Students from St Anne's, Enfield County and Highlands to witness one woman play about the Holocaust

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Schoolchildren will watch a performance to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.

Susan Stein will perform her one woman play Etty to 120 schoolchildren from St Ann’s in Oakthorpe Road, Enfield County in Holly Walk, and Highlands in Worlds End Lane, on Monday, January 27.

The play is about the diaries and letters of Etty Hillesum, a young Dutch Jewish student living in Amsterdam.

She was murdered by the Nazis on November 30, 1943 in Auschwitz/Birkenau. She was 29 years old.

Not only will the students witness the play at the Dugdale Centre in London Road, Enfield, but an art gallery will be on show, created by Holocaust survivor and Palmers Green resident Moshe Galili.

The exhibition, called Watch Out, will be showcased at the centre until February 17 with all painting based on experiences of Moshe at a Nazi camp in Budapest.

There will also be an evening event with councillors and Mayor of Enfield Chaudhury Anwar MBE.

For more information, telephone 020 83793113.

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