Looking for Jewish events in London over the next week? Here are Daniella Reyhanian’s suggestions
1. Hava Nagiggle
Thursday 4th September, 8:00, £8.00, £4.00, JW3 Venue
Hava Naggigle includes performances from two brilliant comedians, John Ryan and Mark Dolan, who are both sure to provide a razor- sharp wit and exciting new comedic flare.
2. Klezmer in the Park
Sunday 7th September, 12:30, free, Regents park band stand
Those who like Klezmer music can look forward to a line up of extremely talented musicians including Alan Bern, the UK Klezmer Allstars and Sophie Solomon, in the heart of London’s beautiful Regents Park.
3. The success-happiness equation workshop
Sunday 7th September, 11:00am- 1:30pm, £16/ £20 on the door, London Jewish Cultural Centre
Researcher and lecturer Dr Rona Hart leads a workshop that shares ground-breaking new insight from research into the field of happiness.
4. Designing the 20th century: life and work of Abram Games
Monday 8th September, £7.50/ £3.50, Jewish Museum London
Marking the 100th anniversary of Abram Games’ birth, this new exhibition explores the celebrated poster designer’s life in East London, his Jewish background and significant contribution to British graphic design.
5. Idan Raichel concert
Tuesday 9th September, 7:00pm & 9pm, £30/£15, JW3
Idan Raichel is an Israeli singer-songwriter who has topped the Israeli charts and gained a significant international fan base. Catch him in one of two intimate piano concerts at JW3.
6. Behind The Scenes At Buckingham Palace In The Jubilee Year
Tuesday 9th September, 8:00, £14, London Jewish Cultural Centre
Former press officer for Buckingham Palace Zaki Cooper will describe the events of 2012’s Diamond Jubilee from the palace’s perspective, giving behind-the-scenes insight and highlighting the significant links between the monarchy and the Jewish community.
Wednesday 10th September, 6:30, £12/ £6, JW3
A dark and intense thriller about a family who unwittingly befriends the infamous Nazi doctor, Josef Mengele. Directed by Lucia Puenzo.