Shoah mu­sic

The Jewish Chronicle - - LIFE - Is at the China Exchange on May 4. and David Fleesh­man

world of in­trigue, racism and prej­u­dice when asked to write a Jewish view of Henry’s first di­vorce. He’s the sub­ject of play­wright Sa­matha El­lis’s lat­est, which is per­formed by the East 15 Act­ing School at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch May 18-20 and prom­ises “a world of mu­sic, glam­our, flir­ta­tion and grip­ping po­lit­i­cal ten­sion.” www.queens-theatre.co.uk

MU­SI­CIAN NICK Strim­ple has compiled a con­cert of mu­sic com­posed and per­formed dur­ing the Holo­caust. The con­cert in­cludes Max Helf­man’s Die Naye Hagode, a can­tata about the War­saw Ghetto Up­ris­ing.

Al­though not Jewish him­self, Nick Strim­ple was ap­pointed in 1985 by the Czech gov­ern­ment to ex­ten­sively re­search mu­sic of the Holo­caust, a path he’s fol­lowed ever since. This is the first time in sev­eral decades that he has per­formed in Lon­don. www.pure­land­series. com (Sub­ma­rine, Glue, Bal­let Shoes)

(Death of a Sales­man, Glen­garry Glen Ross). Land.

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Nick Strim­ple

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