Looking for something Jewish to do in London next week? Here are Misha Barry’s suggestions;
1. , “Before the Winter Chill”,at 18:00
Thursday, 3rd July,
Jw3 presents the thriller“Before the Winter Chill”.
A film from the writer/director novelist Philippe Claudel and star Kristin Scott Thomas.
Described by the Express as “a dark spectacle of obsession begins once the masks begin and the faults within a seemingly-stable marriage threaten to
wreck a happy home”.
2. Krav Maga , at the LGCC.
Sunday, 6th July
A thrilling Krav Maga course, for children between the ages of 11-14.
Krav Maga is considered by many, to be the most effective and useful self defence
system currently around! Krav Maga is used by the IDF in Israel and by many other
military personnel from across the globe. So why not come along, regardless of your weight, size or strength and learn skills that will stay with you for life!
£80 for 8 weeks
3. Israeli Dancing at Ivy house, 19.30pm
Sunday, 6th July
Join Tzofim (Israeli scouts) for an Israeli sing-along session.
Be taught Israeli dancing by instructors of the highest standard.
Hurry! £5 if booked before the 30th June, £8 after.
4. JW3s Dance Studio, at 17.00pm
Monday, 7th July
Show off your hip-hop moves, in this inspirational street dance course.
Polish up your skills, with fully qualified and experienced coaches from the Spencer stage School. Get fit and learn skills in this fantastic new course. Children will also have the opportunities to recreate dances from their favourite pop-songs!
For ages 8-13.
5. Guided walk: Notting Hill.
Tuesday 8th July, with Isabelle Seddon.
Explore this urban village in West London, notorious for its annual carnival and Portobello Road Market. Learn about the history of the area- the establishment of the Victorian estates and the well-known Race Riots in the 1950s.
2.30pm, £14 (pre-booked only). Details will follow once you have booked.
Duration of the walk will be approximately 2hours.
6. The Ivy House play reading circle.
18th June-Wed 9th July.
Interested in plays and playwrights? Then, join the Ivy House monthly reading group. Absolutely no acting experience required. Come along and practice reading aloud amongst your friends.
Those wishing to participate must inform of their attendance in advance.
7.UKJF: My Australia, directed by Ami Drozd.
Thursday, 10th July
An intriguing and thought provoking film, about Tadek a ten year old, Anti-Semitic boy living in Poland in the 1960s with a desire to move to Australia. Things get complicated when his older brother Andrzej get’s involved with a Neo-Nazi gang whom beat up young Jewish children. The brothers end up on a Kibbutz in Israel where a massive shock awaits them.