Morris Winslow and his wife Rachel are about to celebrate the bar mitzvah of their younger son Andrew in London in May 1967. A crisis is brewing in the Middle East with Arab states threatening to annihilate Israel. Morris' sister Yardena and her husband arrive from Israel to attend the bar mitzvah. Morris and Yardena have not seen each other since 1939 when she left their home in Poland for Palestine. Morris has never told anyone what he went through during the war or how he survived. During this play, old wounds will be bared, traumas explored and we will see the effect on all of Morris' loved ones. Meanwhile, Morris' elder son Charlie is interested only in one thing --the biggest soccer game of the year -- the Cup Final. We explore the relationship between ordinary life and extraordinary events.