Death is not the greatest loss, the greatest loss is what dies within us while being alive.

Lost Land, dismissed love, childhood friends whose paths cross in a future not of their design.
Choosing to stand up, fight and resist, questioning:
“You can write about anything in this world but can you change anything in it?”

Lost Land is a new production by The Freedom Theatre. The play is based on the novel Le Grand Meaulnes by Alain Fournier, one of the most famous French novels of the twentieth century.


Thursday, November 21st – opening
Friday, November 22nd
Saturday, November 23rd
Wednesday, November 27th

All performances at 16:00
The Freedom Theatre, Jenin Refugee Camp

No pre-booking is necessary but please come in good time to be sure to get a seat. Admission is free but donations to The Freedom Theatre are welcome.

For directions to The Freedom Theatre, please see Visit Us.

Lost Land is supported by Sida, as part of the PAN program, the Swedish Postcode Lottery, Institut Francais – Jerusalem, and the Roddick Foundation.