Our supporters, many of them artists, enjoy the topics presented and give us so much in return. Thank you Ronald Stein for this beautiful souvenir!
The story that I shall be recounting to you today is a truly wondrous one. But why, you may ask? Well, because it resem
bles a biblical tale. It is rather like the story of Purim, in which a powerful character plots to harm the Jewish
It has been more than 20 years, since my A’ levels, that I have been to anything approaching a literary
talk – so I was a bit nervous when I sat down to listen to the vivacious Pam Fox talk on literary Golders Green last week at Hampstead Garden Suburb
In case you have not heard of Raoul Wallenberg before here is some interesting information about this amazing man:
After the occupation of Hungary on March 19, 1944, the Swedish delegation launched a rescue operation to save Jews from being deported to the death camps. The newly created American War
Frozen Mud and Red Ribbons by Avital Baruch
On Sunday 21st January, we held the UK book launch of Frozen Mud and Red Ribbons by Avital Baruch, in the intimate setting of The Shtiebel in Canfield Gardens. Avital, or Tali to her friends, read both poignant and entertaining
Balfour or Against?
Reviewed by: Samuel Warshaw
The centenary of the Balfour Declaration has stimulated a flurry of articles, radio and television programmes and commemorative events in both Jewish and wider circles, far more than the concurrent quincentenary of the Reformation, demonstrating the perhaps somewhat surprising degree of
This year we delve deeper into our preparation for one of the most ritualistic nights of the year – our Pesach Seder. Over the course of two sessions, Nitza Spiro, the director of the Spiro Ark together with Steven Leas, Cantor of the Central Synagogue will highlight some