In January, Lily was honoured to be part of Holocaust Memorial Day Trust's national ceremony, remembering 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz. English Cabaret's memorial flame artwork, Shining a light on the evidence of Nuremberg, was chosen to feature as part of HMDT's #75memorialflames exhibition which was launched on the same day. Here it is superimposed on the document room of the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg where the evidence of the War Crimes Trials was stored from 1945 - 46.
"It was such a beautiful performance!"
Earlier this month, with English Cabaret Lily was delighted to perform excerpts from Sue Casson's song-cycle, Dreams of Peace & Freedom at Rene Cassin's fellowship programme.
Discover more about our events to commemorate 75 years since the opening of the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials and 70 years since the signing of the European Convention on Human Rights by visiting www.thehumansinthetelling.org/events
This month, we announced the commemorative events and partners for performances of Dreams of Peace & Freedom later in the year.
Discover more about the dates and the significance of each location by visiting www.thehumansinthe
Since World Theatre Day on the 27th March 2020, I have been sharing my #iheartmusicals project online via Instagram and this website. Every week I have shared a new musical history decade, choosing my favourite show and a song cover from it. Catch up on the series so far by visiting my Instagram @lilycasson or from the pull down menu 'Projects.'
In May in the week leading up to VE Day, we announced the launch of our podcast, Dreams of Peace & Freedom : The Human's in the Telling on Soundcloud.
We also continued our social media telling of our tale, reaching out with our story across Europe, to encourage younger
generations to learn why it is important. On Twitter we are sharing letters exchanged between Sylvia and David Maxwell Fyfe whilst he was in Nuremberg, bringing them to life with video, whilst on Instagram, we're sharing snippets of the project, inspired by 7 centres of the story.
See more at www.thehumansinthetelling.org