Anything That Flies archiveAnything That Flies is set in London in 1991 just after the fall of the Berlin Wall. When a German carer arrives to look after an elderly Jewish emigre, their developing relationship uncovers a past of secrets and lies. Burnley's play is a powerful exploration of the lives of refugees and those who find themselves 'citizens of nowhere'.

Author Judith Burnley.

Archive listings for Anything That Flies

Work type: Play.

T1645848888 (JERMYNST17)

World PremiereProducer Jermyn Street Theatre. Director Alice Hamilton. Design Neil Irish. Costume Emily Adamson. Lighting Elliot Griggs. Music Max Pappenheim. Sound Max Pappenheim. Performer Clive Merrison. Performer Issy van Randwyck.
18 Oct 17 to 11 Nov 17Jermyn Street Theatre, Inner London :: V207
listing details L451491450

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