Here you can find some of Anya17’s latest video clips and coverage on the Radio, TV and in the Press.
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Like Anya17, an estimated 800,000 young women and children are deceived and trafficked into the EU every year to fuel the growing sex trade. Repeatedly gang raped and beaten, the girls can be forced to work for 16 hours, having sex with up to 30 men a day. It's happening every day… on your doorstep, so get involved!
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Anya17 TV + Press
17 October 2012 Anya17 at Anti-Slavery Day Media Awards 2012
Anya17 has won an award
for 'Best stage or film production dealing with human trafficking' at the Human Trafficking Foundation Media Awards 2012
which were held at the Speaker's House in London on 17th October, on the eve of Anti-Slavery Day.
7 March 2012 Anya17 Opera Pre-World Premiere Coverage by BBC TV North West
Interviews and pre-world premiere footage of Anya17 in Liverpool with BBC Reporter Stuart Flinders on BBC TV North West. Stuart catches a glimpse of the last rehearsal and talks to Composer Adam Gorb, principal Andrea Tweedale (Anya), and Brenda Garner from Stop The Traffik.
6 March 2012 Wessex FM News
'Dorset Poet's Opera Ready For Premiere'
30 November 2011 Anya17 Audition Rushes - Natalia's 'Broadway' aria
In a deliberate and dramatically effective departure from Anya17's predominately classical content, a deeply disturbing Broadway parody reveals Natalia's childhood introduction to the hidden world of Sex Trafficking. Film by James Shilton
23 November 2011 Anya17 on BBC News
BBC News report on the Anya17, the first Opera to raise awareness of Sex Trafficking. Interviews with Adam Gorb, Ben Kaye and Penny Bartlett.
11 November 2011 Blackmore Vale Magazine
'The View From North Dorset'