposition to the obscenity of war, Owen was looking to a place of peace and love which, I believe, is our birthright’.Buy tickets
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