Spiro Ark

Registered Charity No 1070926

Homework of the week

Just to show what an amazing progress our students are doing, here are some examples of this week’s best homework.
 

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A sudden change in the programme!

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances we are very sorry to have to alter the day of the screening of “ A Perfect Day for Banana Leaves” which was scheduled for 24th February 2019 at Tikun, which we were looking forward to.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused but please bear

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Letter from Eldad – Shanti House

We have just return from England, and we wish to thank you for everything you did for us during our stay: Arranging the lecture for Mariuma.
Please express our thankfulness to all the wonderful people whom we met and encourage them to come and visit us during their next visit

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Spiro Ark working with Christian refugees from Arab lands

Spiro Ark working with Christian refugees from Arab lands

A message out of the blue
Amongst scores of emails which arrive daily at the Spiro Ark inbox, an invitation of a puzzling nature appeared.
The sender was an unknown person in Greece and the name of the organisation which issued the invitation added to the mystery: ICC ( International

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Review of Jews, Horns and the Devil book event by Sharon Ross

Last Wednesday night I was treated to a duo of interesting lectures about how Jews have been depicted in illustrations, to a packed audience, at Central Synagogue. It was part of Spiro Ark’s lecture series. The first lecture was a review of Anton Felton’s book ‘Jews, Horns and the Devil’,

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Spiro Ark @ Klezmer In The Park 2018

Spiro Ark @ Klezmer In The Park 2018

Every year  the Spiro Ark is delighted to have Hebrew Hooplah at the Klezmer in the Park event. Last Sunday, 2nd September was one of those wonderful Klezmer days where a lot of people flocked to Regent’s Park to enjoy the sunshine and the

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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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