Performed on Holocaust Memorial Day, Push tells the true story of Simon Gronowski who, as an 11-year-old, was pushed from a train to Auschwitz by his mother, to save him from the gas chambers.
Retold as an opera, written by acclaimed composer Howard Moody and performed by Chichester Community Choirs, school children and University students, it is ultimately an uplifting story about the strength of the human spirit and considers the ongoing plight of refugees.
1 hour and 30 minutes with no interval
Times & Prices
Monday 27th January 2020 2.00 pm & 7.00 pm
Schools and Student groups 10+ Monday – Friday: £8.50 per ticket; one free teacher ticket with every nine paid.
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