Web Editor Sophie Eastaugh looks at London’s week ahead and picks the best of the bunch for our weekly events guide. Don’t miss out![divider]

Greg Mullavey & Andi Potamkine star in The Soap Myth. Photo: Richard Termine

Greg Mullavey & Andi Potamkine star in The Soap Myth. Photo: Richard Termine

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Thursday 27th March, 6:30pm. £25 including museum entry, drink & snack. Jewish Museum London

The first UK screening of the acclaimed play by Jeff Cohen, which tells the story of a young reporter struggling to separate Holocaust fact from fiction. Preceded by The National Jewish Theater Foundation Awards and followed by a panel discussion with the Olivier award-winning actor Henry Goodman.

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[divider] 2. Spirit of Womanhood Art Exhibition[divider]

Daily until Sunday 30th March, 11am-6pm. Free. Galleries@Oxo, SE1 9PH

A pioneering, multidisciplinary exhibition that celebrates the 10th anniversary of Women’s Interfaith Network by showcasing diverse female artists’ engagement with gender, faith and spirituality.

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Wes Anderson's latest film stars Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori & Adrien Brodi.

Wes Anderson’s latest film stars Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori & Adrien Brodi.

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3. Grand Budapest Hotel[divider]

Daily 27th March-3rd April, times vary. £12/6 conc, matinees £6/£3 conc

Wes Anderson’s razor-sharp comedy-drama follows the hilarious escapades of a concierge and lobby boy who attempt to recover a stolen painting against the tumultuous backdrop of 1930s Europe.

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[divider] 4. Jewish Mothers & Daughters[divider]

Sunday 30th March, 12pm. £8 standard/£4 conc. JW3 Cinema

A filmed collection of 50 touching, frank and funny interviews exploring the myriad ways of being a Jewish Mother, with subjects such as Maureen Lipman and Oona King.

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5. The Good Ship Comedy Club[divider]

Monday 31st March, 8pm. £4 adv/£5 o.t.d. The Good Ship, 289 Kilburn High Road, NW6 7JR

 This week’s gigglefest features the hilarious Jewish satirist Andy Zaltzman along with other tip top comedians providing guaranteed belly laughs for a mere £4.

More info here

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6. A Literary Walking Tour of Jewish Spitalfields[divider]

Tuesday 1st April, 11am. £12 advance booking required via LJCC

Author and artist Rachel Listenstein leads this guided walk, uncovering the hidden gems of West Spitalfields and ending in a unique viewing of the beautifully restored Sandy’s Row Synagogue.

More info here

For the kids…

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7. Crafternoon: Make some Noise![divider]

Sunday 30th March, 2pm. Free. JW3

A crafty workshop for kids aged 2+ to make their very own musical instruments – simple Latin-American inspired maracas made from paper and rice, decorated with ribbons and paint.

More info here