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Titchfield Festival Theatre presents a disturbing drama this week focused on childhood misadventures.

Blue Remembered Hills directed by John O’Hanlon is set in 1943 and follows seven children playing in the Forest of Dean on a summer’s day which ends in tragedy.

Dealing with a range of themes including bullying, power, territory and victimisation the play can be viewed as a microcosm of the bigger events of 1943 and perhaps modern times.

Blue Remembered Hills plays at Tichfield Festival Theatre in St Margarets Lane, Fareham on July 16–26 at 7.45pm. Tickets:£8-£11.

Call 01329 556156 or visit titchfieldfestivaltheatre.com.