All Our Children

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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

'I used to be scared of them. They seemed so different. They don't scare me anymore. They're just children, aren't they? Just children.' January 1941. Snow is falling. A terrible crime is taking place in a clinic for disabled children. The perpetrators argue that it will help struggling parents and lift the financial burden on the mighty German state. One brave voice is raised in objection. But will the Doctor listen? All Our Children is a moving examination of the human moral dilemma; a powerful story that shows what it takes for humanity and decency to be restored in a world that has abandoned them.

Stephen Unwin's debut play memorialises the forgotten holocaust, remembering the 200,000 people who died and those who fought against this injustice.

NEWS AND REVIEWS

Review: All Our Children (Jermyn Street Theatre) - 4 May 2017

5 minutes with Stephen Unwin: 'My first play is about the rights of the disabled' - 3 May 2017

Exclusive: Casting announced for Stephen Unwin's debut play All Our Children - 27 Mar 2017

Anthony Biggs announces final season at Jermyn Street Theatre - 6 Mar 2017

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