Local Theatre Company Schmucks Theatre follow up previous successes Schmuck Off and The Carroll Myth with The Greatest Sin of All. This thought-provoking site-specific promenade performance piece retells stories of survivors and victims of the vicious Nazi regime, in particular, those from the Jewish Community, political dissenters and the disabled. Here, Artistic Director, Nathan Shreeve gives us five reasons why you should see this unique production in April.
1. Local Talent To see the biggest cast working in Manchester at the time, drawn from an enormous pool of Mancunian acting talent.
2. Unique Venue To experience the faded splendour of Victoria Baths in a way that has never been experienced before, allowing you access parts of the building that are normally never seen.
3. You Won't Believe Your Eyes Expand your experience of theatre with an exciting promenade performance which features not only great acting talent, but multimedia and visual art installations.
4. Never Forget Witness the emotional, harrowing retelling of true stories of Holocaust survivors and victims.
5. Give To Charity Support aid action against modern genocides and join the debate. £1 from each ticket sold will be dontated to Not On Our Watch.
The Greatest Sin of All is at Victoria Baths on 1 April. For further information, please visit the website.
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