(Michael Billington’s review appeared in the Guardian, 9/29.)

Sebastian Faulks has said that transposing a novel to another medium is like trying to turn a painting into a sculpture. I agree with that. But at least, in the case of Rachel Wagstaff's stage version of Faulks's celebrated 1993 novel, it is a very good sculpture that captures something of the unimaginable horror, as well as the fractured comradeship, of the first world war

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