Performances Friday 13 – Sunday 15 October
In 2003 David Rendel, a psychiatrist, meets Shlomo Weider, a Holocaust Survivor, at the Holocaust Event Centre memorial day. David’s father, also a Survivor, died many years before and never told his story to anyone in his family. The two men strike up a conversation and Shlomo mentions that he was, of course, with David’s father throughout the war and knew him well. At the end of the war, they were brought to Windermere to recuperate and adapt to British life, becoming part of the group known as The Windermere Boys.
Based on a remarkable true story ‘Conversations’ deals with the story of one Survivor and how the Holocaust has touched the second and third generations. An Old Laundry Theatre production performed by local actors.
T&C: Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. A £1.50 booking fee applies.
Running time 85mins. Optional Q & A session 15mins.
|Friend of the Old Laundry (FOOL)||£11.00|
|Student/ Under 25||£7.00|