The Show Must Go On Documentary – Guesting with old friends – Miss Hannigan – Who cares if…? (Non-Human Rights Projectt0


This is a brand new TV documentary, which explores for the first time, how Queen and Adam came together, and, against all the odds, a new Queen era was born. Soon to be aired around the world, I am told. But ABC Network produced this piece, in collaboration with our team, so the USA gets the first showing. Enjoy !


Guesting with old friends - Mott The Hoople by Vanesa González
Shepherd’s Bush Empire 26 April 2019

Tonight (26 April) – guesting with some old friends – Mott the Hoople ! Left to right – Ian Hunter, Joe Elliott, Stan Tippins. Singing ‘All the Young Dudes’. Also playing one of the greatest rock anthems ever – ‘All the Way from Memphis’. Thanks Vanesa González


Miss Hannigan’s final night ! Here’s my amazing lady wife Anita tonight with Jenny Gayner and Richard Meek on stage in the musical ‘Annie’ at Bradford Alhambra. So proud of her 3 month run doing 8 shows a week all around the UK to great acclaim. Anita Dobson is precious and unique. I don’t deserve to be so lucky !

Shackled elephant

Who cares if a highly intelligent and sensitive non-human mammal is kept in chains, condemned to slavery, denied any access to their family, and made to perform tricks for the amusement of humans ? Who cares ?

Second picture – meet Steve and Gail Wise.

Bri  Steve and Gail Wise, and Anne Brummer

They care. And so do we. Steve, founder of the Non-Human Rights Project has dedicated his life to changing the way the Human Race treats animals. He has championed individual elephants like this, and primates too, in a coordinated campaign to assign them rights in law which would prevent them being denied their freedom, and kept in painful and degrading situations. These are the people in the world that Save Me Trust and I are proud to collaborate with, changing the world inch by inch for the benefit of the creatures we should be sharing this planet with, and treating with dignity. You’ll be hearing more of Steve Wise here.

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