Dublin Theatre Festival


The End of Everything Ever
Venue The Ark, A Cultural Centre For Children
Date 10 Oct 12.15pm, 7.00pm
11 Oct - 12 Oct 2.00pm, 4.30pm
Duration 1hr 15mins

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'The End of Everything Ever' Proudly supported by<br><br>Norwegian Embassy

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Agata is 6 years old, and she is going to the railway station with her father. He smiles at her and seems very happy, but Agata has the strange feeling that she will never see him again. The train journey is long and tiring and Agata is getting very hungry. Without thinking, she begins to chew on the paper name-tag around her neck and, with every clickety-click of the train wheels on the rails, she very slowly obliterates her name and address. She becomes a child with no family, no name and no way to find her home again – so who is she then? 

Accompanied by live music, The End of Everything Ever draws on true stories and accounts of the Kindertransport – 10,000 Jewish children who were saved by their parents' decision to send them out of Nazi occupied Europe. The award-winning NIE shine a light into some of our continent's darkest history and emerge with a story of survival, love and hope.

Ages 10+

“Fascinating, exciting and magical.” The Guardian

We Feel...
A deeply moving and uplifting story told by an excellent international cast in a brilliantly physical theatrical style.