The Green Table
When Hedda Brandt and other members of Kurt Jooss’s dance company flee Germany for Holland in 1933, Hedda imagines she is going to a place free from the prejudice and threats that have overtaken her country. But these are dangerous times and as Nazi Occupation changes lives, Hedda is drawn towards resistance...
Against a background of oppression, disappearances and terror, The Green Table assert the power of dance, resistance and life in this gripping debut novel that takes real events and characters as its starting point. Poignant, sometimes harrowing, and exquisitely written, this is an extraordinary story from a convincing writer.