Catherine Comfort's play about hero Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat who saved
thousands of Jews in Nazi-occupied Budapest.
This is a short review as I am doing this by iPhone. Amazingly there are no reviews
of this fabulous play! Shame on you audience! I went to see this last night and the
clapping lasted a full five minutes! A sterling performance, accomplished actors
, a dynamic script and wonderful film support. This is a must-view play! Never mind
if you prefer cinema - go and see this! An enthralling story .
From the Swindon Advertiser 14th September 2009
OTTC Swindon at Swindon Arts Centre
Stephen Lowe’s Ragged Trousered Philanthropists.
The performance relied on the dialogue between the actors with powerful monologues
(especially by John Marshall’s Tom Harlow), which captured the tension and edginess
of the consequential sufferings of the workers, the audience was compelled to feel