Social & Cultural Jewish Events

Spiro Ark host regular events showcasing the best of Jewish & Israeli artists and performers. The showings are open to everyone so no matter your cultural or religious background please do pop into our venue in Baker Street, London, to see what we have on offer. You can book tickets to our events below or you can read about past events by reading our Jewish Event reviews.
Baghdadian Jews of Bombay by Rachel Manasseh***BOOK LAUNCH***
Baghdadian Jews of Bombay - Their life and achievements: A personal and historical account
An exciting narrative of the two hundred year sojourn of the Baghdadian Jewish Community in the cosmopolitan city of Bombay (today's Mumbai), India. From their early beginnings, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, they established a lively community embracing brethren arriving from the Middle East and central Asia. They left their legacy in the city, with beneficent contributions and involvement in civic life and made their mark nationally in Indian film. Their gradual dispersal followed Indian Independence, to English-speaking countries and to the newly established State of Israel. Today, the synagogues with clock towers and steeples, the 'Queen necklace' at Marine Drive, the Gateway of India, Apollo Bunder, the Prince of Wells Museum, Cuffe Parade, Flora Fountain, and Crawford Market are landmarks which still remain - albeit renamed in some cases - along with a small nucleus of the original community. ...
Annual Memorial Event In memoriam of Professor Sam Cohen ZL

Illustrated Lecture on MUSICAL THOUGHT ABOUT PRAYERS FOR THE HIGH HOLYDAYS
By Elli Jaffe - Composer of sacred music

Honorary Conductor of the Prague Symphony Orchestra and Associate of The Royal Academy of Music, Elli Jaffe is the Music Director of the Heritage Series played by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and is also the director of the Europe - Israel Foundation for the Advancement of Jewish Liturgical Music and a conductor of the Jerusalem Great Synagogue Choir.

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DAY TOUR TO CAMBRIDGE, COLLEGES AND THE GENIZAH - OCTOBER 2015
The Spiro Ark is offering an extremely interesting and enlightening visit to the University town of Cambridge followed by a visit to the world famous Genizah.
A 2 hour walking tour of historic Cambridge will take us through its development over the ages. ...
DAY TOUR TO CAMBRIDGE, COLLEGES AND THE GENIZAH - JUNE 2016
The Spiro Ark is offering an extremely interesting and enlightening visit to the University town of Cambridge followed by a visit to the world famous Genizah.
A 2 hour walking tour of historic Cambridge will take us through its development over the ages. ...

VENUES

Accessing the Central Synagogue, 36 Hallam Street, London W1W 6NW is easy by public transport:

London Underground:

Northern and Victoria Lines: Warren Street Station (0.5 mile)

Metropolitan, Circle, District, Hammersmith and City Lines: Great Portland Street Station (0.2 mile)

Bakerloo Line: Regents Park (0.3 mile)

Central, Victoria and Bakerloo Lines: Oxford Circus (0.4 mile)

 

Nearby bus routes from NW London:

13 to Oxford Circus (plus 0.4 mile walk)

If you come to Oxford st. you can go through the back entrance of John Lewis straight into Harley st. and turn right into New Cavendish St. and you are just in front of the Central Synagogue building on 36 Hallam St.

82 to Blandford Street (plus 0.7 mile walk)

 

 

 

CONTACT US

T: 020 7794 4655
F: 020 7794 4650
E: education@spiroark.org

The Spiro Ark, Flat 106, 15 Kidderpore Ave.
London NW3 7SJ T: 020 7794 4655 E: education@spiroark.org

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