In 1910, amid deep social discord in Britain and a catastrophic gap between the rich and poor, two Oxford University students, Keith Rae and the aristocratic Etonian the Hon. Billy Grenfell fought a well documented and bitter feud at Balliol College, Oxford that encapsulated the social conflict in Britain before WWI. However, both Keith and Billy died fighting alongside each other in the same regiment, in the same battle and on the same day.
This Off West-End hit tells for the very first time, this true story that exemplified the elitist culture of the British establishment and the arrogance of the ruling class. This feud is touchingly resolved on the battlefields of the First World War.