The legendary British Jewish actress Maureen Lipman has spoken about her experience of being caught up in the ISIS terrorist attack in London on Saturday night, paying tribute to the “remarkable spirit” displayed by the British people in the ensuing hours and days.
Lipman — whose credits include a starring role in Roman Polanski’s 2002 film about the Holocaust, “The Pianist” — told The Algemeiner that she had been performing in the play “Lettuce and Lovage” at the Menier Chocolate Factory near Borough Market when the incident occurred. The three terrorists embarked on a stabbing spree in the market after ramming their van into pedestrians on London Bridge.
“We did a second show on Saturday and the police came in at the end,” Lipman said. “I thought, ‘Oh my God, they’ve done it again.’ They kept the audience and the players back for a little while and then they slowly let us out.”
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