OUR BOYS has now completed its 12-week run at the Duchess Theatre – thanks to everyone who came to see the show. You can vote for us in the 2013 Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers’ Choice Awards here.

BEST REVIVAL & BEST ENSEMBLE  – Whatsonstage.com Awards Nominations (vote here!)
 ’Performed with a terrific spiky verve by a crack cast.’  
**** ’Packs a punch… an excellent ensemble performance.’  Financial Times
**** ’Terrific sense of edgy camaraderie… a pleasure to watch.’  Evening Standard
**** ’Nailing the comedy to the wall… the cast spark off each other brilliantly.’  Time Out
**** ’Lewis’ punchy play… comes out with all guns blazing.’  Sunday Times – Critics’ Choice
**** ’The cast is terrific… the play is full of compassion and humour.’ Mail on Sunday
**** ’Rings true and offers both hilarious and harrowing moments.’ Independent on Sunday
**** ’Storms the West End in a brilliantly cast, superbly acted revival.’  Whatsonstage.com
**** ’Full of poignant, well-observed performances from a stellar cast.’  Sunday Express

Six young soldiers are killing nothing but time as they recover from injuries incurred in the line of duty. Suddenly, the joshing banter and easy camaraderie of this unlikely band of brothers is jeopardised. A dangerous incident and an act of betrayal result in charges of misconduct looming – and as accusations fly, the fighting really starts. Fired by anger at the neglect of our wounded heroes and set in 1980s Britain, Our Boys remains as relevant now as it was in 1993, when it won a Best New Play award. This West End show comes from the team behind the international hit Journey’s EndThe cast is Cian Barry, Jolyon Coy, Arthur Darvill, Laurence Fox, Matthew Lewis and Lewis Reeves