|Booking From:||Friday, 13th March 2015|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 14th March 2015|
|Running Time:||2 hours 30 minutes|
This is an excellent play in its own right and superbly staged. It is also an experience of what life was like in Germany and England at the time of the Nazis being voted in on only 37% of the electorate yet immediately grabbing full power and setting about perverting democracy. It should be part of Holocaust education, and yet few people have even heard of resisters like Hans Litten. An interesting aspect of the play is that the action is played simultaneously to show Hans Litten's and his mother's experience and their affects on each other.
Excellent performance, I have never been in a theatre where the audience was so quiet, we where all gripped by Penelope Wilton performance and the rest of the cast, very emotional, but a must see.
A terrific evening in the Theatre. A very dramatic play - brilliantly acted.
I saw it twice in Chichester and can't wait to see it next week at the Haymarket
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