Everyone is welcome to join any event.
The full programme is:
Monday 28th January 2019
3pm Bridge Chapel – short service, readings, poems, music – all welcome
A reflective service followed by the stone setting act of commemoration at the trees on Cathedral Green.
4pm Bosnian & Herzegovina Centre (Curzon Street)
Presentations from Bosnian refugees in Derby.
All welcome – not tickets required
6pm Service at Derby Cathedral – including involvement from a number of local schools. All welcome – no tickets required
7:30pm QUAD ( 2 hr programme – FREE – tickets need to be booked through QUAD Box Office HERE)
Key note speaker: Ruth Barnett
“Ruth Barnett, 83, was born in 1935, in a Germany that was already descending into Nazi tyranny. Her Jewish father was a judge who had been deprived of his post and frogmarched out of his court by the SS in 1933; her non-Jewish mother ran a cinema-advertising business in Berlin. “We had a brilliant future in front of us until the Nazis came to power,” she says.”
Full Guardian article on Ruth Barnett HERE
The QUAD programme also includes:
Voices – personal stories of current day Anti-semitism and Islamaphobia
Crich Junior School – work with refugees
Phil Tomlinson – Jewish Klezmer music
Spoken word / song from Gypsy Liaison Group – Tom Macready
Poem on this year’s theme
Interview with Ahmed – on being an asylum seeker, “stateless”, and his time in detention
Armenian Genocide/Holodomor recognition by Derby City Council
Bosnian Group – music, dance and spoken word
Tuesday 29th January 2019
9:30pm Showing of “Into the Arms of Strangers”
After the showing there will be a Q&A with Ruth Barnett.
Tickets through QUAD box office.
Friday 1st February 2019
Ukrainian Music Event at Multi-Faith Centre ( at University of Derby) 7:30pm
Ticketing arrangements to be advised