Sophie, along with her brother Hans, published underground anti-Nazi leaflets calling for the peaceful overthrow of Hitler.
This timely and provocative play tells her story and explores the role that German citizens played in the rise of Hitler. This play examines the moral strength and courage that led a group of young people to risk their lives for a righteous, dangerous cause. This production marks the 75th anniversary of Sophie Scholl’s execution.
Seven-time Off West End Award Nominated Arrows & Traps Theatre return to the Jack after their sold-out run of Chekhov’s Three Sisters.
Afterwards, everyone will certainly know and remember the story of Sophie Scholl
A poignant and beautiful play which reclaims the story of Sophie Scholl, a young heroine of the resistance against Hitler
Iaonnou is outstanding as Sophie, vibrant, energetic, charming but will a steely determination to think and feel for herself