£6 full, £5 concessions
SYNAGOGUE NIGHTS: A SEASON OF INTIMATE EVENTS IN OUR SYNAGOGUE
A Jewish Love Story
Written by Suzette Coon
Directed by Nicola Allpress
With support from Watford Palace Theatre Freelancers Programme & Arts Council England
A work in progress of Suzette Coon’s emotive new play about one woman’s flight from antisemitism in 1900s Poland and the impact felt by the women who came after her.
A Jewish mother, daughter and grand-mother meet in the after-life to try to reconcile their differences….
The play explores how we can honour our Jewish heritage whilst being free to love the people we choose.
There will be a post show Q&A including Suzette making connections with the museum’s own collection.
Suzette Coon is a playwright and theatre maker, passionate about bringing women’s unheard stories to the stage
What you need to know
The play contains some sensitive content related to anti-semitic violence during the 1900s Polish pogroms.
Doors Open from 6pm, performance 7pm – 8.55pm including post show Q&A. Latecomers not permitted.
The bar will be selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks before and after the event.
The synagogue has dedicated seating areas for wheelchair users, please do contact the box office ahead of the event to arrange on firstname.lastname@example.org