Inspired by the love letters of Bert and Betty, Letters From Betty is a promenade multi-media live performance told from a Naval sailor’s perspective, of day to day life during World War 2.

Join us as we follow Bert’s journey from Navy training, to active duty during the war, and are given insights to his growing relationship with a young Brum lass called Betty.

The show is a fusion of history and modern storytelling, revealing the thoughts, reflections and humour of some of the individuals who lived through such turmoil, their experiences though war time and their dreams for the future.

Bring your friends and family along for this unique first-hand insight into the extraordinary lives and the profound loves of those who were kept apart by the Second World War.

Letters From Betty is a reminder that even in the midst of dark times, hope prevails.

Book your tickets now to enjoy this immersive promenade performance including exclusive twilight access to Eden Camp Museum!

Performances are from Friday 27th to Monday 30th August inclusive, beginning at 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, and 9pm. Each performance lasts 90 mins. Some of the performance will take place outside, with a large amount of standing/walking, and the show will go ahead whatever the weather so dress for a Great British Summer! You can find more details by clicking below.