The Singer of Shanghai 31st Jan 23
The Singer of Shanghai explores the experiences of the Jewish refugees in Shanghai, China, during World War II and celebrates their courage and also the compassion of the Chinese people who offered them refuge. The play was performed by drama students at Broughton High School as part of Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations on 31st January 2023. The performance was directed by the playwright who is a renowned historian and expert on the Jewish refugees of Shanghai, Professor Kevin Ostoyich of Valparaiso University, USA.
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These two events were inspired by the COP26 Environmental Conference in November 2021. We are grateful to our funders (National Lottery Community Fund Awards for All, Netherlee & Clarkston Charitable Trust and Fanny & Moray Glasser Charitable Trust), venues (Reid School of Music and Salisbury Centre), our workshop partner Edinburgh Interfaith Association and all our presenters and performers.
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