We invite you to hear from a pair of Holocaust survivors and one of their descendants, over a delicious brunch. There will be the opportunity to reflect on their life stories and on how, as the next generation, we can keep the memory alive. Or, which memories to keep alive. Or whose memories. Hang on, why are we doing this? And why so much food?
Using comedy and beigels, this funny and brave new solo show explores how we can honour the histories we inherit, whilst breaking free from them. Bringing to life the true stories of two Holocaust survivors connected to Tamara, the show pries open an intergenerational wound, probing why we reme`mber the Holocaust – and what it might look like to forget.
Food will be provided as part of this performance, lest we go hungry.
The performance is followed by a post-show Q&A with award-winning playwright Diane Samuels, author of Kindertransport.
Supported by Arts Council England, Canada Council for the Arts, British Columbia Arts Council, Battersea Arts Centre, JW3, Camden People’s Theatre and Chutzpah! Festival for the Performing Arts.
Live subtitling by STAGETEXT
Phone: 020 8369 5454
Website: Arts Depot