Connect – Fashion with John Galliano – SOLD OUT

CONNECT, a new initiative created by the Central, New West End and Western Marble Arch Synagogues as a way of bringing Jews and Jewish learning back into the West End.

In conjunction with the Chief Rabbi’s Centre for Rabbinic Excellence.

Each evening will have a particular theme and our inaugural theme is FASHION.

Connect Website holding page

The event begins at 7.30pm with a Limmud style 3 lecture programme being given by Danielle Bernardout speaking on ‘Back to the Drawing Board – Can you be frum and have a fashion career?’, Rabbi Sam Taylor of Western Marble Arch who will speak on “Clothes Maketh the Man”                                         and Maureen Kendler from the London School of Jewish Studies who will speak on “A Biblical What Not To Wear:  How Clothes Deceive”.

This will be followed by a finger dinner catered by Adafina giving participants a chance to eat and Network.

The Keynote speaker for the evening will be John Galliano in conversation with a panel of other people discussing Fashion and other.

Venue :  BDO LLP offices in Baker Street, who have kindly donated their premises for this event.

Date : May 28th, 7.30 to 9.45pm.

Tickets from £20 including entrance and food (student concessions). 

Please note, online booking will shortly be available where a booking fee will apply, otherwise please contact the Central Synagogue Office on 020 7580 1355.

Due to the large interest, as well as security, TICKETS will sell out very quickly and early booking is essential.

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