SYNOPSIS: October, 1943. Seven and a half thousand Jews flee Denmark in fishermen’s boats, crossing the water to Sweden and to safety from the occupying Nazi regime. To some, a miracle rescue of biblical proportions. To others, the question remains: how did thousands of Jews slip through the grasp of the most powerful war machine ever assembled? Hanukkah, 2001. At a remote home on the snowy Danish coast, it’s time for two old friends to bury the hatchet. Lars and Abraham have not seen eye to eye for decades, but old tensions refuse to thaw as Lars’ relentless pursuit of the truth concerning the flight of Danish Jews during WWII challenges Abraham’s faith, patience and memories. And when an old secret surfaces and threatens the very foundation of their relationship, fact starts to blur with fiction.
Directed by Kate Fahy
Cast: David Bamber, Neil McCaul, Dorothea Myer-Bennett, Julia Swift
Show Times: Monday- Saturday @7:30pm, Thursday and Saturday @3pm
Tickets from £10
- Running Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes with one 20 minute interval
- Playwright: A. Bodin Saphir