Tag Archives: Holocaust

Valentine’s Day focus – a love that still loves even when hatred seems more logical…

What is Valentine’s Day? A day that is all about love… But what is love? Lots of things!  Romantic love, parental love, sibling love, the love of  family and friends…even workmates! May your Valentine’s Day include all of these and more! And then there is the kind of love that loves in the face of […]

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Emerging from the shadow of the Holocaust – my three transitional moments

Today is Holocaust Memorial Day around the world.  At the UK’s Holocaust Memorial Day Trust website you can touchingly light a memorial candle.  Please do! Over the weekend, there are Holocaust Memorial services taking place around the UK, and across the world.  Asked “what would you like everyone to do on HMD 2011″ Cathy Ashley, Chair of […]

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Lilia – refugee from the Nazis, Oscar nominee, and grandmother comes to London (as a play).

Two key aspects of my life as a child of Jewish Holocaust survivors come together on stage in a delightful drama being performed at Hampstead’s 60-seater Pentameters Theatre, above The Horseshoe pub on Heath Street.  (Playing every night at 8pm, except Mondays, from now till November 13, and on Sunday afternoons at 5pm. Firstly, I […]

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