Anne received her diary as a present for her 13th birthday. It chronicles the life of a teenage girl, against the background of the family living in hiding from the Nazis.
Despite the awfulness of their situation, the play sparkles with Anne’s spirit and vivacity, shown in some of her most The Diary of Anne Frank, written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, was first performed in 1955. This version is newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman. Jane Wilton is directing the play. Performances are at the Strutt Centre, Belper at 7.30pm from March 18-21. There is also a matinee at 2.30pm on Saturday.
Tickets are £8 with £7 concessions for the first night only. To book, or for further information, call 01335 370827 or 07582 416610, or book online at http://www.belperplayers.com