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About This Production
The weight of a life spent bearing witness.
“Tomorrow? Tomorrow meant never… I think the last time I thought of tomorrow with any hope was on the train to Auschwitz.”
Decades after surviving Auschwitz, chemist and writer Primo Levi is restless as he struggles to complete a story about a character he simply cannot understand. In search of guidance, he pulls from the memories which haunt him and inadvertently brings the characters from his past to life - though their input proves to be far more penetrating than expected.
In this poignant, potent play peppered with cheeky Yiddish humour, Geoffrey Williams invites you to embark on Primo’s cross-world journey which explores the ambiguity of human nature as defined by one of the twentieth century’s greatest thinkers.
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* Please note the £5 fee is an admin charge. Tickets are strictly limited and non refundable.