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Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners I

For those who can read comfortably, form simple sentences, have knowledge of basic verbs in the present tense, infinitives and a vocabulary of 300-400 words.

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Krav Maga: Women Foundation

Learn how to defend yourself against common threats and attacks in all sorts of environments and gain the skills to fight back. We only use Israelitrained and registered instructors, specifically qualified to teach women, using gender-appropriate methods and material. Suitable for ages 16+

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Family Music Time with KangaRooKids

Why have a lie-in, go for (another) walk or try to read the paper, when you can easily turn your Sunday morning into an extraordinary musical adventure for all the family?

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners II (Term II)

A class for those who converse in Hebrew on basic topics comfortably using the present tense and infinitives. Learn the past tense and to use 700 to 800 words confidently.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Intermediate III

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

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Third Generation: The Holocaust and Me

Grandchildren of survivors and refugees are invited to join a discussion group where we will explore the significance of the Holocaust in our own lives. We will be asking: To what extent do the events of the past impact on our identities, our relationships with the world and on our own sense of Jewishness?

Cinema

Cinema

Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin has grown up and lost his way. Now it is up to Winnie-the-Pooh and his other childhood friends to venture into our world and help Christopher remember the loving and playful boy who is still inside.

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Krav Maga: Women Intermediate

For women over 16 who have completed the Foundation Course. Learn more skills to defend yourself and fight back with registered Israeli-trained instructors.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Crafternoon: Autumn Bookmarks

Now that Autumn is in full swing, lets make autumn book marks by using leaves that have fallen from the trees.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Knitwits

Come and join us for our free knitting community group. This is a volunteer led friendly group who meet once a month to knit for enjoyment and/or charity.

Cinema

Cinema

Live Arts on Screen: Mayerling (Royal Ballet)

Dangerous desires, family secrets and political intrigues twist through every moment of daring choreography in Kenneth MacMillan's ballet, inspired by true events.

Cinema

Cinema

Tehran Taboo

This striking animated first feature gives a rare glimpse into Tehran’s stratified society, in which sex, drugs and corruption are concealed beneath the veil of morality and propriety.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

BBYO - Weekly Chapter Meeting

Mercaz BBYO is the chapter based at JW3, meeting every Sunday evening for a range of fun and exciting programmes. Turn up any week you want - first time's free!

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Krav Maga: Adult Foundation (Sundays)

Our instructors give beginners the basics of the theory and practice of Krav Maga – teaching you how to defend yourself against all manner of attacks as well as how to fight back. We simulate the stress of a real attack without compromising your safety.

Cinema

Cinema

UKJF: The Wife

Glenn Close gives a truly masterful performance in this hugely enjoyable new drama, adapted from Meg Wolitzer’s 2003 novel.