Jewish London on Location
From the East End and Hackney through Soho and the ‘Mittel Europe’ of NW2 and NW6 trace how London’s Jewish journey has been portrayed on the page and the big screen. Among the literature and films profiled discover The Lowlife, Sammy Lee, A Kid for Two Farthings, A Barber in Stamford Hill, A Rainy Sunday, Chicken Soup and The Ghetto.
7th June 2016 AT 7:30pm
Venue: Central Synagogue,
36-40 Hallam Street London W1W 6NW
Book via the Shul Office: 020 7580 1355
Engaging, knowledgeable and well-researched Rachel Kolsky is a prize-winning London Blue Badge Tourist Guide (www.golondontours.com) who is passionate about exploring Jewish heritage. Her walks and talks cover a wide range of themes and areas but always focus on the ‘human stories behind the buildings’. Her first book, ‘Jewish London’, was published in March 2012.