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Ze’ev’s Place – Apollonia – 19th February
Written and Directed BY Ofir Trainin (2014)
Victor Grayevsky entered the pantheon of Israeli intelligence thanks to a single courageous and heroic action. While a journalist in Poland and at great personal risk, Grayevsky transferred to the West a secret document – the speech of Nikita Khrushchev, which first revealed Stalin’s crimes. Just prior to his death in 2007 it turned out that Grayevsky has kept another secret – alongside his day job on the Voice of Israel radio station, he secretly worked as a spy, seemingly in the service of the Soviet Union but, in fact, for Israel.
Apollonia follows the story of the man and spy and tries to make sense of a number of questions arising from his story and mysterious character.
Sunday 19 February 2017 at 7:30 pm (Pleas note change of time)
Venue: Central Synagogue,
36-40 Hallam Street, London W1W 6NW