Nov
29
8:00 PM20:00

Denial

  • Orpheus Cinema, Henleaze, BS9 4HN (map)
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David Hare’s critically acclaimed movie about the lasting memory of the Holocaust. Starring Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall, Denial follows a court case in which US professor Deborah Lipstadt, accused of libeling British historian David Irving when she accused him of being a Holocaust denier, must prove not only her innocence, but also that the Holocaust did in fact happen. Hosted by DAVAR Bristol.

8pm. £5.25, £4.25 concs, £3 students. Orpheus Cinema, Henleaze, BS9 4HN. 087 1230 3200. www.scottcinemas.co.uk

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Nov
16
9:30 PM21:30

Andy Zaltzman: The Bugle Live

Leicester Square Theatre

Acclaimed British comedian Andy Zaltzman, who is of Lithuanian Jewish heritage, presents his successful satirical podcast, The Bugle, live. Aussie comedian Alice Fraser will be joining him on the night, as will London comic Nish Kumar. Throughout the show the trio will unpick the major, minor and made-up stories in the new to humorous effect. 9.30pm. £15 adv. Leicester Square Theatre, WC2H 7BX. www.leicestersquaretheatre.com

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Nov
15
6:30 PM18:30

JEWISH BOOK WEEK: An Evening with Matthew Weiner

Waterstones Piccadilly

In the final JBW event in London, Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner appears in conversation with Joe Haddow (host of the Man Booker Prize). Weiner will be discussing his new fictional work Heather, the Totality. 6.30pm. £5. Waterstones Piccadilly, W1V 9LE. www.jewishbookweek.com

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Nov
15
2:00 PM14:00

Lunchtime Art Talk: Albert Reuss in Mousehole - The Artist as Refugee

Waterstones

Susan Soyinka discusses the recent publication of her biography about the late Austrian artist, Albert Reuss, who fled Nazi rule in 1938 and spent much of the rest of his life in seclusion with his wife Rosa in Mousehole, Cornwall. Barbara Warnock from the Wiener Library joins Soyinka in conversation. 2pm. £5, £3 concs. Waterstones, WC1E 6EQ. www.waterstones.com

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Nov
14
to Jan 1

Wyndham Lewis: Life, Art, War

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Imperial War Museum North, Manchester

The IWM North presents the largest ever UK retrospective of work by the late British artist Wyndham Lewis. Marking 100 years since Lewis’s first commission as an official war artist in 1917, as well as 60 years since Lewis died, the exhibition comprises more than 160 artworks, books, journals and pamphlets that explore a life lived through one of the most violent and chaotic periods in human history. Until 1 January. M17 1TZ. 016 1836 4000. www.iwm.org.uk

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Nov
14
7:30 PM19:30

Putting Your Local Jewish History on the Map: The Bradford Experience

Redland Green Bowling Club

A DAVAR talk courtesy of Nigel Grizzard, a researcher, historian and accomplished tour guide, who’ll be discussing the history of the Jewish community in Bradford, West Yorkshire.
7.30pm. £6, £4 concs. Redland Green Bowling Club, Redland, BS6 7HE. www.davarbristol.co.uk

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Nov
7
to Dec 5

Holocaust Reading Group

Manchester Jewish Museum

A weekly Tuesday meet-up to present and discuss new trends in academic Holocaust studies. Dr Jean-Marc Dreyfus, Reader in Holocaust Studies at Manchester University, will lead the discussions and provide access to the set texts. Email jean-marc.dreyfus@manchester.ac.uk to register. 5-7pm. FREE. Manchester Jewish Museum, M8 8LW. www.manchesterjewishstudies.org/holocaust-reading-group

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Nov
1
to Jan 21

Soutine’s Portraits: Cooks, Waiters and Bellboys

The Courtauld Gallery

A series of bold portraits by Chaïm Soutine, marking the fist display of work by the artist in the UK for 35 years. The Russian-French painter, of Jewish origin, had a lot of success in Paris in the 1920s and 30s, painting many of the cooks and wait staff of the French hotels and restaurants in their brightly coloured uniforms. Until 21 January. Somerset House, WC2R 0RN. 020 3947 7777. www.courtauld.ac.uk

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Nov
1
to Feb 3

Klimt / Schiele

Royal Academy of Art

See rare and fragile drawings by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, currently on loan from the Albertina Museum, Vienna, to celebrate the centenary of both artists’ deaths. These pieces offer intimate insights into the pair’s artistic relationship and differing creative processes.
Until 3 February. W1J 0BD. www.royalacademy.org.uk

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Nov
1
to Feb 9

On British Soil: Victims of Nazi Persecution in the Channel Islands

Wiener Library

During the German occupation of the Channel Islands 1940–1945, many thousands of people were persecuted, including slave labourers, political prisoners and Jews. This exhibition tells their stories, drawing upon the library’s archival collections, files recently released by The National Archives, and items belonging to the victims of Nazi persecution themselves. Until 9 February. WC1B 5DP. 020 7636 7247. www.wienerlibrary.co.uk

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Nov
1
to Apr 8

Living with Gods: Peoples, Places and Worlds Beyond

British Museum

Through everyday objects of faith, Living with Gods provides a perspective on what makes believing a vital part of human behaviour. This exhibition is part of a collaborative project with BBC Radio 4, which broadcast a series of programmes presented by the British Museum’s director, Neil MacGregor. These are still available to listen to on the BBC website.
Until 8 April. WC1B 3DG. 020 7323 8299. www.britishmuseum.org

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Nov
1
to Apr 15

Designs on Britain

Twentieth-century design in the UK was profoundly shaped by the arrival of pioneering Jewish émigré designers from continental Europe. They brought with them a knowledge of modernism and radically transformed the practice and language of British design – discover just how much in this collection of posters for London Underground, the Post Office and the War Office.
Until 15 April

Jewish Museum, NW1 7NB. 020 7284 7384. www.jewishmuseum.org.uk

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Nov
1
to Dec 3

Sukkot: Seeking Shelter

Jewish Museum

The museum’s Welcome Gallery has been transformed into an immersive space for reflection on the theme of shelter. Designed by Alan Farlie and Tom Piper, the Sukkah installation encourages visitors to remember the 40 years the Jewish people spent wandering in the wilderness after their exodus from Egypt and to consider the millions of people in need of shelter in the context of today’s world. Until 3 December. NW1 7NB. 020 7284 7384. www.jewishmuseum.org.uk

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Nov
1
to Jan 21

Rachel Whiteread

Tate Britain

A comprehensive exhibition of work – featuring some previously unseen pieces – by the Turner Prize-winning British sculptor Rachel Whiteread. Her portfolio includes the Judenplatz Holocaust Memorial (also known as Nameless Library), which she was commissioned to produce for Vienna in 2000: it is cast in concrete and depicts a bunker made up thousands of books with the pages facing outwards. Until 21 January 2018. SW1P 4RG. 020 7887 8888. www.tate.org.uk

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