Kindertransport by Diane Samuels Rehearsed Reading – SOLD OUT

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3 February @ 5.00 pm - 8.00 pm

A black and white book on a glass case with papers behind it

This extraordinary play, previously shown in the West End, explores the trauma and hope of the Kindertransport through the lens of mother/daughter relationships. Abigail Morris, Director of the Jewish Museum reprises her role as the play’s first director.

The reading is followed by a Q&A with the author Diane Samuels and Abigail Morris.

Cast:

Marlene Sidaway – Lil
Fiona Button – Faith
Freddie Gaminara – Ratcatcher
Deborah Findlay – Evelyn
Jemima Rooper – Helga
Dora Fidler – Eva

£1 from each ticket will be donated to Safe Passage.

Group booking rates are available with a group rate of £10 per ticket (full price) or £8.50 per ticket (concession). A minimum of 5 tickets are needed to qualify for this offer. For more information or to book using the group offer, please contact our Museum Assistant at 020 7284 7384 or [email protected]

Timings on the day:

  • Doors 5pm
  • 4 – 5pm: Galleries, Café and Shop open
  • 5 – 6pm: Act 1
  • 6 – 6.15pm: Interval, café is open
  • 6.15 – 7pm: Act 2

7pm: Q+A between Abigail Morris and Diane Samuels

We are grateful to our supporters:
The Association of Jewish Refugees
Heritage Lottery Fund
Sir Michael Moritz
Sybilla and Leo Friedler Charitable Trust
Alan and Babette Sainsbury Charitable Fund
Arts Council England

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Date:
3 February
Time:
5.00 pm - 8.00 pm
Cost:
£10 – £15
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