Jewish Culture Review
We are delighted to present a very special evening, reviewing the past five years of contemporary Jewish arts and culture. It is perhaps more important now than ever, that we continue proudly to give expression to Jewish values and remain at the heart of Jewish cultural life in London.
And that’s exactly what we’re doing this evening – in true JW3 style. We’ll be delving into the role of Jewish culture in a wider context and exploring the value of loud and proud Jewish content. We’ll be joined by panellists Alexis Zegerman, Nicola Christie, Gil Karpas, Jason Solomons and the event chair Tim Samuels. Ana Silvera will provide live Ladino-inspired musical interludes to underscore the night.
We can’t wait for you to join us for what is set to be a fantastic, inspiring, engaging and thought provoking evening.
Gil Karpas is a musician, artistic producer and journalist. He is currently the Marketing and Events manager at the Jewish Music Institute.
Jason Solomons is one of the UK’s most respected film critics. He’s a journalist, broadcaster, author and now influential blogger. He is a regular critic on BBC News, Sky News and BBC Radio and the host of Movie Talk on Sky Arts.
Chair, Tim Samuels is a documentary film-maker, BBC and National Geographic broadcaster, creative director, and author of Who Stole My Spear? How To Be a Man in the 21st Century.
Musician, Ana Silvera is a multi-award winning singer songwriter. 'Some of the most beautiful music I’ve ever heard...intelligent, lyrically complex and interesting…just absolutely wonderful' - Alex Preston, Saturday Review, BBC Radio 4
Alexis Zegerman has a much-lauded writing career - which includes winning the Westminster prize for new playwriting for her short play Noise, productions at the Young Vic, the Bush and her new play, Holy Shit was the first production at the newly reopened Kiln. Zegerman is an actor, winning a British Independent Film Award in 2018 for her role in Mike Leigh's ‘Happy Go Lucky.’
Nicola Christie is an editor, writer and broadcaster. Currently Digital Editor of The Jewish Quarterly she has written for most major broadsheets and has presented shows on BBC Radio 3 and the World Service.
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