Witnesses: Émigré Medalists in Britain
For hundreds of years, artists from other countries have come to Britain and designed important and beautiful medals, adding a new element to Brbecitish art history. This exhibition features a range of medals spanning six centuries, many of which document important historical events and famous figures. This event is part of Insiders/Outsiders festival, which you can read more about in the Jan 2019 issue of JR.
Until 7 April
WC1B 3DG. 020 7323 8299. www.britishmuseum.org
Etz Chayim Gallery
Painting, mixed media and drawings culturally infused by London, India, Nepal and Nigeria, where Priya Suneel has lived and worked.
Until 1 April
Viewing by appointment: email@example.com. Northwood & Pinner Liberal Synagogue, HA6 3AA. 019 2382 2592. www.npls.org.uk/etzchayim.htm
Imperial War Museum
Renewal: Life After the First World War
Through a collection of photographs, discover the innovation and resourcefulness that shaped the rebuilding and regeneration of the world after World War I. See the resilience and creativity at hand in times of great change.
Until 31 March
I Was There: Room of Voices
In this immersive sound installation, 32 people who fought and lived through World War I share their personal stories of the Armistice that was declared at 11am on 11 November 1918.
Until 31 March
This multi-screen installation by artist John Akomfrah remembers the millions of African men and women who participated in World War I. Projected onto three screens, the artwork combines a powerful sound score, historic footage and newly filmed footage shot by Akomfrah.
Until 31 March
Moments of Silence
An immersive installation exploring the origins, history and future of remembrance rituals. Moments of Silence combines animation, light projection, sound and space to present different forms of remembrance, from the first ever recorded silence at the 1929 Cenotaph Remembrance Service to present-day silences at Everest Base Camp and HMS Ambush.
Until 31 March
SE1 6HZ. 020 7323 4700. www.iwm.org.uk
George Adams: Bauhausler in Britain
Born George Teltscher in Vienna, Adams studied at the Bauhaus under Gropius, Itten, Kandinsky and Schlemmer and arrived in London in 1938. Following internment in Australia, he returned to England and contributed to the war effort in map-making and pamphlet design. He took part in the Festival of Britain 1951 and, although not well known today, became a key figure in bringing Bauhaus ideas to Britain. This event is part of Insiders/Outsiders festival, which you can read more about in the Jan 2019 issue of JR.
Until 27 October
NW3 2XD. www.isokongallery.co.uk
Jews, Money, Myth
Explore the role of money in Jewish life and its problematic stereotype in relations between Jews and non-Jews. The exhibition looks back over 2,000 years, drawing together manuscripts, prints, Jewish ritual and ceremonial objects, art, film, literature and cultural ephemera. Highlights include Rembrandt’s Judas Returning the Thirty Pieces of Silver and a new commission by Jeremy Deller.
19 March – 7 July
Great British Jews: A Celebration
A celebration of the contribution made to the UK by Jewish immigrants and their descendants. Discover some very recognisable British inventions, innovations, products and people that you never knew were Jewish, from the worlds of culture, commerce, science, sports and more.
29 March – 23 June
NW1 7NB. 020 7284 7384. www.jewishmuseum.org.uk
London Transport Museum
Émigré Poster Designers
In the 1930s, numerous artists and designers fled Nazi Europe and settled in the UK. London Transport, under the direction of Chief Executive Frank Pick, commissioned many of the best of these émigré designers to produce some of the most distinctive posters on the network. The LT Museum is celebrating 20 of these posters, spanning four decades of the work, including designers such as Hans Schleger, Hans Unger and László Moholy-Nagy. This event is part of Insiders/Outsiders festival, which you can read more about in the Jan 2019 issue of JR.
29 March – 27 June
WC2E 7BB. www.ltmuseum.co.uk
A comprehensive retrospective of work by the legendary British photographer. Featuring iconic images printed by McCullin himself of war zones from Northern Ireland to Vietnam, working class life in London’s East End and the north’s industrial past.
Until 6 May
SW1P 4RG. 020 7887 8888. www.tate.org.uk
Magic Realism: Art in Weimar Germany 1919-33
Explore German art made between the wars in this free exhibition, which draws upon the George Economou Collection. These rich holdings provide a rare opportunity to see artworks not usually on public display. Artists featured include Otto Dix, Jeanne Mammen, George Grosz and Albert Birkle.
Until 14 July
SE1 9TG. www.tate.org.uk
The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist
A 14-foot-long winged bull sitting atop Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth. This recreation of Lamassu, the stone deity that once protected the ancient Assyrian city Nineveh until Isis destroyed it in 2015, comes from the mind of Iraqi-American artist Michael Rakowitz. Inspired by the homeland of his mother’s family – who emigrated to the US from Iraq in 1946, fleeing as Arab Jews – and the recipes of his Iraqi-Jewish grandmother, Rakowitz used 10,500 empty Iraqi date syrup cans to cover the statue.
WC2N 5DN. 020 7983 4750. www.london.gov.uk
V&A Museum of Childhood
Little Happenings: Photographs by Dorothy Bohm
Dorothy Bohm has been taking photographs for over 70 years, ever since her father gave her a camera as she fled Nazi Germany as a child. She has taken her camera with her ever since, photographing little happenings across the globe. Little Happenings explores the universal qualities of childhood. Despite her photography covering so many decades, cultures and countries, what connects us all through the experience of childhood shines through in Bohm’s intimate photographs. This exhibition is part of Insiders Outsiders, a nationwide arts festival celebrating refugees from Nazi Europe and their contributions to British culture. This event is part of Insiders/Outsiders festival, which you can read more about in the Jan 2019 issue of JR.
Until 17 March
E2 9PA. 020 8983 5200. www.vam.ac.uk/moc
Crimes Uncovered: The First Generation of Holocaust Researchers
Trace the stories and the legacies of the individuals and institutions who worked during and immediately after the Holocaust to record and collect information of atrocities and bring perpetrators to justice.
Until 17 May
WC1B 5DP. 020 7636 7247. www.wienerlibrary.co.uk
BOOKS & POETRY
Friday 15 March
F&BF Book Club
Celebrate International Women’s Day with the Faith and Belief Forum by bringing a book (either written/inspired by a woman or with a female protagonist) to share with the group.
6.30-9pm. FREE. Wilsden Green venue revealed upon booking. www.eventbrite.co.uk
Sunday 17 March
Yiddish Open Mic Café
A monthly get together for Yiddish speakers of all levels, plus anyone with an interest in Yiddish, to socialise, entertain and be entertained in a friendly, mainly Yiddish language environment (with translations into English). If you’d like to perform a song, poem, sketch or comedy set (up to eight minutes), email firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up on the night.
2-5pm. £5. Jewish Museum, NW1 7NB. email@example.com
Wednesday 27 March
Jewish Nobel Prize Winners
Launch of Derek Taylor’s book about the Jews who’ve won Nobel Prizes throughout the history of the award.
7.30pm. £10. Shomrei, NW6 1DD. 020 7794 4655. www.spiroark.org
Until Monday 1 April
Play Time with London Hebrew Gymnasium
Playful learning sessions every Monday about music, science, maths, art, drama and culture. All classes conducted in Hebrew.
4.30pm. Phone for prices. JW3, NW3 6ET. 074 2828 4752. www.hebrewg.com
Safa with London Hebrew Gymnasium
A chance for children to familiarise themselves with letters and nikud and take the first steps in reading modern Hebrew.
5.30pm. Phone for prices. JW3, NW3 6ET. 074 2828 4752. www.hebrewg.com
Lively and fun Hebrew activities, combining Jewish and universal values that educate children about friendship and acceptance. All classes conducted in Hebrew, in an Israeli environment. Suitable for ages 2-3.
4.30pm. Phone for prices. JW3, NW3 6ET. 078 0246 4654. www.jw3.org.uk
Sunday 17 March
Imahot v’Avot Purim
Imahot v’Avot is a social group for families who have one or more parents who identify as Jewish and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ+). Take part in soft play, Purim singalongs, mask-making and more.
3pm. Free-£5. JW3, NW3 6ET. 020 7433 8989. www.jw3.org.uk
Wednesday 20 March
Purim at the Jewish Museum
Celebrate Purim at the Jewish Museum and see Purim-related objects from their collection, hear the story of Esther and enjoy the party.
6-10pm. £10, £5 concs/under-35s. Jewish Museum, NW1 7NB. 020 7284 7384. www.jewishmuseum.org.uk
Sunday 24 March
Purim Party and Sadaqa Family Day
Celebrate Sadaqa Day – the Muslim day of social action – and the Jewish festival of Purim with the Jewish Museum. Get creative with a variety of arts and crafts activities, including decorating your own tzedakah (charity) box. Hear the story of Purim and participate in baking for a local charity.
1-4pm. £7.50, £5.50 concs, £3.50 children. Jewish Museum, NW1 7NB. 020 7284 7384. www.jewishmuseum.org.uk
Friday 15 March
Haunted By History Part II
A screening of Four Parts of a Folding Screen by Anthea Kennedy and Ian Wiblin. Followed by a Q&A session with the filmmakers. This event is part of Insiders/Outsiders festival, which you can read more about in the Jan 2019 issue of JR.
6-9pm. FREE. Birkbeck Cinema, WC1H 0PD. www.insidersoutsidersfestival.org
Sunday 17 – Thursday 21 March
Back to the Fatherland
Kat’s grandfather was, in her words, a “super Nazi”, whereas Gil’s is a Holocaust survivor. Back to the Fatherland is the fruit of their friendship – a brave and moving documentary about new Israeli immigration to Germany.
Times vary. £5-£12. JW3, NW3 6ET. 020 7433 8989. www.jw3.org.uk
Sunday 24 March
Merchant of Venice
Abused, ridiculed, despised and pitied; the figure of Shylock in Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice remains, for many, the epitome of the marginalised Jew in European literary imagination. Performances of The Merchant of Venice provoke strong emotions and heated debates on some of the most fraught questions in Jewish-Christian relations. Watch the acclaimed 2004 film adaptation, directed by Michael Radford and starring Jeremy Irons and Al Pacino, followed by a panel discussion.
2-5.30pm. FREE. Birkbeck, University of London, WC1E 7HX. www.pearsinstitute.bbk.ac.uk
Sunday 24 – Wednesday 27 March
This beautiful debut feature from Yehonatan Indursky, the creator of hit TV series Shtisel, is a gentle and whimsical exploration of Tel Aviv’s little known ultra-Orthodox suburb.
Times vary. £5-£12. JW3, NW3 6ET. 020 7433 8989. www.jw3.org.uk
Sunday 31 March
London Interfaith Music Festival
A diverse day of music and dance at the British Museum. Plus an interfaith community fair where visitors can learn about and meet with various faith and cultural communities from all over the city.
10am-4.30pm. FREE. British Museum, WC1B 3DG. www.faithsintune.org
Tuesday 19 March
Has Holocaust Education Failed?
In light of the alarming levels of racism and antisemitism the country is currently experiencing, a panel of experts debates the sufficiency of Holocaust education in the UK.
7.30pm. £16-£20. JW3, NW3 6ET. 020 7433 8989. www.jw3.org.uk
Jews, Cinema and Public Life in Inter-War Britain
Professor Gil Toffell (Queen Mary University) delivers this talk for Jewish History Month. Read more about JHM in the Jan 2019 issue of JR.
8pm. £3. Clore Tikva School, Ilford, IG6 2JN. https://jhse.org
Thursday 21 March
Behind the Scenes of Purim
Curator Dr Kathrin Pieren shows pictures and objects from the museum’s store to illustrate some of the principal customs of Purim. Highlights include the beautiful Esther scrolls in the museum’s collection.
3-3.30pm. £8.50, £6.50 concs. Jewish Museum, NW1 7NB. 020 7284 7384. www.jewishmuseum.org.uk
German Reparations and the Impact of Post-War Jewish Politics
Reparations from the West-German government for the material destruction of European Jewry by Nazi Germany were critical to the rehabilitation of Jewish communities and Jewish survivors’ lives. In this lecture, Professor Zweig explores the difficult and controversial decisions that Jewish leaders and officeholders in Israel and the diaspora had to make before it was possible to even begin the pursuit of economic justice.
6.30-8pm. FREE. Birkbeck, University of London, WC1E 7HX. www.pearsinstitute.bbk.ac.uk
British Jewish Television Humour
Professor Nathan Abrams (Bangor University) and Professor Michael Berkowitz (UCL) deliver this talk for Jewish History Month.
7pm. FREE. UCL, WC1E 6BT. https://jhse.org
Until Saturday 30 March
The American Clock
Arthur Miller’s groundbreaking play about hope, idealism and a nation’s unwavering faith in capitalism. In New York City in 1929, the stock market crashed and everything changed. The American Clock follows the Baum family as they navigate the aftermath of an unprecedented financial crisis in a society governed by race and class. The show pulses with a soundtrack fusing 1920s swing and jazz with a fiercely contemporary sound, creating a backdrop that spans choking high-rises to rural heartlands. Read our interview with the show’s director Rachel Chavkin in the Jan 2019 issue of JR and see our review of the show on the JR blog.
7.30pm, 2.30pm (Wed & Sat only). £12-£65. The Old Vic, SE1 8NB. 084 4871 7628. www.oldvictheatre.com
Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's legendary Broadway musical comedy about life, love and marriage gets a refreshing rework by Elliott & Harper Productions, directed by Marianne Elliott. The lead role of Bobby has been reimagined as Bobbi, a 35-year-old woman whose family and friends can’t understand why she’s still single. Featuring Sondheim's iconic songs ‘The Ladies Who Lunch’, ‘Being Alive’, and ‘Side by Side’. Read our review of Company on the JR blog.
7.30pm (Mon-Sat), 2.30pm (Thu & Sat only). £79.50-£124.50. Gielgud Theatre, W1D 6AR. www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk/theatres/gielgud-theatre
Until Sunday 31 March
Strike Up the Band
Mark Giesser directs George and Ira Gershwin's madcap musical, which was written with George S Kaufman in 1927. Strike Up the Band is a dark satire about America's war-mongering in the 1920s, a family’s lineage and a cheese factory. Read our review of the show on the JR blog.
7.30pm (Tue-Sat), 4pm (Sun only). £18-£20, £16-£18 concs. Upstairs at the Gatehouse, N6 4BD. 020 8340 3488. www.upstairsatthegatehouse.com
Until Saturday 6 April
Caroline, Or Change
This Olivier Award-winning musical mixes blues, soul, Motown, classical music and Jewish folk songs to create a beautiful, uplifting and deeply moving portrait of America at a time of momentous social upheaval spurred by the civil rights movement. Caroline Thibodeaux is an African American maid earning $30 a week in Louisiana in 1963, working for the Jewish Gellman family. Eight-year-old Noah Gellman visits Caroline in the basement as she washes and irons, but when he begins leaving loose change in his laundry, his stepmother Rose devises a deterrent with revealing and far-reaching consequences. Read our review of Caroline, Or Change on the JR blog and listen to our interview with two of the stars on JR OutLoud.
7.30pm (Mon-Sat), 2.30pm (Thu & Sat only). From £20. Playhouse Theatre, WC2N 5DE. 084 4871 7631. www.carolineorchange.co.uk
This dazzling production of Sondheim’s Follies returns to the NT stage. The show tells the story of a dilapidated Broadway theatre through the reminiscing of its former performers, ‘Weismann’s Follies’, who have reunited the day before its demolition. Featuring such classics as Broadway Baby, I’m Still Here and Losing My Mind.
7.30pm, 2pm (matinees vary; check website for details). £15-£72. National Theatre, SE1 9PX. www.nationaltheatre.org.uk
Until Saturday 13 April
The Rubenstein Kiss
The Rubensteins are a deeply devoted Jewish couple whose Communist idealism leads to their world being torn apart by suspicion and treachery, which then echoes through the generations. Created by James Phillips and inspired by the true story of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg – who were executed in 1953 for allegedly providing atomic secrets to the Soviet Union – this explosive and affecting drama is the study of conspiracy, betrayal and guilt. Read our review of the show on JR blog and listen to our interview with James Phillips on JR OutLoud.
7.30pm, 3pm (Sat & Tue only). £22, £18 concs. Southwark Playhouse, SE1 6BD. 020 7407 0234. http://southwarkplayhouse.co.uk
Until Saturday 27 April
Two brothers, Victor and Walter Franz – one a New York cop nearing retirement and the other a successful surgeon – meet for the first time in 16 years to sell their family furniture, which has been stored in the attic of a condemned New York brownstone. Revelation follows stunning revelation as each brother realises the price they’ve paid for heartbreaking decisions made decades earlier. Read more about the show in the Jan 2019 issue of JR.
7.30pm, 2pm (Wed & Sat only). From £20. Wyndham’s Theatre, WC2H 0DA. www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk
Until Saturday 25 May
Alex Kingston (ER, Doctor Who) stars in this award-winning and bitingly funny new comedy from the writer of Bad Jews. Sherri is the Head of Admissions at a private school, fighting to diversify the student intake and she wants you to know about it. Read our review of the show on the JR blog.
7.30pm, 2.30pm (Thu & Sat only). From £30. Trafalgar Studios, SW1A 2DY. www.atgtickets.com/venues/trafalgar-studios
Until Saturday 1 June
To honour the 10th anniversary of Harold Pinter's death, the theatre that bears his name has been putting on a season of the great man's one-act plays. All 20 of the Nobel Prize-winning playwright's short plays were set for the stage and Betrayal is the final to run in the series. This semi-autobiographical memory play is an anatomy of adultery, mapping the relationship between a husband and wife and her lover that proves also to be a bromance. Jamie Lloyd’s final production in his Pinter at the Pinter season features Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox as the lovers and Tom Hiddleston as the husband. Read more about Pinter at the Pinter in the July 2018 issue of JR and read our review of the shows on the JR blog.
7.30pm, 2.30pm (Sat & Thu only). £15-£65. Harold Pinter Theatre, SW1Y 4DN. 084 5871 7615. www.pinteratthepinter.com
Until Saturday 14 September
Come From Away
The Tony Award-winning Broadway hit makes its UK premiere in London’s West End. From the Canadian Jewish writing team, Irene Sankoff and David Hein, Come From Away tells the incredible true story of how the residents of Gander, Newfoundland welcomed the passengers of planes from around the world grounded by the 9/11 attacks, including a stranded rabbi from London. Read more about the show in the Jan 2019 issue of JR, read our review on the JR blog and listen to our interview with the real-life rabbi, Leivi Sudak of Edgware Lubavitch, on JR OutLoud.
7.30pm, 2.30pm (Wed & Sat only). From £19.50. Phoenix Theatre, WC2H 0JP. https://comefromawaylondon.co.uk
Until Sunday 3 November
The Comedy About a Bank Robbery
Mischief Theatre’s Olivier Award-nominated, smash-and-grab hit comedy. It’s the summer of 1958 and Minneapolis City Bank has been entrusted with a priceless diamond. An escaped convict is dead-set on pocketing this gem, with help from his screwball sidekick, trickster girlfriend and the maintenance man. Before long, mistaken identities, love triangles and hidden agendas unravel and even the most reputable can’t be trusted. In a town where everyone’s a crook, who will end up bagging the jewel? Listen to our interview with Jenna Augen, who plays Ruth, on JR OutLoud.
7.30pm, 2.30pm (Sat only), 3pm (Sun only). £10-£72.50. Criterion Theatre, W1V 9LB. 084 4815 6131. www.bankrobberycomedy.com
Thursday 21 March – Saturday 11 May
Little Miss Sunshine
Based on the Oscar-winning film, Little Miss Sunshine is a new musical comedy from Tony Award-winning Jewish team James Lapine (Stephen Sondheim’s legendary collaborator, writer of the books of some of his best loved musicals) and William Finn.
7.30pm (Mon-Sat), 3pm (Sat only; plus Wed 24 Apr, 1 & 8 May). £10-£30. Arcola Theatre, E8 3DL. 020 7503 1646. www.arcolatheatre.com
Thursday 21 March – Saturday 15 June
Fiddler on the Roof
After a sold-out run at The Menier Chocolate Factory, this staging by Trevor Nunn of the classic story of the travails of Tevye the milkman, his wife and five daughters, transfers to the Playhouse. The renowned soundtrack includes ‘Sunrise, Sunset’, ‘If I Were a Rich Man’ and ‘Matchmaker, Matchmaker’. Listen to our interview with Stewart Clarke, who plays Perchik, on JR OutLoud and read our review of the show on the JR blog.
7.30pm (Tue-Sat), 2.30pm (Tue, Thu & Sat). From £20. Playhouse Theatre, WC2N 5DE. https://playhouse.londontheatres.co.uk
Monday 25 March, Monday 29 April, Monday 20 May & Monday 24 June
The Simon & Garfunkel Story
After touring the world and a few successful London runs, The Simon & Garfunkel Story returns to the Lyric Theatre. Directed by David Beck and Dean Elliott, this concert-style show tells the story of one of the world’s most famous folk duos – from their days as two young musicians in Queens, NY, when they went by the moniker Tom & Jerry, to finding international fame before an incendiary break-up. Video projection, lighting and a live band are all used to bring the hits to life, including ‘Mrs Robinson’, ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ and ‘The Sound of Silence’. Read our review of the show on the JR blog.
7.30pm. From £15. Lyric Theatre, W1D 7ES. www.thesimonandgarfunkelstory.com
Tuesday 26 March
Migration Through Dance
This dance double bill takes the audience on a journey through visual art, live music and participation, before uncovering the individual experience of migration through passports. Followed by a panel discussion about art and migration with Dr Sarah Fine (King’s College), Sivan Rubinstein and Dominik Czechowski (Jewish Museum).
7.30pm. £14. JW3, NW3 6ET. 020 7433 8989. www.jw3.org.uk
Wednesday 27 March – Saturday 20 April
The first professional London production of Lionel Bart’s hard-hitting musical since it premiered in 1964. Maggie May tells a story of working class life in Liverpool’s docks in the 1960s, centering on the doomed love affair between “street walker” Maggie May Duffy and sailor Patrick Casey, the son of a union martyr.
7.30pm (Tue-Sat), 3pm (Sat & Sun only). £20-£25, £18-£20 concs. Finborough Theatre, SW10 9ED. 012 2335 7851. www.finboroughtheatre.co.uk
Sunday 24 March
Pre-Pesach British Museum Tour
Led by Michelle Sint from the London School of Jewish Studies, this tour shows you how to introduce Egyptology into the Haggadah and give a surprising historic angle to your seder.
10am-12.45pm. £23. British Museum, WC1B 3DG. 077 4180 1292. http://bit.ly/PESACHRJCH
Tuesday 26 March
Grain to Google
The hinterland behind King’s Cross and St Pancras stations continues to be transformed. Explore this buzzy new hotspot and discover how a water, road and rail interchange has been converted into one of the must visit places in London.
11am. £16. JW3, NW3 6ET. 020 7433 8989. www.jw3.org.uk
Sunday 31 March
Women of Worth
With a title inspired by the Eyshes Chayil prayer, discover Jewish and non-Jewish women alike who made an impact on the Jewish community of the East End. Explore the backstreets of Whitechapel and Spitalfields, hearing stories associated with Alice Model and her maternity hospital, Miriam Moses and her youth work, the philanthropy of the Rothschild ladies, suffragette and local politician Minnie Lansbury and local GP Hannah Billig.
11am-1pm. £15. Jewish Museum, NW1 7NB. 020 7284 7384. www.jewishmuseum.org.uk
Until Wednesday 27 March
Israeli Singing Group
Weekly community Israeli singing group led by Yuval Havkin every Wednesday. Anyone who enjoys singing Israeli songs is welcome, but an ability to read and sing in Hebrew is necessary.
7.45pm. Phone for prices. JW3, NW3 6ET. 079 1275 0474. www.jw3.org.uk
Mixed Voices Choir
A weekly Wednesday rehearsal for a choir learning a repertoire of Jewish and Israeli music. The evening is open to all who can sing in pitch, Jewish or otherwise. Classical singer, pianist and choral conductor Sarit Aloni will lead the group. Contact to confirm the class is on before attending.
7-9pm. First two classes free, after that £tbc depending on numbers. Wimbledon (address revealed upon contact). firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 17 March
Volunteer Purim Bake
Join JW3’s master bakers to create your own hamantaschen, a traditional Jewish pastry for the Purim holiday. This will be followed by a visit to Spring Grove Retirement and Residential Care Home, where volunteers and residents will enjoy the fresh bakes with tea, coffee and board games.
2pm. FREE. JW3, NW3 6ET. 020 7433 8989. www.jw3.org.uk
Sunday 24 March
The Great Purim Bake-Off for French Families
Get hands-on in this baking workshop for French-speakers. Learn how to bake a traditional French recipe, as well as donating your delicious goods to families in need.
4.30pm. £6. JW3, NW3 6ET. 020 7433 8989. www.jw3.org.uk