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Until Sun 27th May

The Beekeeper

@ Waterloo East Theatre, London

Featuring: Blackeyed Theatre

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The Beekeeper: Blackeyed Theatre

December 1944. Monowicze, one of the labour camps at Auschwitz. Amidst the desperation and inhumanity of the Holocaust, an incredible power struggle develops between Kommandant Richard Baer and one of his prisoners, Manachem Stressler, a German Jew who survives by harvesting honey from the camp's bee hives for his captors.

With Russian tanks advancing to liberate the camp, Baer's growing despair pushes both men to their limits as they seek redemption and a return to their humanity. Based on real life events, The Beekeeper is the incredible story of two men, the nature of power and the strength of the human spirit.

Emerging playwright, Michael Ashton, learnt the art of scriptwriting courtesy of the Synergy Theatre Project whilst serving time in prison, and his previous play, The Archbishop and the Antichrist, is to be released as a film directed by Roland Joffe later this year.

Visit www.beekeeperplay.co.uk for further information.

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Venue Facts

Venue: Waterloo East Theatre


Address:
Brad Street
Waterloo

London
SE1 8TN 51.504337, -0.109118

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Website: waterlooeast.co.uk

Bookings: 0207 928 0060


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  → Waterloo East 1 min walk