Orange Tree Theatre
Tue 17 May 2022
7:30 pm
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The Misfortune of the English image

Guten Tag meine Herren und Frauen von Deutschland. We have travelled here from London, England. You may have heard of it.
On the morning of 17 April 1936, a group of 27 schoolboys, led by their teacher and newly arrived in Nazi Germany, set out on the first of a seven-day walking tour of the Black Forest.
By 8pm that evening, local villagers were searching for them in a blizzard.
You did say you wanted to take the scenic route.
Inspired by true events: a story of (mis)adventure and blind optimism, nationhood, and courage in the face of disaster.
Pamela Carter’s work includes The End Of Eddy (Unicorn Theatre), LINES (Yard Theatre), and Paul Bright’s Confessions of a Justified Sinner (National Theatre of Scotland).
Following his critically acclaimed, award-winning production of The Sugar Syndrome, Oscar Toeman (Actually, Trafalgar Studios; After October, Finborough) returns to the Orange Tree to direct.