Secret Listeners at The Jewish Museum 20/1/2013

Secret Listeners at The Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum
Sunday 20th January 2012
THE SECRET LISTENERS is a  Heritage Lottery Fund project based on the German and Austrian Jewish refugees who worked as Secret Listeners for the government during World War Two.

 In July 2012, we focused on Trent Park where German prisoners of war were bugged.
Our site-specific performance honoured the listeners and revealed evidence of the conversations that were recorded. This was rehearsed and performed with volunteers who were mentored by theatre and arts professionals as this is a learning project. We are also continuing to interview refugees as part of our outreach.
On January 20 we will present a short performance by young people from Edgware District Reform Synagogue inspired by those texts. This will be followed by a  film which shows the work done at Trent Park. A panel including Fritz Lustig, who worked as a Secret Listener during the war, Thomas Kampe, director of the installation, Mark Norfolk, film-maker, Jonathan Meth, educational team leader. Lesley Lightfoot from Trent Park/Middlesex University and Julia Pascal, producer, will reveal how such a large project was mounted. After this there is  Question and Answer time for the audience.

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