The best pick of Jewish events in London this week, by Janine Saul
Don’t miss out!
1. Havanagiggle [divider]
Thursday, 24th of July, £8 (£4 conc) 8:00pm at JW3
After a successful last season, the UK comedy circuit brings fresh talent to the stage, with the edgy Juliet Meyers and the jocular Benjamin Crellin serving up exciting new comedic flare.
2. Freud Museum Annual Open Day [divider]
Thursday, 24th of July, 12-5pm at The Freud Museum
House tours, special insight talks plus tea and activities to celebrate the launch of the new Anna Freud room, which documents her major contributions to the field of child psychoanalysis.
3. Sounds Of The Sea With Classical Babies [divider]
Sunday, 27th of July, £7child/£3adult (£3.50/£1.50 conc) 11:00am at JW3
Relax with your little one on the sand while you listen to beautiful live chamber music, specially chosen to appeal to babies and adults and performed by professional musicians.
4. Young Professionals – Pub Quiz On The Beach [divider]
Sunday, 27th of July, £3/£5 including a drink, 7:45pm at JW3
Whether you’re competitive or just want a friendly match, make a team and compete against other young professionals in a varied quiz on the JW3 beach, with a grilled menu available.
5. A Mancunian Rhapsody [divider]
Monday, 28th of July, £13.50, 9:00pm at LJCC
Part of the Camden Fringe Festival, this new musical comedy depicts the extremes of religious Jewish life in Manchester. Can Freddy Mercury-loving Rivki Pashinsky survive the devastating rumours that will change her family life forever?
6. Curator talk: For King and Country? [divider]
Monday, 28th of July, £7.50adult/£3.50child (£6.50 conc) 2pm at Jewish Museum London
Jewish Military Museum Curator Roz Currie will reveal a deeper insight into hidden Jewish stories from the First World War in this special talk that complements the current exhibition.
7. An Insomniacs Guide To Ambulances – original theatre [divider]
Wednesday, 30th of July, £10 (£8 conc) 7:15pm at LJCC
Another Camden Fringe offering, this play explores the mind of an insomniac paramedic, who allows us into his internal world of chaos. Expect humorous yet dark scenes with interactive elements.