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Journey's End

Members of Harrow School's Rattigan Society staged a three-night production of R C Sherriff's Journey's End in the Ryan Theatre.

Set in March 1918 and based on the author's own experience of the Front, the play celebrates humour and courage in the face of certain tragedy.

The Rattigan Society, named after the dramatist and screenwriter Terence Rattigan (The Park 19252), is the centre of writing, directing and performing at Harrow. Based in the Ryan Theatre and the Drama Studios, the Rattigan Society works on a variety of performances in a single year, from small-scale productions that are often directed by boys themselves to larger productions where the cast is taken from across the School.