Events at RJCC (Sinclair House) this month include:
- Cafe Ivrit for conversational Hebrew
- Israeli Dancing.
Sunday 21st October an afternoon tea with Sir Ivan Lawrence barrister and former MP – more information on the RJCC Website
Limmud Cambridge: Sunday 4th November
Cambridge Limmud is back with a sparkling array of sessions spanning all aspects of Jewish learning, the Jewish condition, and issues of the day. Full details can be on the Cambridge Limmud website.
Momma Golda Sunday 4th/11th & Monday 5th/12th November
The King’s Head Theatre, in Islington, is presenting four performances of Momma Golda – the story of Israel’s first and only female Prime Minister.
Invest In Peace: Monday 12th November
ELELS with the Board of Deputies, and St Mary’s Parish Church Woodford with Churches Together in Britain & Ireland invite you to hear from Israeli and Palestinian peace activists.
The location of the event will be sent to those who have booked tickets closer to the date of the event.
Sunday 18th November: Mitzvah Day
This year Mitzvah Day is organising an interfaith big chicken soup challenge. The flagship event will be at the East London Mosque – more details to follow but, for the moment, save the date.
Sunday 18th November: Armistice Day Centenary Concert
Royal Free Music Society, Zemel Choir, and The Wallace Ensemble present the world premiere of Armistice by Benjamin Wolf. The programme also includes Spirit of England by Sir Edward Elgar, plus music by Faure, Schubert & others.
Further information and tickets available at: ticketsource.co.uk/rfms
22nd UK Jewish Film Festival: 8th-22nd November 2018
Full detail of all the films can be found on the UK Jewish Film Festival website. This year there are two films at the South Woodford Odeon:
- The Testament is being shown on Sunday 11th November at 4:00 pm
- Budapest Noir is being shown on Monday 12th November at 7:00 pm
Full details of the South Woodford films can be found at UK Jewish Film Festival/South Woodford.
Lehrhaus @ Leo Baeck College
The new year means a new term at Lehrhaus – Adult Jewish Learning – at Leo Baeck College. Courses this term include an online four-week course led by Rabbi Dr Rene Pfertzel on Reading Troubling Text from Torah.