WTC: Kindertransport

A play by Diane Samuels

A modern classic about one woman's struggle to come to terms with her past. 

The play tells the story of how nine-year-old Eva, a German Jewish girl, is sent by her parents on the Kindertransport to start a new life with a foster family in Britain just before the outbreak of World War Two. Over forty years later, she has changed her name to Evelyn and denied her roots. When her own daughter discovers some old letters and photos in the attic, she is forced to confront the truth about who she really is and to reveal a dark secret that she has done everything to keep hidden.

'Samuels has written the best play about the pain and passion of mother/daughter relationships' - Guardian 

9th, 10th & 11th June, 7.30pm
11th June, 3.00pm  

Pre-Theatre Dining for evening performances available for booking with your ticket. Served from 6.15pm

9th & 10th June Pre-Theatre Supper
Mediterranean Cod Loin
Mushroom Strudel with Madeira Sauce
with Lemon Crushed Potatoes and Seasonal Vegetables
Cheese & Biscuits

11th June Pre-Theatre Dinner 
Tarragon Chicken in a Lime & Creme Fraiche Sauce
(V) Italian Stuffed Aubergine
with Potato Gratin and Seasonal Vegetables
Chocolate Brioche Bread & Butter Pudding with Creme Fraiche
Cheese & Biscuits

Westacre Theatre
River Road
PE32 1UA