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Durnford: My Memories Of South Africa (a one-man play)
Colin


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Would you go and see such a thing ?

Awaiting the delivery of an interesting 40-page booklet of an apparently award-winning play -

Custer: Me And Bobby Lee (a play)
by Bruce Stirling.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Me-Bobby-Lee-General-Armstrong/dp/1499179618/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&i.e.=UTF8&qid=1522764700&sr=1-1&keywords=Custer+me+and+Bobby+lee

This is supposed to have Custer back from the dead, explaining why he did what he did, that I found interesting enough to buy but also to ask this topic's question, as far as I know, such an event has never been done in the UK.

There is obviously 'Zulu Dawn' and all the books and documentaries, but would you consider this as something you would go to ?

Imagine the man himself centre-stage, full 'stage brigand' uniform, detailing in person, including from his letters - his experiences, as well as including both Bushmans' Pass and Isandhlwana.
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