“THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT” with THELMA RUBY – 26th November

“THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT” with THELMA RUBY

92 year old actress Thelma Ruby performs her one-woman show THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT in which she tells stories of her long life and sings songs from shows she has been in.

Born to a Jewish family in Leeds and after being evacuated to New York during the war, she has spent the rest of her life in the theatre.

This year she has been honoured with an Oldie of the Year award and been included in the Women of the Year.  She plays Alice in the new ITV series with Jack Dee called BAD MOVE and, among many other roles, has previously starred as Golde ­opposite Topol in ‘Fiddler on the Roof’.

 

Sunday 26 November 2017

TIME: 7:00 pm

VENUE: Central Synagogue

36-40 Hallam Street, London W1W 6NW

Tickets: £15 Light refreshments

A percentage of the profits will be donated to the Israel Guide Dog Centre for the Blind

Contact The Spiro Ark:

020 7794 4655 education@spiroark.org

www.spiroark.org

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