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3 - 29 Oct  



Craft Theatre presents

A Nazi Comparison


Clare, A young woman at university happens upon an English translation of a play written by Hitler’s favourite playwright and it upsets her entire world view. She can’t help but see strong parallels in how the media was manipulated then, and now.

Filled with anxiety that the world she lives in is not as noble as everyone is led to believe, she digs deeper, and deeper and deeper. Jumps down a rabbit hole that eventually isolates her from everyone she knows and loves. Her friends shun her, her parents demean her, her work fires her, her teachers expel her. If the truth is the truth then why won’t anyone listen?

Her anger consumes her. Her thoughts turn extreme, she finds extremists to confide in... and they begin planning, something dangerous..

On Clare’s quest for truth, does she become her worst fear, or reveal her worst fear?


Ryan Prescott: Film Vampire Academy, Gatecrasher, Doctors.

Miranda Shamiso: Man on Bench (Tate), Endurance (Tristan Bates Theatre), OLU (Pleasance).

Thomas Thoroe: Red 2, Black Mirror, Razors, Castor and Pollax(ENO), The God of Hell.

Rita Du Vale Capela: Sya, I Love IT, Dancin' Days.

Lucas John Mahoney: Dante's Inferno, A Question of Consent.

Helen Foster: Improvathon, Dante's Inferno, The Diver, The God of Hell, Dog Years.

Craig Edgely: The God of Hell, Humanitarian efforts in Palestine, and Grenfell Volunteering.

Louise Goodfield: Dante's Inferno, One and 1/2 Glasses of Wine.

Sajjad Pal: Copenhagen Film and Theatre School, Nazzam Sakka, Perfect Pair.


Craft Theatre, one of the top fringe theatre companies in London, brings you their newest piece, fast paced thriller ‘A Nazi Comparison’. Devised from ‘Shalateger’ by Hanns Johst (Poet Laureate to the Third Reich), contemporary political rhetoric, buried facts, intense drama, physical feats, and nuance storytelling; to bring you one of the most controversial pieces to hit London since Edward Bond’s Saved…







Show Times:
Tues to Sat at 7.30pm
Sun at 4pm
Running time approx.120 mins with an interval
Strictly No Latecomers Admitted.
Tickets: £15/ £13 Concession*
Early Bird £12 (Book by Sept 19)
No Booking Fees . Allocated seating
*(Students: Unwaged: Over 60’s: Equity: Disabled:
Lambeth Resident.)