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In the year of the centenary of the start of the First World War, this debut production offers a very personal take on the last hundred years of history, from 1914 to the present day. Based on the incredible family histories, photographs and memories of the cast, Who Do We Think We Are? draws on real life experiences such as a life in a Siberian prison camp during the Russian revolution, childhood experiences in India under the Raj, an escape from the Warsaw Ghetto, surviving the atomic bomb in Nagasaki, experiencing the harsh reality of life under Ceausescu, London in the swinging sixties and the present.Performers Norma Cohen, Andrew Hawkins, John Moraitis.
Author Sonja Linden (and company). Company Visible Theatre Ensemble. Director Sue Lefton. Director Liam Borrett (assistant director).
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