December 21, 2018, by Claire Henson

Going Home

A rehearsed, script-in-hand reading of Nigel McCrery’s first play for the stage. Going Home focuses on the fate of Jews in the Nazi Holocaust, and tells a survivor’s story when he returns to his village in 1945.

Written by Nigel McCrery
Directed by Martin Berry

McCrery first worked as a policeman where he became interested in forensic science before joining the BBC Drama Department’s graduate entry scheme. He has been responsible for creating such major series as Silent Witness, All the King’s Men and New Tricks.

In memory of members of Vandermolen family who died during the Holocaust. Might they always be blessed and remembered.

Lakeside and Nigel McCrery gratefully acknowledge the generous support of Lee Vandermolen and family to enable this first step in developing the production.

Suitable for ages 14+.

Price is ‘pay what you can’.

Tickets are limited to two per person.

Tickets available to purchase in person from Box Office or over the telephone.

For information about booking, please contact the Lakeside Arts box office.

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