By Diane Samuels.
Directed by Tom Mansfield.
Performed by 3rd Year undergraduates.
Supported by funding from the Institute of Advanced Studies as part of Saving Humans: Risk, Intervention, Survival
In 1938, nine-year-old Eva left her Hamburg home for England as part of a mass deportation of Jewish children from Nazi Germany. As she grew up, she locked her childhood away in the attic. Half a century later, her daughter, Faith, uncovers it, causing her to question her entire identity. Diane Samuels’ award-winning play invites us to consider what really makes us who we are, particularly relevant in the 75th anniversary year of the arrival of the first Kindertransports to Britain.
Thursday 5th – Saturday 7th December 2013 at 7.30pm
Diane Samuels will be holding a Q&A after the opening night performance- free for ticket holders
Matinee - Saturday 7th December 2013 at 2.00pm
Concessionary tickets available to:
Full time students
Under 16’s and over 60’s.
Only one discount is available per ticket and valid ID must be presented where applicable.
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