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Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

The Baltic Region: 1700-2100

The Baltic has been linked to England from the earliest times as a trading partner, and yet we know relatively little of its rich history. In this course we shall seek to understand more of this history from the rise of Sweden as a European Superpower through to the regional co-operation of today. We shall see how the region has been threatened by its large neighbours, Russia and Germany.

Cinema

Cinema

The Lighthouse

When two lighthouse keepers wind up stranded on their remote New England island, a terrible storm threatens to cost them their sanity. Willem Dafoe, Robert Pattinson and Valeriia Karaman star.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Abraham Debating Club

(Jan-Apr 2020) Come and debate with fellow students who organise this 'Intelligence Squared' type debate. A wide range of subjects will be chosen by the group.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Amsterdam: City of Water and Commerce

Amsterdam is a lot more than canals and bicycles. Its history stretches back to a 12th century fishing village, before turning itself into a great European commercial centre in the late 16th century. Alongside this commercial city arose a wonderful city of culture in the Dutch Golden Age. Yet Amsterdam also witnessed many devastating wars, right up to The Second World War. A city with many ups and downs but today it remains one of the continent’s most vibrant and tolerant of cities.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

French Fun with Club Petit Pierrot

Established in 1993, Club Petit Pierrot offers fun French lessons where children flourish and learn French without realising it!

Cinema

Cinema

Leona

Ariela (Naian González Norvind, Best Actress winner at the Morelia International Film Festival), a twentysomething Jewish mural painter in Mexico City falls for charming, non-Jewish Ivan. Struggling with her family’s disapproval of the relationship, Ariela is torn between the man she loves and the community she can’t leave behind. As she tries to please her parents, Ariela gradually realises it is her own wishes she needs to accept, and respect. Leona is a tender and moving debut feature about self-discovery and the courage to follow your heart.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

French Fun with Club Petit Pierrot

Established in 1993, Club Petit Pierrot offers fun French lessons where children flourish and learn French without realising it!

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Tzofikeff

Come join the Tzofim once a week for lively and fun Hebrew activities. We combine Jewish and universal values that educate children towards friendship and acceptance.

Cinema

Cinema

Parasite

Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Picture and already the most successful Palme d’Or winner ever. A deliciously fun cocktail of dark humour, social satire and perfect set pieces, this gripping thriller is a sensational experience that keeps surprising to its last drop.

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Krav Maga Adult Foundation

Krav Maga is easy to learn and retain. Israeli-trained and registered instructors teach you how to defend yourself against attacks in the street as well as how to fight back. Plus, learn to respond quickly under stress.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners III Thursday

Become confident handling the past tense, discussing newspaper headlines and listening to Hebrew recordings.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners I (Term II) Thursday

Become confident handling the past tense, discussing newspaper headlines and listening to Hebrew recordings.

Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Farewell to Vienna: A new Beginning

Join Ensemble Burletta on a journey from the Vienna of Mozart and Brahms, to the dark days of pre-war Austria and the flight of Jewish-born nationals from the Nazi regime. As part of the Insiders Outsiders festival, Ensemble Burletta perform works for clarinet and strings celebrating the musical links between Vienna and those that were forced to leave it for a new life in Britain. Music by Bach-Mozart, Brahms, and Jewish emigres Hans Gál and Joseph Horovitz. Part of the Insiders/Outsiders Festival. Insiders/Outsiders is a nationwide arts festival taking place from March 2019 to March 2020 to celebrate refugees from Nazi Europe and their contribution to British culture.

Cinema

Cinema

Leona

Ariela (Naian González Norvind, Best Actress winner at the Morelia International Film Festival), a twentysomething Jewish mural painter in Mexico City falls for charming, non-Jewish Ivan. Struggling with her family’s disapproval of the relationship, Ariela is torn between the man she loves and the community she can’t leave behind. As she tries to please her parents, Ariela gradually realises it is her own wishes she needs to accept, and respect. Leona is a tender and moving debut feature about self-discovery and the courage to follow your heart.