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Now This Is Not The End – Keepsakes evening with the Migration Museum Project
WhenJun 19, 2015 - Jun 19, 2015
24 Ashwin Street, Dalston,
London, E8 3DL
Telephone 020 7503 1646
Now This Is Not The End play & Keepsakes post-show discussion
Friday 19 June⎪Play at 8pm⎪Keepsakes discussion at 9.30pm
Arcola Theatre, Studio 2⎪£17 / £12 concessions⎪Buy tickets at Arcola Theatre website
Rebecca Targett Productions in association with Raising Silver Theatre presents
Now This Is Not The End, 8pm
by Rose Lewenstein
Six decades ago, Eva lived in Berlin. She remembers her house on Essener Straße. It used to have a blue door.
Now her granddaughter Rosie is making the city her home. But just as she begins to plan for her future, Eva’s oncoming dementia causes Rosie to question her family’s past.
As secrets unravel around her, what will Rosie discover? And what will be lost forever?
Now This Is Not The End is the story of three generations of women, two capital cities and one vital struggle to keep memories alive.
Developed at the Royal Court by one of our most exciting emerging playwrights, Rose Lewenstein’s poignant drama asks how the actions of our ancestors shape our future, how we come to have an identity of our own, and what – if anything – it means to have a homeland.
“They’re just stories. There’ll come a point when nobody can remember”
Find out more⎪Jun 03 2015 – Jun 27 2015⎪Buy tickets now
Keepsakes discussion, 9.30pm
Audiences are invited to bring a family keepsake to the post-show discussion where curator Sue McAlpine will use the keepsakes to draw out a discussion about the history and effects of migration. Participants will be given the chance to question how objects embody memory and share the memories individuals’ objects hold. For inspiration for choosing a keepsake to bring, have a look at Sue’s blog and our Keepsakes gallery.