1942, the final desperate days of an orphanage in Warsaw’s Jewish ghetto. Food is scarce, humanity scarcer and yet Dr. Korczak refuses to abandon the young people in his care. In 2018, amidst the refugee crisis and global political turmoil, David Greig’s sobering and tender drama is more relevant and essential than ever.
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**** The Edinburgh Reporter (Lee Levitt)
“Fraser Dodds plays the selfless doctor with a heartfelt reverence”
“Lianne Harris… In an earnest professional stage debut”
*** All Edinburgh Theatre (Sarah Moyes)
“…this poignant production serves to remind us how children all over the world should be treated.”
“Fraser MacRae… is truly captivating as the wild and street-wise Adzio”