A Holocaust survivor, who lives in Eastbourne, is sharing her story to inspire women.
Dorit Oliver-Woolf, who went on to become a famous singer in Germany, has also written a book about her life, which is up for a national award.
Dorit, will be talking about her extra-ordinary life tomorrow (12 September) at the Crown and Anchor in Marine Parade at 7.00pm to raise funds for WayfinderWoman.
Chairperson Laura Murphy said, “We can’t thank Dorit enough for agreeing to do this. She is a highly entertaining speaker, bringing humour and poignancy to stories of her life that would have destroyed anyone of a lesser character. She was dancing for the future king of Yugoslavia at four, hiding from German soldiers at six to avoid the holocaust, as a teenager joined a touring dance group performing in seedy night clubs only to become a pop star in Europe before coming to the UK and setting up in business. It’s going to be a great evening. I know people will come away inspired and motivated and she’ll also be signing copies of her book. What more could you ask for!”
Tickets priced at £6.00 can be booked in advance through Eventbrite by searching for, ‘From Yellow Star to Pop Star’, on the door at the Crown and Anchor or phone 0796 9572964 for more details. Doors open at 6.45 and the evening finishes at 9.00pm.