23.11.2011 [WhatsOnStage.com] - Souvenir d'AnneFrank on 21 and 22 March is an Ensemble presentation concerned with a young Japanese girl and the rose named for the Dutch Jewish girl who died in a concentration camp just before the end of the Second World War.
April 29: In Amsterdam, Matt Lauer visits the AnneFrank House and speaks to head of collections Teresien da Silva about the young girl whose diary has been translated into dozens... - 29.04.2008, MSNBC
24.11.2011 [Jewish Chronicle] - Visitors to Amsterdam next month will be given a unique chance to see where AnneFrank and her family lived before their lives were torn apart by the Nazis. More than a million tourists every year go to the Anne
24.11.2011 [Evening Standard] - Now the story of Spiegelman's Polish-Jewish parents, Anja and Vladek, has become one of the privileged testimonies of the genre, like Primo Levi's If This Is a Man or the diaries of AnneFrank, raised above other voices and speaking representatively
17.11.2011 [Runcorn and Widnes Weekly News] - A group of 35 pupils from Years 9 and 10 and four staff visited AnneFrank's home – where the young Jewish girl and her family hid from the Nazis for two years before being betrayed and sent to a concentration camp where she died.
16.11.2011 [East Anglian Daily Times] - Souvenir D'AnneFrank is the beautiful story of the Souvenir D'AnneFrank rose, told in song and music by Ensemble. Live piano, violin and cello weave through this new work in a unique music and theatre fusion. The rose is only grown in Japan and is
For someone like me, it is a very strange habit to write in a diary. Not only that I have never written before, but it strikes me that later neither I, nor anyone else, will care for the outpouring of a thirteen year old schoolgirl.
08.11.2011 [TravelBite.co.uk] - It's hard to imagine while walking the city's picture-postcard streets, but a visit to the secret rooms where AnneFrank and her family hid for more than two years helps you to grasp a hint of this dark side of Amsterdam. The best part for me was the
18.11.2011 [Islington Tribune newspaper website] - She lists her heroes as Martin Luther King, Desmond Tutu and AnneFrank. She adds that she owes her career to her tough father, a Jewish Lithuanian immigrant who married an Irish woman. When she was 14, the family came to England from Cork