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verge of strife

Mixing the life and works of First World War poet Rupert Brooke– whose charm and wit left bruised egos and broken hearts throughout the upper echelons of British society – comes new piece of theatre Verge of Strife, debuting at this year’s Fringe. And with Rupert once described as ‘the handsomest man in all of England’, it seems apt that our former cover star and departing EastEnders actor Jonny Labey takes up his mantle…

Mixing the life and works of First World War poet Rupert Brooke– whose charm and wit left bruised egos and broken hearts throughout the upper echelons of British society – comes new piece of theatre Verge of Strife, debuting at this year’s Fringe. And with Rupert once described as ‘the handsomest man in all of England’, it seems apt that our former cover star and departing EastEnders actor Jonny Labey takes up his mantle…

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