Wednesday, 24 January, 2018 - 20:00 to 21:00

A special event in memory of Sir Nicholas Winton one of Stowe Schools first pupils back in 1923. He was an extraordinary man who saved so many lives during the time of the Holocaust and who left a lasting legacy of hope.

"Today there are more that 6,000 descendants of the original 669 children rescued by Sir Nicholas. His life serves as an example to us all and we are proud to call him an Old Stoic"
Anthony Wallersteiner - Headmaster

The event, a culmination of work between historians, artist and Stoics will be a profound and humbling testimony of music, art and the spoken word in which the current generation of Stoics pay tribute to one of our first.

Address

Ugland Auditorium
Stowe House
Buckingham
MK18 5EH

Cost

Cost to be confirmed

Primary Organiser Name

Stowe House Preservation Trust

Organiser Phone

01280818012
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Organiser Email

thearts@stowe.co.uk
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Website

https://www.stowe.co.uk/whats-on/arts-at-stowe-spring-2018/holocaust-memorial-the-power-of-words

Attendance details

To reserve seats or to enquire about Arts at Stowe Membership please email thearts@stowe.co.uk or call us on 01280 818012