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'The Hiding Place' comes to Salisbury

by Michael Ford last modified 16 Oct, 2019 11:59 AM

A Salisbury church is hosting a play that tells the story of a Christian woman who fought the Nazi persecution of the Jewish Community in Holland.

The Yeovil-based Oddments Theatre presentation of ‘The Hiding Place’, the story of Corrie ten Boom in Nazi occupied Holland, will be performed at St Mark's Church on Saturday 23rd November.

Corrie was born on April 15, 1892 in Haarlem, Holland, and her Christian family were outraged at the German occupation in the Second World War, and the constant persecution of the Jewish community.

Her sister Betsie and father Casper join Corrie and thousands of others in the unceasing resistance of God’s underground. Their refusal to stand by and watch the horrendous Nazi onslaught, and their faith that prevails throughout their subsequent suffering of the Second World War’s darkest terrors, continue to inspire all of those who encounter Corrie’s incredible story.

Oddments is one of the few full-time Christian Theatre Companies in the UK. Based in Yeovil, Somerset, Oddments is a registered charity reaching out to churches, schools, and prisons.

'The Hiding Place' is brought to the stage by 6 performers, and the production has been hailed as "a powerful performance showing how God's love can overcome hatred and evil" and "an inspiration to us all".

Tickets £11 in advance or £13 on the door from or church reps. Also available online at

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