Spiro Ark

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Knock Knock – review by Sharon Ross

It wasn’t the story that made Niv Petel’s play ‘Knock Knock’ so fascinating, but the way it was told.  The one-man show was shown as part of Spiro Ark’s cultural programme – in conjunction with Central Synagogue.  Ilana was played by a male (the

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Raoul Wallenberg- a Swedish Rescuer in Budapest

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

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A review of Thelma Ruby’s one-woman show as a gift to the Spiro Ark

A review of Thelma Ruby’s one-woman show as a gift to the Spiro Ark

Reviewed by: Samuel Warshaw Thelma Ruby’s one-woman show was far more than an evening of songs. It was at once an illustrated history of twentieth century musical theatre, a glimpse of a life adventurously-lived and a love letter to theatre as an art form.      Thelma Ruby’s mother, Paula Ruby, […]

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