The Diary of Anne Frank will be performed in the beautiful and newly refurbished All Saints Church in Huntingdon
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The Diary of Anne Frank will be performed in Huntingdon in November by the Shakespeare at the George (SatG) In The Palour company.
The production, dramatised by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, is being directed by Ray Livermore who is being assisted by Steph Hamer.
Performances will be from November 27-30 and take place at All Saints Church, Market Square, Huntingdon, starting at 7.30pm.
Performances Monday 27th to Thursday 30th November 2017 at 7.30pm
Tickets are £10, and £8 for concessions and are available from: www.ticketsource.co.uk/satg.
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Anne Frank is being play by Serenity Twinn; Margot Frank (Stephanie Dickenson) Mrs Frank (Caroline Aldridge) Otto Frank (Simon Maylor).
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The story of Anne Frank is one that many of us learned at a young age and one that has captivated stage and screen audiences for many years, including an Oscar-winning adaptation in 1959,” said Simon Maylor.
“This adaptation was written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett and it is their original Broadway script that Shakespeare at The George will be bringing to Huntingdon audiences in November as part of its Parlour offering.”
He added: “We are grateful thanks to Huntingdon town centre Anglicans for allowing us to perform in the beautiful, newly refurbished All Saints Church. An intimate setting allowing us to seat 110 people per night and we anticipate tickets selling very quickly for this moving piece of theatre.”