Back in January this year we were very pleased to host Agnes Kaposi for several events as part of Echo Eternal’s Horizon’s festival. Agnes was born in Hungary and started school just at the outbreak of World War II. Many
This poem is one of the results of two workshops held by FOLIO Sutton Coldfield in January 2021, in conjunction with Echo Eternal. In these workshops we learned about and listened to Agnes Kaposi and her experience of the Holocaust.
February marks LGBT+ history month. This is a month-long celebration of LGBT+ history, art, culture, and LGBT+ rights. For those who may not identify into the LGBT+ community this is a great opportunity to learn. We’ve been posting author and
Here at FOLIO we love supporting our local authors, and so we’re delighted to be helping Shaun Hand launch his debut novel set in Sutton Coldfield. Book your free place here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9vzBAtSFQg2YRc5TVxYARA
To commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day FOLIO Sutton Coldfield, Echo Eternal and Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Hall are delighted to announce a collaborative response, as part of Horizons Festival, to this year’s theme: ‘Be the Light in the Darkness”. On Holocaust
FOLIO recently announced a new and on-going relationship with with Echo Eternal and in particular with Holocaust survivor, Agnes Kaposi. Agnes was born in Hungary and started school just at the outbreak of World War II. Many of her family
Full details: http://foliosuttoncoldfield.org.uk/be-the-light/
FOLIO Sutton Coldfield is honoured and humbled to announce the start of a new and ongoing relationship with Echo Eternal and in particular with Holocaust survivor, Agnes Kaposi. Agnes was born in Hungary and started school just at the outbreak