The Tin Ring, the amazing true story of holocaust survivor Zdenka Fantlova, will return to The Lowry following a hugely successful tour and a sell-out world premiere in The Lowry Studio.
The production received Grants for the arts funding and has been applauded by the Arts Council for attracting a truly diverse range of people, from schools, students and senior citizens to refugee and asylum networks to theatre, with half of The Lowry audience being first time visitors.
It is testament to the power of Zdenka’s story, a tale of great love in the face of adversity, and the triumph of the human spirit during one of the greatest atrocities of the 20th century, which has brought people of all ages, nations and backgrounds into the theatre to hear it told.
The Tin Ring will be performed at The Lowry on Mon 14 & Tue 15 October and Jane Arnfield will resume her role in this extraordinary one-woman production, which since its opening night at The Lowry has been invited to Norway, Poland and Westminster to be performed.
Read the full article on the success of The Tin Ring on The Arts Council website:
Jane Arnfield in The Tin Ring. Photo credit Keith Pattison.
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