Peter is a camp survivor. Born in Hungary 1939, in 1944 he was deported with his parents to the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen in Germany. His father did not survive, but Peter and his mother were liberated and made their way back to Hungary. Peter qualified as a Doctor and defected to England in 1968 where he established a successful career in academic medicine and latterly as a published author and playwright.
Don't hate people whose ideology, religion, political views, outlook at life, sexual preference, is not the samePeter Lantos
2021 Festival overview & film
We worked across 5 areas, expanding geographically, from Birmingham and Coventry to include North Warwickshire, Liverpool and London.
Horizons – Live performance film
Re-live Horizons at Town Hall Birmingham, by CORE Education Trust, Dulwich College and LIPA Students, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and Autin Dance Theatre
Released by Echo Eternal on 15th April 2020 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Belsen of British troops on that date in 1945