Join Croydon Amnesty Group at East Croydon station as we sing carols in the evening rush hour to raise money for Amnesty. All welcome - even if you think you can't sing, the more the merrier!
Croydon Amnesty Group will be encouraging shoppers at Croydon's Whitgift Centre to take a break from their festive spending this Saturday and sign a greetings card to a prisoner of conscience.
See the Croydon CItizen's review of Swithin Fry's performance of Dear Tim: Echoes of Death Row held at the Croydon Youth Theatre on the 17th October:
Dear Croydon: Tremedous thanks!
My last blog post before Saturday: I spoke with Tim yesterday, Thursday, via video-visitation, a type of Skype. With his last appeal looming, his emotions are, obviously, very mixed, though he is greatly buoyed by the thought of more...
This time next week and I will be travelling to Croydon ready for 'Dear Tim' the next day. I'm very much looking forward to it; I have had such brilliant support both from Croydon Amnesty and CYTO.
When I came up for a planning meeting with Croydon Amnesty and CYTO members, we divi’d up a list of 'to do-s’. One of my tasks was to contact some local celebrities.
I'm Swithin Fry and this is my second blog post before my performance of 'Dear Tim: Echoes of Death Row' at CYTO’s Shoestring Theatre on Saturday, October 17.
I'm Swithin Fry and in just over three weeks I'll be performing 'Dear Tim: Echoes of Death Row' in Croydon thanks to Croydon Amnesty and CYTO, the Croydon Youth Theatre Organisation.
Come and see "Dear Tim" about Tim Coleman, inmate number A328139 who has been on death row in the US for 18 years for aggravated murder.