What's On

The League of Jewish Women offers a wide range of seminars, talks, workshops and cultural events. Our diary is regularly updated, so come back soon for more events. We provide seminars on health matters and social issues, LeagueArtz events and training for our welfare projects.

For LeagueArtz events, please inform the contact for the event if you find that you are unable to attend as others may be waiting for your place. On occasions the start of the event has been delayed whilst waiting for people to attend. Some events have limited availability and tickets will be issued on a first come first served basis. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

If you are a member of one of the Art Galleries or are the holder of an Art Card please inform the LeagueArtz hostess when you book your place. We need to register this information with the venue in advance for it to be valid.

This is a reminder that no calls or emails should be made to members on Shabbat or Jewish Holy Days. Please note that all cheques should be made out to LJW. If you would like to pay for your event by card please follow the links below or call Tania at the office on 020 7242 8300.

Non-members will be asked for proof of identity and will need to bring photographic proof of identity with them to events.

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If you would prefer not to pay the administration fee you can send a cheque to The LJW, ORT House, 126 Albert Street, London NW1 7NE. Please enclose an SAE if you require a receipt.

  • Piano Explored

    Howard Shelley will be presenting a series of Lunchtime Concerts. He will talk about and play the following concertos: 4th October - The Grieg Piano Concerto, 1st November - Schumann, 6th December - Shostakovich No.2, 7th February - Mendelssohn No.1,  7th March - Saint-Saens No.2. Tickets £16.50. Please contact linda@thewebers.co.uk with dates and number of tickets required by 1st October. click here for more information.

    • Oct
  • The Cherry Orchard

    The Guildhall School of Music and Drama presents Tom Stoppard’s version of the Anton Chekhov masterpiece; a comedy about a family facing ruin, a poignant snapshot of the sweeping change that came to a head with the Russian Revolution in 1917. Tickets £6.50. Contact Tania  020 7242 8300 or email: Tania@theljw.org  by August 31. click here for more information.

    • Oct
  • The Cairo Genizah

    This exhibition contains 193,000 manuscript fragments from the Middle Ages & Early Modern Period, recovered from the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Old Cairo. Tickets £35 include a tour of the exhibition, a private talk and transport from Edgware & Hendon Reform Synagogue. Contact Tania 020 7242 8300 or email Tania@theljw.org. click here for more information.

    • Oct
  • Putting Your House in Order: Preparing for the Future

    The Social Issues Committee invites you to an information panel for you to put your questions to the experts. Elissa Bayer is a Senior Investment Director in the City, Trustee and Advisor to three charities, Janice McNair worked in the pensions industry for 40 years, and Richard Harris is the LJW Honorary Solicitor.  Tickets £18 members/£20… click here for more information.

    • Nov
  • Balfour 100 Years

    An evening of music, song and drama to mark the unique event drawing Christians and Jews together in celebration of the centenary of the Balfour Declaration. Artists include London's Israeli Dance Institute, Klezmer band Shir, world famous violinist Sergei Popov, Israeli singer Tally Koren plus many more. Tickets £40. Contact Tania 020 7242 8300 or… click here for more information.

    • Nov
  • Marlborough House

    LeagueArtz has organised a conducted tour of Marlborough House. It was built in 1711, designed by Christopher Wren and had the status of a Royal Palace. It is now the home of the British Commonwealth Office. Tickets £7.50. Contact Tania 020 7242 8300 or email Tania@theljw.org. click here for more information.

    • Nov

    Is the freedom of the press under attack? Is the truth just what people choose to hear? Speaker Ned Temko is a journalist and author, most recently for The Observer Group on political and social issues. He is a regular panellist on BBC World’s Dateline London and Question Time and was the editor of the Jewish Chronicle until 2005. click here for more information.

    • Dec
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