Presented as part of the International Playwrights Season: A Genesis Foundation Project.
The Latvians who fought for the Third Reich and halted the Red Army parade as heroes every year through the streets of Riga. As a growing number of young Russians campaign to halt the ‘fascist’ march, their Latvian counterparts join the veterans in commemoration.
When teenager Anya becomes a political activist, her father’s attempts to calm the situation stir up a storm of extremist patriotism.
The Sunday Times Full Review
a little masterpiece of power, wit, and heart relevant to everywhere... Pure, brilliant theatreLibby Purves
The Times Full Review
The simple, elegant staging further intensifies the mixed moods of black humour, desolate pathos and dark foreboding in Michael Longhurst's splendidly acted production... unreservedly recommended *****Paul Taylor