Corrie Remembers comes to Brentwood in 2017

"Corrie Remembers" with Susan Sandager came to Brentwood Theatre in March 2017

Corrie Remembers" is a powerful one-woman dramatization featuring Susan Sandager  who takes the stage in tribute to the legendary Dutch Christian Holocaust Rescuer, the late Corrie ten Boom. 

Ten Boom was a woman who left a special legacy, born out of her experiences in the Dutch Resistance and her nightmare at Ravensbruk concentration camp. She was one of those rare individuals (Righteous Gentiles the Jewish people would call her) motivated to act because of her beliefs. She and her family helped hundreds of  Jews escape the Nazis. While her family perished in Nazi concentration camps, Corrie was released by mistake. She spent the rest of her life speaking to the world about faith, hope, love, forgiveness and reconciliation.

Convincingly attired as the stooped grey-haired 85-year old Corrie, Sandager recounts the harrowing true story.  It is a riveting tale woven with humour and faith and heartbreak —and ultimately a  triumph over evil.  

28-19InAction was pleased to be partnering with the Brentwood Theatre and  Sandager presentations to bring Corrie Remembers to Brentwood on the 14th & 15th March 2017 which saw three packed out performances

 

David Burrowm MP stated "I was delighted to host the presentation by Susie Sandager of Corrie ten Boom’s life and  ministry in the House of Commons. It was a timely and fitting event during the national remembrance of the Holocaust. Susie’s Corrie was a remarkably vivid and meaningful portrayal of an extraordinary woman and servant of Our Lord.      

David Burrowes MP  Member of Parliament for Enfield Southgate"