Journey’s End

Education Level
Higher Education

It’s March 1918, and World War I is raging in Europe. In the trenches in northern France, a group of British officers, led by the war-weary Captain Stanhope, ready themselves for a major German attack while facing their worst fears. 

R.C. Sherriff drew on his own experiences in World War I to create the play, which premiered in 1928 and is now considered one of the preeminent works about the horrors of war. 

Recorded at The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood in February 2024.

Adapted and Directed by: Martin Jarvis
James Callis as Lieutenant Hibbert
Josh Cole as 2nd Lieutenant Raleigh
Jack Cutmore-Scott as Captain Stanhope
Tobias Echeverria as Young German Soldier, English Soldier
Adam Godley as Lieutenant Osborne
Ian Ogilvy as The Colonel
Simon Templeman as 2nd Lieutenant Trotter
Matthew Wolf as Captain Hardy, Company Sergeant-Major
Prepared for Audio by Mark Holden for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood
Recording Engineer and Editor: Neil Wogensen
Sound Designed by Neil Wogenson, Charles Carroll, and Mark Holden
Mixed by: Charles Carroll for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood
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