When: 08/01/2013
Where: The Red Hedgehog, 255-257 Archway Road, Highgate, London N6 5BS
Time: 19:30
Contact: 02072896321
Price: £10 + (£1 booking fee)*
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Growing up in Jerusalem is more than the Bible and War.

The famed Israeli storyteller Noa Baum, takes us on a poignant and humorous journey through her life. Learn of a different side of Israel with stories of childhood adventures, outrageous matchmaking and all the love in between!

Noa Baum is an award-winning Israeli storyteller living in the US. She focuses on her craft's power to heal across divides of identity and brings her stories to life in an animated and energetic style. Noa performs internationally. Past venues include The World Bank, US Defense Department, The Mayo Clinic, The Kennedy Center, The Jewish Museum in NYC, Brandeis and Stanford Universities, Sweden's Fabula Festival, Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

"Noa Baum's work is brilliant. When she's on the stage she gives off sparks that make the listener feel more human. Her work is both funny and poignant."
Jay O'Callahan, Writer, Storyteller, National Endowment of the Arts Recipient, commissioned by NASA

"Noa's ear for detail and dialect is unsurpassed, but it's the specificity of her writing, and the intimacy of her delivery, which makes her storytelling an experience to be treasured, savored, and above all, not to be missed!"
Ari Roth, Artistic Director, Theater J, Washington, DC

"Tender and hilarious! The language of love in English & Hebrew." Audience member

*All tickets include £1 BAR TOKEN when you travel "green" by Public Transport, Electric Car, Bicycle, Walking.


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)





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