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THE VIEWS OF THE BRITISH ‘ARTISAN’ OF THE CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS LIVE ON!
The grandson of David Maxwell Fyfe, Tom Blackmore, makes a submission to Dominic Raab’s consultation on plans to review the Human Rights Act. Unusually it is a song cycle.
A FILM FORGED FOR REFLECTION IN LOCKDOWN
DREAMS OF PEACE & FREEDOM : THE HUMAN'S IN THE TELLING
English Cabaret release their film online to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the opening of the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials.
LISTEN ON SOUNDCLOUD
English Cabaret release their recording of Dreams of Peace & Freedom
to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the 100 days that secured Europe's freedom under the law.
'WHO IS SO SAFE AS WE' Rupert Brooke War Sonnet II - Dreams of Peace & Freedom Part IX
VE DAY UPDATE
Dominic Grieve QC, a national leader in human rights and freedom under the law announces his support for the Human's in the Telling in a foreword written for the accompanying scrapbook - Letters, Transcripts, Blogs & Tweets, and English Cabaret launch their podcast performance with family commentary on Soundcloud.
'THE MORE SERIOUS BUSINESS OF HISTORY... DANCES TO THE RHYTHMS OF ANNIVERSARIES'
Martin Conway, Oxford historian
On November 20th it is 75 years since the opening of the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials, whilst on the 4th it is 70 years since the signing of the European Convention on Human Rights.
English Cabaret announce their commemorative plans for the year.
ENGLISH CABARET PERFORMS DREAMS OF PEACE & FREEDOM
BAR TOPOLSKI, SOUTHBANK
To mark the start of a year of commemorations English Cabaret invites you to a special performance of song cycle Dreams of Peace & Freedom in the former studio of Nuremberg artist Feliks Topolski on the Southbank, with an introduction to the ways we are planning to tell our story, why it is important, and to announce a programme of planned events.