From Wednesday 10th to Saturday 13th November 2021
at Hampton Hill Theatre, 90 High Street, Hampton Hill TW12 1NZ.
Anne Frank's story told through her diaries has become a powerful symbol of how we remember and interpret one of the darkest periods in our history.
The chaos of war and persecution is seen through the eyes of a young girl. A complex girl, a teenager who is falling in love and trying to understand herself. The pages are full of hope, her vibrant spirit and a record of her daily life living in constant secrecy hidden in an attic.
50 years after YAT first staged The Diary of Anne Frank we will revisit this human story of harrowing persecution. Incorporating music and song by composers killed in the Holocaust we will create an ensemble cast of 'Witnesses' to speak this truth of unspeakable pain and enduring hope.
There is a 10% discount automatically applied to bookings of TEN or more tickets in a single transaction.
Doors will open at 7.00pm.
Performance will start promptly at 7.45pm.
Latecomers may not be allowed entry until a suitable break in the performance.