The Hiding Place - the incredible story of Corrie ten BoomChurch, community event
Compelling drama production by Oddments Theatre Company
St Martin's is delighted to host this compelling drama. In ‘The Hiding Place’, the inspirational and heart wrenching testimony of Corrie ten Boom is brought to life by Oddments, a professional Theatre Company which operates as a registered charity reaching out to churches, schools, and prisons.
Corrie, born in 1892 in Haarlem, Holland, and her Christian family
are outraged at the German occupation in the Second World War, and the constant
persecution of the Jewish community. Their refusal to stand by and watch the
Nazi’s horrendous onslaught, and their faith that prevails throughout their
subsequent suffering of the Second World War’s darkest terrors, continues to
inspire all of those who encounter Corrie’s incredible story.
Described by the audience as - "a powerful performance showing how God’s love can overcome hatred and evil” and - “an inspiration to us all", this is a show not to miss. Corrie and her family’s incredible story is timeless, and with an exciting, rotating stage set, music, and lively stage action, Oddments truly capture the Christian message in a new and encouraging way.
7.30pm (Licensed bar from 6.45pm)
Tickets in advance £10, on the door £12
online from Oddments-theatre.co.uk (small booking charge applies)
or in person from Team Office at St Martin’s