• The Telegraph

    The Independent

    Daily Express

    Mail on Sunday

  • 'A production of exceptional depth and emotional intelligence'

    Daily Telegraph

    'Searing Theatre'

    The Times

    'Deeply moving, beautifully acted... Essential viewing'

    The Independent

    'An astonishing performance'

    Daily Express

  • 'The most moving play I think I have ever seen'

    Sussex Express

    'An evening you may never forget'

    New York Post

    'Gloriously uplifting'

    West Sussex County Times

    'A stunning production that proves the power of great theatre'

    thelatest.co.uk

  • 'A breathtaking theatrical experience like no other'

    Public Reviews

    'Deeply moving... thrilling drama'

    Milton Keynes Citizen

    'Top class performances'

    Remote Goat

    'Nothing short of breath-taking…. a must-see'

    BreakALeg

  • STARRING

    MAGGIE STEED

    AND

    JANET DIBLEY

  • Love and lies sometimes
    travel hand in hand...

KINDERTRANSPORT

As the clouds of war gather in 1930’s Germany, a desperate mother forces her nine year old daughter onto a train, sending her out of danger and into the arms of strangers.

In peaceful, suburban, 1980’s England, a proud mother prepares to say farewell to her grown-up daughter, as she cuts the ties of childhood to leave the family home.

Then a chance discovery opens an unhealed wound.

A Hall & Childs Production

Why Kindertransport?

"When we first read Diane Samuels’ Kindertransport play, both of us were deeply moved, astonished and thrilled. We knew immediately that we wanted to do this play. The combination of extraordinary insight into the complexity of the relationship between mothers and daughters, the imaginative theatricality of the conceit of the piece and the raw power of the emotional revelations that are unleashed on the audience is a challenging, engaging and intoxicating mixture.

We are delighted that audiences and reviewers alike are experiencing the same response to Kindertransport."

Andrew Hall and Tracey Childs