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★★★★★

"Superb… it is a tribute to performance, writing and production that the play is received in rapt silence underscored by stifled sobbing"

The Guardian 

★★★★★

"This bleak and magnificent memory play should be required viewing"

The Daily Mail

★★★★

"A fascinating piece of theatre… brave and exciting"

What's On Stage

★★★★

"A powerful addition to the Holocaust canon"

Jewish Chronicle

★★★★

"Extraordinary" "Powerful"

The Arts Desk

★★★★

"Enthralling... A timely and darkly beautiful piece of work"

Reviews Hub

★★★★

"An epic galvanising drama"

Financial Times Review

CREATIVES

Dmitry Glukhovsky - Writer

Maxim Didenko - Director

Galya Solodovnikova - Designer

Louis Lebee - Composer

Alex Musgrave - Lighting Designer

Julian Starr - Sound Designer

Alex Firth - Technical Maniger

Isabella Van Braeckel - Associate Set & Costume Designer

Oleg Mikhailov - Video Designer

Maria Zemlinskaya - Assistant Director

Helena Palmer CDG - Casting Director

Ekaterina Kashyntseva - Producer

Oliver King for Belka Productions - Producer

Wild Yak - General Management

Mark Senior - Production Photography

 The White Factory

Marylebone Theatre
14 September - 4th November 2023

Spanning several decades, The White Factory explores the life of Yosef Kaufman, a Holocaust survivor from Łódź, haunted by his wartime experiences as he tries to build a new future in 1960’s Brooklyn.

This is the world premiere of a daring collaboration between Ukrainian, Russian and British creatives, led by writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, author of the bestselling Metro2033 franchise, and visionary theatre director Maxim Didenko – both of whom are political exiles and vehemently outspoken critics of the war against Ukraine.

 

This heart-wrenching drama of love, endurance, despair and hope follows one man’s journey from the Łódź ghetto of 1940s Poland to ‘sixties America, where the possibility of a new life is tested to the limit by the remnants of his past.

Produced by Oliver King and Ekaterina Kashyntseva for Belka Productions, and managed by Wild Yak.

CAST

Rachel Barry - Swing / Ensemble 

Olivia Bernstone - Shoshe / Ensemble 

Pearl Chanda - Rivka / Barbara 

James Garnon - Koppe 

Lewis Hart - Shloyme / Ensemble

Cameron Mccolm - Swing / Ensemble 

Mark Quartley - Yosef

Adrian Schiller - Rumkowski / Old Ezekiel 

Matthew Spencer - Lange / Mordkhe 

Lucas Alermann - Volf

Paul-Hector Antoine - Hermann 

Leo Franky - Volf

Aron Yacobi - Hermann 

Offie Finalists
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