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in the Auditorium

TICKETS Adults £9 Concs £7 Family of Four (2 adults + 2 Children) £25

All schools £5 (1 Adult free with every 10 child tickets) Please call the Box Office on 01392 217808 to arrange school bookings

Wednesday 3 May 10am

Thursday 4 May 7.30pm

Friday 5 May 7.30pm

Saturday 6 May 2.30 & 7.30pm

Sunday 7 May 2.30pm

“Who would ever think that so much went on in the soul of a young girl?” Anne Frank

In 1942, Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl, was forced into hiding with seven others in a secret annex in Amsterdam. Dreams of Anne Frank vividly brings her story to life in a poignant, beautiful and highly charged drama. Through movement, live music and song the play re-imagines and explores Anne Frank’s hidden world; a world in which she lived, fell in love, and dreamt of freedom.

Winner of the Time Out award for best children’s production during its London premiere, this imaginative play with music demystifies and humanizes Anne Frank’s story of tremendous bravery.

Exeter College BTEC Performing Arts look to celebrate Anne Frank’s vitality, while at the same time stimulating us to not only question the past, but to confront the very same issues of discrimination and prejudice that surround us today. Anne’s diary, and this play about her life, commends the spirit of creativity that thrives despite being confined and hidden from society.

Dreams of Anne Frank is the cornerstone of a season of work at the Barnfield Theatre, by Exeter College’s Drama & Performing Arts Department, in May 2017.

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” Anne Frank

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