The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
Amsterdam, July 1942, and the Nazi regime is systematically rounding up the Jewish population. Two families, the Franks and the Van Daans, decide to hide in an attic. The story is based on the lives of these families as seen through the eyes of Anne Frank, who meticulously kept a diary of events, her thoughts, the pains of a teenager growing up in such an environment, and the quiet heroism of those who risked their own lives on a daily basis to help them.
Director John Foreman whose recent production (two one-act plays) Two Sisters and The Cagebirds won ten awards at Festivals following a successful run at the theatre.
Tickets on sale from 17th October