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Memory is an intimate exploration of how we choose to remember events and the consequences of those choices. From a group of actors and their director in the rehearsal room, Memory takes us to East Berlin in 1990 just as the wall has come down. A generation later, the Israeli security barrier is going up.
Welsh playwright Jonathan Lichtenstein has written five plays including Moving the Scrolls, Human Rights, Station and The Pull Of Negative Gravity.
Director Terry Hands is a former Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
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