The stage has seen plenty of made-up Jews. Now for some real ones.
A social worker. A doctor. A politician. An ex-politician. A refugee. A novelist. A decorator. A journalist. A Talmudist. An actress. A student. A researcher. Different lives, but all marked by the same ancient prejudice.
Journalist Jonathan Freedland has created a searing and incisive play, using verbatim interviews to expose the roots and damning legacy of antisemitism in Britain - found in the places where you'd least expect it.
Jews. In Their Own Words. - a theatrical inquiry conducted through words, song&and a dose of English irony.
Written by Jonathan Freedland.
From an idea by Tracy-Ann Oberman.
Co-created by Vicky Featherstone, Tracy-Ann Oberman & Audrey Sheffield.
We support audience members, unless medically exempt, to wear face coverings throughout the venue and in the auditorium, out of respect for others, and in support of the cast.