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‘Don’t embellish. Don’t exaggerate. Tell the truth. Stick to it.’
18 year old Private Cheryl James from Llangollen was one of four young soldiers who died from gunshot wounds at Deepcut Barracks between 1995 and 2002.
Cheryl’s parents wanted answers from the people responsible for their daughter’s care. But how do you begin to grieve when no-one seems to have a proper explanation? What would give you the determination to continue asking awkward, demanding questions?
Taken from original source material and powerful first hand testimonies,
Deep Cut is a bold and compelling account of one family’s journey through a time they thought they’d never experience, to places they hoped they’d never be.
Cast : 3M, 2F
Oberon Books | 978-1-84002-874-4 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB
Philip Ralph is a British writer and performer. He was a writer on attachment at Soho Theatre in 2002 and his first play,
Mr Nobody, premiered at Soho in 2003. His second play,
Hitting Funny, was a one-man show produced by Volcano Theatre Company, which Philip performed and for which he was nominated Best Actor by the Stage Awards in Edinburgh 2005. In addition to his stage writing, he is a regular writer for the BBC daytime drama, Doctors. He trained in acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and has worked extensively in theatre and television for the last sixteen years.