A gripping story of love and hope from award-winning playwright Jean-Claude Grumberg, set against the backdrop of WWII, reminds us that humanity can be found in the most inhumane of places.
Winter 1943, a forest in war-torn Eastern Europe: a poor woodcutter’s wife finds a little bundle thrown into the snow from a moving goods train. It contains something for which she has always yearned, but…
Samantha Spiro (One Life, Sex Education) and acclaimed cellist Gemma Rosefield performing a live score, bring this best-selling novella to life, translated and directed by Nicolas Kent (Grenfell: Value Engineering).
January 22nd, 2024
February 3rd, 2024
Location: Fringe/Off West End
Railway station: London Marylebone
Bus numbers: (Park Road London Business School) 139, 189
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