A very Special Offer for Schools: Kindertransport Rehearsed Reading

One of our NATRE affiliated groups is based at the Jewish Museum, London where teachers from schools, particularly in London (Camden and Islington) are welcomed for twilight and full day CPD.

Kindertransport Rehearsed Reading, 5-8pm on Sunday 3 February 2019, Jewish Museum, London

This extraordinary play, previously shown on Broadway, explores the trauma and hope of the Kindertransport through the lens of mother/daughter relationships. Abigail Morris, Director of the Jewish Museum reprises her role as the play’s first director. The reading is followed by a Q&A with the author Diane Samuels and Abigail Morris.

We are offering a special discounted offer £10 per teacher and £8.50 per student (a minimum of 5 tickets are needed to qualify for this), £1 from each ticket will be donated to Safe Passage. http://safepassage.org.uk

You are invited to make a day of your trip, tickets include entry to the whole museum including, Remembering the Kindertransport: 80 Years On, this exhibition marks the 80th anniversary of the Kindertransport, inviting you to discover the stories of six of the Kinder (child refugees) in their own words. On the Third Floor we have, Roman Vishniac Rediscovered, which tells the story of this extraordinarily versatile and innovative photographer, Vishniac is best known for having created one of the most widely recognised and reproduced photographic records of Jewish life in Eastern Europe between the two World Wars.

If you would like more information, or to book tickets for the play, please contact Claudia Sanchez, Museum Assistant, Claudia.Sanchez@jewishmuseum.org.uk, 020 7284 7384 or ask for Frances Jeens, Head of Learning.