bloominauschwitz returns for a limited run after a sell-out success at The New Theatre in 2019.
Richard Fredman‘s play is a flamboyant investigation of identity and belonging, combining highly physical theatre with the sheer joy of the spoken word.
bloominauschwitz is a one-person Odyssey of Herculean proportions: powerful, emotive and thought-provoking.
Meet Leopold Bloom. Kidney-loving man of Dublin, hero of James Joyce’s great novel Ulysses and worldwide phenomenon. As usual, it’s 16 June 1904. But something is very wrong. Visitations from the future, ghosts from the past, and the haunting question, “Who am I and where do I come from?!”
Escaping the bounds of his book, Bloom embarks on a quest to discover his Jewish heritage and plunges head-first into the dark heart of European history.