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Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Sensory Stories with Infinite Jest

Join Infinite Jest for a magical afternoon of interactive story telling. Each week a famous Jewish folk tale will be brought to life with puppetry, masks, live music, and props, creating a stimulating sensory experience.

Cinema

Cinema

Driving Miss Daisy

In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Oscar-winning drama Driving Miss Daisy returns to cinema screens with a dazzling restoration.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Challah for Hunger

Come and volunteer with Challah for Hunger, which brings people together to make a difference through baking and selling challah. The money raised goes to charities Tzedek and Doorstep for the Homeless.

Cinema

Cinema

Last Stop Coney Island: The Life and Photography of Harold Feinstein

Harold Feinstein started taking pictures in his teens, exhibited at MoMA before he turned 20 and was an integral part of the mid-century New York School of Photography alongside Diane Arbus and Garry Winogrand. But his decision to isolate himself later in life meant his work was gradually forgotten. It was only earlier this decade that the then relatively unknown artist, who died in 2015, was rediscovered.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners II (Term II) Wednesday

If you are not familiar with the block or script Hebrew alphabet, we recommend starting here in order to be able to read without vowels as well as to write and build up basic conversation.

Cinema

Cinema

The Jewish Enquirer

Part Curb Your Enthusiasm part Alan Partridge, new British TV comedy The Jewish Enquirer follows the life of 40-something Paul Green, an investigative journalist at the 4th biggest Jewish publication in the UK, who takes his job – as well as his neurosis and pet peeves – very seriously.

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Classical Egyptian belly Dance

This gender neutral hybrid dance form, which emanates from Egypt, has roots across North Africa and the Middle east. The class introduces steps from Egyptian and Tunisian folkloric dance traditions as well as Samba and Tango. Learn shimmies, undulations, camels and hip-rotations all while improving your posture, muscle tone, fitness and rhythm. Suitable for all levels. Contact Frederique for booking: frederiqueassor@yahoo.co.uk

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Intermediate III (Term II) Wednesday

This course consolidates previous learning of tenses and introduces the passive tense. Using video and listening clips.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Machiavelli: The Art of War and Manipulative Politics Today

Hagai will - in a fascinating combination of history and the present, and theory and fact - explore whether we live in a true era of democracy or are instead pawns in a Machiavellian political nightmare.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Israeli Singing Group

Join our friendly Community Israeli Singing Group led by Musical Director Ira Kliechman and friends. We welcome anyone who enjoys singing Israeli songs old and new, and can read and sing in Hebrew.

Cinema

Cinema

Van Goghs

Winner of four Russian National Film Academy Awards (Nika), Van Goghs sensitively explores the complicated relationship between Mark Ginzburg, an artist, and his oppressive father Viktor, a famous conductor.