A play created in Southland has its UK premiere today.
'A Cry Too Far From Heaven' begins its season at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The play focuses on World War One deserter Victor Spencer from Bluff and Winton baby farmer Minnie Dean.
The play, written and performed by Jade Gillies, Ange Newell and Lizzie Dawson, also questions the validity of the death penalty.
Both died for their crimes on different sides of the world two decades apart.
'A Cry Too Far From Heaven' has already performed to sell out audiences in Southland and Canterbury.
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