An award-winning radio play, a widely acclaimed book and a much admired piece of musical theatre, KISSES ON A POSTCARD is a vivid, funny and intimate portrait of a unique part of our history and a compelling and uplifting memoir of growing up in an extraordinary time.Full of surprising humour and intensely moving, it tells the true story of two brothers in WWII, evacuated along with thousands of other children after Dunkirk, and of a remarkable couple, enduring their own tragedy, who took the boys in as their own and raised them with unstinting love.An unforgettable tale of a childhood brimming with wit, colour and warmth, this is also the gripping story of a village at war, seen through the curious eyes of a seven-year-old.With a wonderful score by our original composer, the late, Gordon Clyde, new music by renowned jazz composer John Altman and the brilliant, young Tom Recknell, KISSES ON A POSTCARD is “an enchanting, profoundly moving and delightful night at the theatre”.‘Kisses On A Postcard at times moved me to tears." Boasting of having hundreds of videos, Picard added the officer on Skype and shared indecent images of a boy aged 10 and girls aged eight and 14.Asking the undercover officer for proof he was 14 as he said and not some "old" man, Picard later shared a video of his own face.Ms Olliver added: "There are aggravating features, the children are very young, in obvious pain and distress, and the number of photographs distributed." Picard shut his eyes as Judge Peter Ross described some of the Category A material found in his possession.
Q: Why does this play work for both adults and children?"His IP address led police to Eton school in Berkshire where staff were able to identify him as a pupil," Ms Olliver said."He was arrested from school on suspicion of distributing indecent photographs of children." Picard, now 18, admitted one count of possessing indecent pictures of children, one count of making indecent pictures of children and eight counts of distributing indecent photos or recordings of a child.20 - 29 July Preview - 20 - 21 July Cap - 28 July, 2.00pm Relaxed - 29 July, 2.00pm £9 Previews: £8.50 20% off The Hunting of The Snark and The Borrowers (when booked in the same transaction - see below) 20% off The Hunting of The Snark and The Borrowers (when booked in the same transaction - see below) Main House English CAP - 28 July, 2.00pm REL - 29 July, 2.00pm Running time - 1 hour 15 minutes Based on the original poem by Lewis Carroll Director Gemma Colclough Writer Annabel Wigoder Musical Director Tom Recknell Music & Lyrics Gareth Cooper Sound Designer Ian Barnard Designer Justin Nardella Lighting Designer Ceri James .A musical comedy adventure featuring puppetry, lashings of silliness and an original soundtrack that will delight, excite and entertain in this new summer family production by the Sherman.