“Kolbe’s Gift” is a play produced by the Catholic theatre company Ten Ten at The Leicester Square Theatre in the heart of the West End.
It tells the story of St Maximilian Kolbe, who gave his life for another in the Auschwitz concentration camp, and the impact on Franek Gajowniczec, the man whose life was saved. Endorsed by Archbishop Vincent Nichols, the production provides an opportunity to deepen our faith and share it with others. It runs from 1-5 October.
Tickets cost between £12.50 and £20. To book, visit www.kolbesgift.com or phone the theatre box office on 08448 733433. Archbishop Vincent Nichols said: “I am delighted to offer my support to Ten Ten in their production. As a boy, I was very inspired by the story of Maximilian Kolbe. I hope that this play inspires many people today to emulate his profound life of prayer which resulted in an act of total self-giving.”