The story of a Victorian policeman who tried to stop the trafficking of English girls to powerful men in the 1880s

A totally true account of real events.

Some of these young women were traded into brothels in Paris and Brussels. Others were duped into working for customer tips in cafes-concerts like the infamous Folies-Bergere. Was Manet's iconic 1881-2 painting a comment on this English trade?

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The Brits at the Folies-Bergère?

A new interpretation of Edouard Manet’s final masterpiece,
A Bar at the Folies-Bergère (1881-2)


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Highlights

  • Historical narrative
  • Grooming scandal
  • True story
  • Victorian London
  • Underworld of exploitation
  • Investigative journalism
  • Dark secrets
  • Double standards