The End of Everything Ever

“The exceptional ensemble combines exquisite, highly physical acting and wonderfully integrated live music…” – The Daily Telegraph

Agata is 6 years-old and is going to the railway station with her father. Everyone seems very happy, only Agata has the strange feeling that she will never see her father again. On the train, overcome with tiredness and hunger, she absent-mindedly chews on the paper name-tag tied around her neck…

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… and very slowly consumes her name and address, and erases any chance of returning back home again. Drawing on true stories and accounts of the Kindertransport, NIE shines a light onto some of Europe’s darkest history and emerges with a story of survival, love and hope. Nicholas Winton was the main initiator of the transports saving children before the second world war broke out.

“A lifetime of laughter and tears packed into 70 minutes – utterly wonderful.” Onstage Scotland

The End of Everything Ever was developed at the Theatre Drak in Hradec Kralove and in the small village of Mseno (both located in the Czech Republic), before receiving its world premiere at The Junction, Cambridge in September 2005. It has since been performed to audiences across the world, including China and South Korea. The is part of the European Narratives Trilogy, together with My Long Journey Home and Past Half Remembered.

Director: Alex Byrne; Artistic Input/Dramaturgy: Kjell Moberg; Scenography: Kateřina Housková; Musical Director: David Pagan; Cast: Iva Moberg, Kjell Moberg, Bára Latalova, David Hlaváč/David Pagan/Rew Lowe, Tomáš Měcháček/Kieran Edwards, Robert Orr.

Supported by Arts Council England, Norwegian Ministry of foreign affairs, The Municipality of Fredrikstad and Østfold County, in co-production with The Junction, Cambridge.