The Laws of War is an original 90 minute piece written by Richard Bean, Ash Ditta, David Grossman, Kate Hardie, Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Polly Stenham, Tom Stoppard, Jack Thorne and Debbie Tucker Green, directed by Jeremy Herrin, and produced by award-winning film and television producer Judy Counihan on behalf of Human Rights Watch.
According to press material: “Drawing on the global experience of Human Rights Watch from Sri Lanka to Georgia, from the Democratic Republic of Congo and right to the heart of our own country, The Laws of War follows the fortunes of a rookie Human Rights Watch officer as she witnesses, close up and personal, the constant struggle to uphold the increasingly fragile framework of law relating to human rights.”
Human Rights Watch is an organisation dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world. Their mission statement is to “stand with victims and activists to prevent discrimination, to uphold political freedom, to protect people from inhumane conduct in wartime, and to bring offenders to justice.”
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Following its sold-out comedy night at the Hackney Empire last year, award-winning homeless people's theatre company Cardboard Citizens is bringing its fundraising gala Bums On Seats to the West End on 14 June.
Staged at the Lyric Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue (current home of Thriller Live), the evening will feature a line-up of comics including Stewart Lee, Daniel Kitson, Robin Ince and Josie Long, as well as “surprise appearances from the Cardboard Citizens crew”.
All proceeds will support Cardboard Citizens' workshops, development and employability support programmes for homeless people. Click here for tickets.
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