Drowned or Saved Theatre Trip- 20th November

Join Central Synagogue for a trip to the theatre to see a new play by Geoffrey Williams presented by Niall Dingle and Theatre Alive!

Drowned or Saved

 

Decades after surviving Auschwitz, chemist and writer Primo Levi is restless as he struggles to complete what will be his final published work. In search of guidance, he pulls from the memories which haunt him and unavoidably brings the characters from his past to life. In this poignant, potent play peppered with cheeky Yiddish humour, Geoffrey Williams invites you to embark on Primo’s journey, which explores the ambiguity of human nature as defined by one of the twentieth century’s greatest thinkers.

TUESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2018 8:00PM

TRISTAN BATES THEATRE, The Actor’s Centre, 1a Tower St, London WC2H 9NP

Covent Garden / Leicester Square / Tottenham Court Road

 

£10 per ticket from the Shul Office (Limited number available)

T: 020 7580 1355 / bookings@centralsynagogue.org.uk

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