An insight into a true family story at the heart of The 306:Day

GERTRUDE FARR was 99 when she died and for most of her years she kept a shocking secret from even her closest family.

Her husband, Harry, was executed for cowardice during the First World War.

Now Gertrude’s struggle in the aftermath is being played out on stage in The 306: Day.

And her granddaughter, Janet Booth, who successfully fought to have shell shock sufferer Harry pardoned 90 years later, had a front row seat to see her family’s history being dramatised.

Read the full Sunday Post Story.