Kolbe’s Gift is a full-length play written by David Gooderson which tells the story of two men, Fr Maximilian Kolbe, a Franciscan priest, and Franek Gajowniczek, a Polish soldier, whose lives crossed in the most extraordinary way in the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1941. Spanning three decades, Kolbe’s Gift was produced by Ten Ten with a cast of seven actors at The Leicester Square Theatre in Central London. It was seen by over 3,000 people during the course of just one week of performances.
Venue: The Leicester Square Theatre
Writer: David Gooderson
Director: Peter Collins