Spiro Ark

Registered Charity No 1070926

The Annual Spiro Tribute Lecture
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The Annual Spiro Tribute Lecture

FEATHERS IN THE WIND

In this year’s Annual Spiro Tribute Lecture, Dr Sarah Abu-Kaf will talk about educating women and the Bedouin Arab society, higher education among Bedouin Arab young women – difficulties, challenges and possibilities.
Dr. Sarah Abu-Kaf is a faculty member and lecturer in cross-cultural psychology at

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Jewish Music Through the Ages
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Jewish Music Through the Ages

Price : £25 Concessions: £15

Please book via The London Cantorial Singers website, HERE. 
Spiro Ark  and  The London Cantorial Singers 
Present and Perform for one night only:
Jewish Music Through the Ages (Compered by David Prager)
Celebrating the life of Rev. Reuben Turner MBE z”l
Refreshments and Raffle in aid of Hatzolah

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Together in tune
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Together in tune

Spiro Ark have been instrumental in bringing together some of the contributors for this concert. Join them, if you can!
An uplifting evening celebrating Jewish and Roma cultures together in music, dance and poetry whilst also shining a spotlight on an important cause. On the eve of the 70th anniversary of the UN’s

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Book Launch: From Krakow to Berkeley
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Book Launch: From Krakow to Berkeley

Price : £10

Spiro Ark is delighted to present the official launch of: From Krakow to Berkeley, Coming out of Hiding by Anna Rabkin.

What happens to a child whose early life is marked by trauma and loss?
Can a refugee whose earliest memories are of hiding in fear learn to step

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Film screening and discussion: Harmonia
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Film screening and discussion: Harmonia

Price : £10

Harmonia (2016) directed by ORI SIVAN

Synopsis: Harmonia is a modern adaptation of the mythological triangle between the childless Abraham and Sarah and young Hagar.
Sarah is the harpist of the Jerusalem Philharmonic; Abraham is its almighty conductor. When Hagar, a young horn player from East Jerusalem joins the

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Jews in the Merchant Navy in the Second World War
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Jews in the Merchant Navy in the Second World War

Price : £10

Martin Sugarman  (BA Hons, Cert Ed) was born and brought up in Hackney and graduated from Bristol University. He was a Senior Teacher for over twenty years in Secondary Schools and then an Examinations Officer in Further Education. Archivist of AJEX, he helped to set up the Jewish Military Museum

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Churchill and the Jews
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Churchill and the Jews

Price : £10

Spiro Ark and HGSS are proud to present: 
Churchill and the Jews: a lecture with Professor Michael J. Cohen
Professor Michael Cohen is the author of 11 books, among them, Churchill and the Jews (1985, revised paperback edition, 2003). 
In 1985, he was the first to challenge Churchill’s alleged “unique historical understanding

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The Interrogation: Raoul Wallenberg’s Encounter with the Russian Secret Service – a powerful play-reading
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The Interrogation: Raoul Wallenberg’s Encounter with the Russian Secret Service – a powerful play-reading

Price : £10

CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE, W1

Spiro Ark is proud to present a rehearsed reading of the play. 
The playwright David Crook will discuss his work after the reading. 
The play shows a series of gripping head-to-head encounters with a single Russian agent through the Cold War to the early 2,000’s.
The prisoner is Raoul

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The Archaeology of Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls
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The Archaeology of Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls

Price : £10

An illustrated lecture delivered by Professor Jodi Magness. 

In 1946-7, the first Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered by accident near the site of Qumran. Eventually, the remains of approximately 1000 scrolls were found in 11 caves surrounding Qumran. In this slide-illustrated lecture, we explore the archaeological remains of Qumran,

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Literary Golders Green
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Literary Golders Green

Price : £10

A workshop with Pam Fox

Pam Fox’s book on the Jewish community of Golders Green provides a comprehensive history of the development of the community and Jewish life in the area. It contains many references to how the community has featured in literature and its many Jewish poets and 

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