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TIKKUN OLAM

By Teunkie Van Der Sluijs
Directed by Michael Boyd

Something is stirring in the heart of Westminster...

A world premiere of this award-winning play-reading starring, Luke Thompson (Bridgerton), Diana Quick (Brideshead Revisited), Debbie Korley ( Theatre: King Lear), and Jake Fairbrother (National Theatre, Hamlet).

tikkun olam: in everything you do, you must seek the opportunity to repair the world

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THE END OF THE NIGHT

by Ben Brown

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'Fascinating fly on the wall drama' 
Daily Mail

★★★★★
'Intensely topical and necessary... It is theatre at its finest' 
The Understudy

★★★★
'Compellingly told Second World War story... minutely researched, highly compelling'
The Stage

In the final days of World War II, a secret meeting takes place between a member of the World Jewish Congress and one of the most powerful Nazis in Germany – without Hitler's knowledge.

Streaming online from 4 July.

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We are the Original Theatre Company and we have been touring extensively all over the UK (and as far as the US) since 2004. We love to make theatre. We love to tell stories. We love to tour our work across the UK. But most of all we love to thrill, excite and engage audiences.

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