Something for next week!

Something for next week!

We pick out some great attractions you can get your teeth stuck into over the next seven days, including Tracy Ann Oberman's new play and the Great British Jews exhibition

EastEnders actress Tracy Ann Oberman stars as Brenda, in 'Mother Of Him'
EastEnders actress Tracy Ann Oberman stars as Brenda, in 'Mother Of Him'

Mother of him 

EastEnders actress Tracy Ann Oberman stars as Brenda, a single Jewish mother who tries to manage her professional life while ushering youngest son, Jason, off to school. This could be a day like any other, if older brother Matthew wasn’t under house arrest. Evan Placey’s drama, inspired by true events, questions what it takes for a mother to stop loving her son. Until 26 October at Park Theatre

London Design Festival: Ali Miller 

Artist-designer Ali Miller has collaborated with London Craft Club to create an unusual way to display her ceramic collections – with a macramé plant hanger! You will learn a range of basic macramé knots, with demonstrations from experts. Friday, 20 September, 6pm, at Wolf & Badger, King’s Cross

London Design Festival: Ali Miller

The Last 

Four generations of an American Jewish family are stunned when Claire (played by Rebecca Schull), their beloved 92-year-old matriarch, who has been recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, reveals to them her true identity and the story of her arrival in the US. Her long-held secret upends all they knew about themselves. Thursday, 19 September, 8.30pm at JW3

The Last


Hi Impact presents this feel-good musical, based on Studs Terkel’s best-selling book of interviews with the American workforce and adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso. Working celebrates our search for meaning in the daily grind. Until Sunday, 22 September at Upstairs at the Gatehouse

Working, a musical

Great British Jews: A Celebration 

Discover more about Great British Jews: A Celebration from the museum’s Kathrin Pieren. The exhibition is a spin-off from the Jewish Lives project, which looks at the contribution of Jews in science, thought, public service, commerce, arts and sport. Sunday, 23 September, 3pm at Jewish Museum,

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Yigal Ozeri: Insistently Real

Looking straight towards the viewer’s eye, these sylph-like models smile, gaze and ponder as they have their picture taken – except not all is as it seems.

For as much as they seem like high-resolution photographs, the images are, in fact, oil paintings by Israeli artist Yigal Ozeri.

Known for his expertise in hyper-realistic paintings of beautiful women and landscapes, the work of Ozeri – who today lives in New York – has been featured in collections around the world, including at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Jewish Museum of New York, The Israel Museum and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

Now the talented 61-year-old’s latest work can be viewed for a limited time at Pontone Gallery in London. You have to see it to believe it!

Until 6 October at Pontone Gallery, Cadogan Gardens,

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