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What’s On January - April 2018


January - April 2018

Arts & Culture Free Falling


20s & 30s

Families & Youth

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Welcome TO JW3 We bring you the best in Jewish community, arts and culture throughout the year. With hundreds of events taking place each week, there is something for everyone! For information on all our Adult Education, Languages, Health & Fitness and Food & Drink classes, please check out our Classes & Courses brochure. Classes & Courses brochure

CONTENTS Arts & Culture

20s & 30s


Music p3

Youth p21

Performance p4

Families p23

Upcoming Festivals


Family Fun Sundays


Literature p7

Crafternoon p28

Jewish Book Week 2018


Friday Shababoom


Talks & Discussions


After School Activities


Memorials p14

Early Years


Sunday Night Live

Parenting p36


Cinema p15 Live Arts On Screen





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Baladi Blues Ensemble


MUSIC Baladi Blues in Concert Thursday 22 March 8pm | £15 | Concert The Baladi Blues Ensemble plays urban Egyptian dance music, echoing the urban sophistication and pace of 1950’s Cairo. Soulful accordion and saxophone improvisations energised by powerful AfroEgyptian percussion give the Ensemble their distinctive sound.


The Quantum Physics of My Heart © Mann Bros. Media


The Quantum Physics of My Heart

Art Salon: Gender Bender

Saturday 3 February 8.15pm | £10 | Play

Tuesday 6 February 7.30pm | £10 | Performance-Talk

A riotously funny immersive show about being a Jewish teenage girl. Inspired by her dad’s work as a scientist, Amy uses complex astrophysics (not really) to grapple with the teenage experiences that shaped her. Developed at the BAC and the Arts Theatre, The Quantum Physics of My Heart is a work-in-progress show by Amy Tobias.

The JW3 Art Salon is for artists and art-lovers. Each event explores a particular theme through cultural expressions. This salon looks at gender with Jewish educator Maureen Kendler on the original Yentl as a transgender story. With performer and academic Lazlo Pearlman and CN Lester, singer and author of Trans Like Me.



Does My Bomb Look Big in This?

Free Falling

Thursday 1 March 7.30pm | £12 | Play

Wednesday 28 March 7.30pm | £12 | Dance

Yasmin feels rage towards the city she used to call home, but Aisha sees a different London from her best friend. When Yasmin suddenly disappears into the arms of ISIS, Aisha must decide whether there is any truth or hope in Yasmin’s new-found world. Nyla Levy’s play Does My Bomb Look Big in This? exposes the reality of fractured Britain.

Award-winning Hagit Yakira Dance presents Free Falling, a sensual, striking double-bill of contemporary dance. Air Hunger is inspired by the fear and anxiety of suffocation. Free Falling looks at the idea of falling, failing and the determination to recover. Hagit Yakira has created a powerful and atmospheric programme based on a collection of stories gathered over her years of working as a dance movement therapist.

Marie S’Infiltre in London

The Inventor of All Things

Saturday 24 March 8.45pm | £12 | Comedy show in French

Thursday 26 April 7.30pm | £12 | Play

Marie S’Infiltre joue son one woman show au JW3. Du Festival de Cannes au meeting de Marine Le Pen, elle vous fait passer par la porte dérobée pour vous montrer des trésors de satire politique et sociale. Marie se démultiplie en une galerie de personnages ridicules prouvant ainsi que l’habit fait toujours le moine. Marie S’Infiltre in London © Maxime Allouche

Marie S’Infiltre brings her live comedy show to JW3. From the Cannes Film Festival to a political rally with Marine Le Pen, she mines the hidden gems of social and political satire. Marie plays different ridiculous characters, proving that the clothes do make the woman. This performance will be in French.

Leo Szilard is a Jewish Hungarian physicist on the run from the Nazis when he is the first to have the scariest idea that any human being has ever had: the Atomic Bomb. Jem Rolls’ critically acclaimed and unexpectedly funny play is the unbelievable true story of what happened next.



International Women’s Day Festival

Go East

Sunday 11 March

Sunday 8 April

This year’s Festival will focus on the theme of bodies: in motion and stillness; strong and vulnerable; natural, supernatural, and everything in between. There will be a panel discussion on women on screen, an evening of musical performances where singers reclaim songs about women, practical workshops, film screenings and a specially-commissioned sound installation. See online for details.

Showcasing sublime Sephardi and Mizrahi arts and culture with a special focus this year on music. See online for details.




Explore a world of stories, poetry, performance and discussion at our events for book lovers.


The JQ Wingate Literary Prize

Sunday 28 January, 2-5.30pm Prices vary, see online for details

Thursday 15 February Doors 7.30pm, Talk 8pm | £10 Ticket includes a glass of wine

JW3 and Jewish Book Week bring you Bookniks, our very own children’s book festival. Join us for a fun-filled afternoon of stories, crafts, puppetry and some of the most exciting children’s writers around. Includes the much-loved Judith Kerr, Emma Carroll, Alex Bellos & Ben Lyttleton, Irving Finkel and Raphael Honigstein and a celebration of Shel Silverstein.

Join us to find out the winner of the 2018 JQ Wingate Literary Prize. Before it is announced, this year’s judges – Bidisha, Amanda Craig, Maureen Kendler and Toby Lichtig – will discuss the significance of having a specifically Jewish prize and the challenges of judging it. The evening will be chaired by the BBC’s Emily Kasriel.


JEWISH BOOK WEEK 2018 Jewish Book Week returns to JW3 with a lively programme of lunchtime talks and interviews. All Jewish Book Week events at JW3 are £8 per ticket or £12 for a same day double bill Overture and Beginners Please: An Autobiography in Five Movements Monday 5 March 1pm | £8 | Talk International concert pianist Anthya Cohen recalls the colourful family background of her childhood in pre-war South Africa—from her grandparents’ struggles as new immigrants in Kimberley to her adolescence in colonial Durban. Chaired by Sue MacGregor. Storm in a D-Cup Monday 5 March 2.30pm | £8 | Talk June Kenton transformed Rigby & Peller into, arguably, the world’s leading lingerie brand. Her entertaining and life-enhancing memoir absorbingly draws together the many strands of her dynamic life. Chaired by Vanessa Feltz. Charlotte Salomon and the Theatre of Memory Tuesday 6 March 1pm | £8 | Talk Griselda Pollock’s major re-evaluation of Berlin-born artist, Charlotte Salomon, sheds new light on her remarkable combination of image, text, and music. This talk explores parallels with artists and thinkers who shared her experience of exile in Nazi-dominated Europe. 8

The Children of Willesden Lane Tuesday 6 March 2.30pm | £8 | Talk Acclaimed concert pianist Mona Golabek is the co-author of The Children of Willesden Lane (with Lee Cohen), the story of her mother’s escape from Austria aboard the famed Kindertransport and her life in London during WWII. Mona performs some of her mother’s favourite classical selections at the piano, as well as excerpts from the award-winning stage show, The Pianist of Willesden Lane.

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A Rocky Road


Wednesday 7 March 1pm | £8 | Talk

Thursday 8 March 1pm | £8 | Talk

Rabbi Abraham Levy’s memoir, co-written with Simon Rocker, is a testimony to religious faith in an increasingly secular world. Written with great charm and humour, it tells of his devotion to, and exceptional influence on, Jewish public life and the Sephardi London community for over 50 years. Chaired by Norman Lebrecht.

Yael Dayan, daughter of the legendary Moshe Dayan, looks back at her life as a fierce and eloquent activist and influential politician. While admitting to missing the vivacity of her youth, she remains engaged and engaging, continuing to speak out frankly for her beliefs. Chaired by Janet Suzman.

From Things Lost The Greatest Comeback: From Genocide to Football Glory Wednesday 7 March 2.30pm | £8 | Talk David Bolchover discusses his extraordinary new biography of Béla Guttmann, the world’s first celebrity football coach, who twice won the coveted European cup, despite having only narrowly survived the Holocaust. Chaired by David Winner.

Thursday 8 March 2.30pm | £8 | Talk Professor Shirli Gilbert’s book is a narrative of displacement, survival and an unlikely friendship in the wake of the Holocaust. Ambassador Yitzchak Mayer’s story—a lyrical letter from a wife to her missing husband in 1943— recounts an unforgettable chapter in history with powerful contemporary relevance. Chaired by Jenni Frazer. 9

talks & discussions For courses with Trudy Gold and William Tyler see our Classes & Courses season guide. The Truth Behind Fauda: The Real Story From An Undercover Duvdevan Commander with Daniel Kovler Sunday 14 January 8.30pm | £15 | £12 web advance Daniel was a commander in the undercover unit of the IDF, Duvdevan. Whilst he was on duty he was involved in the Park Hotel terror attack and Second Intifada. In this talk Daniel will tell the fascinating story of his selection, training and duty in the unit. He will also explain why the unit was established in 1986.

Joan Crawford - Always A Star with George McGhee Wednesday 10 January 2pm | £20 | £16 web advance It is time to re-assess Joan Crawford’s place in film history, as one of Hollywood’s biggest ever stars. In this talk, George will tell the real-life “rags to riches“ story of this Academy Award winning actor. She started her 50-year career in silents and survived the talkies in such classic films as Our Dancing Daughters, Grand Hotel and Mildred Pearce.


From Auschwitz to Jerusalem with Trudy Gold Tuesday 13 March 7.30pm | £12 The three years from the liberation of the camps to the creating of the State of Israel 70 years ago were arguably the most momentous and challenging in Jewish history. This event will analyse and explore that extraordinary time.

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Jewish Rome with Stephen Burstin

Middle East Update with Hagai Segal

Wednesday 31 January 7.30pm | £15 | £12 web advance

Wednesday 7 February 7.30pm | £20 | £16 web advance

An enthralling talk by Stephen Burstin, who spent three years conducting tours of Rome’s Jewish Ghetto. Learn about Julius Caesar’s admiration for the Jews, the 300 years of torment within the Ghetto walls, the Rabbi who conducted secret Shabbat services while Nazi stormtroopers patrolled outside, and lots more.

Hagai will explore and explain the latest developments from the everchanging Middle East, including in the Syria-Iraq dynamic, ISIS/IS/Daesh, and Israeli-Palestinian relations.

Harry Warren and The Hollywood Musical with George McGhee

Sunday 11 February 8pm | £15 | £12 web advance

Wednesday 7 February 2pm | £20 | £16 web advance By far the most successful film song writer ever, Harry Warren wrote such hits as I Only Have Eyes For You, Lullaby of Broadway, Jeepers, Creepers and many many more. Sadly he does not get the recognition he truly deserves so let’s put the record straight.

Can Israel Be Both Jewish and Democratic? with Professor Ruth Gavison

Ruth Gavison is a Professor Emerita of Law at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Come and hear her address the question of whether Israel should be identified as a ‘Jewish’ state within the wider regional context. Plus debate the recent proposals of constitutional changes.



Annual Spiro Tribute: Feathers in the Wind with Dr Sarah Abu-Kaf Wednesday 21 February 7.30pm | £15 | £12 web advance In this year’s lecture that celebrates the work of Robin and Nitza Spiro, Dr Sarah Abu-Kaf will talk about educating women and the Bedouin Arab society, higher education among Bedouin Arab young women, the difficulties, challenges and possibilities. Dr. Sarah Abu-Kaf is a faculty member and lecturer in crosscultural psychology at Ben Gurion University. Dr. Abu Kaf was the first woman in her Arab Bedouin village to attend university. She and her sister were the first women in their village to obtain doctoral degrees. Sarah will present insights into her own journey and the issues confronted by many Bedouin women today. She is a strong advocate of women’s education and how they are faced with the challenge of a patriarchal society that doesn’t always encourage or enable women to attend university. 12

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Pardes Pop Up: Speakers from the Pardes Institute in Jerusalem Wednesday 14 February 7.30-10pm £15 | £12 web advance

Survivor Speaks: Hungary with the Ambassador & Survivors Lily Ebert and Susan Pollack Tuesday 20 February 7.30pm | £10

Nechama Goldman Barash will look at sanctity in sexuality - does it really exist? Nechama teaches Tanakh and contemporary Halakha (Jewish Law) at Pardes. She has an MA in Talmud and is a Yoetzet Halakha, teaching and educating about sexuality in Judaism.

The Hungarian Ambassador HE Mr. Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky will be interviewed by Trudy Gold and they will then be in conversation with Hungarian survivors including Lily Ebert and Susan Pollack. This conversation will examine both the history and situation of the Jews in Hungary today.

Claire Bloom in A Movie and In Conversation with George McGhee

Exploring Belief: The Inaugural Religion and Media Seminar

Sunday 15 April 2pm | £15 | £12 web advance

Tuesday 27 March 10.30am-6.30pm £15 | £12 web advance A fresh look at the way religion is reported in the media and new ways to cover the oldest stories of all. With speakers including James Harding, BBC Director of News; Fatima Manji, television journalist and newsreader; Sarah Sands, Radio 4; Mark Thompson, CEO of the New York Times Company; Screenwriter Frank Cottrell Boyce and Fatima Solaria, BBC TV Commissioning Editor for Religion and Ethics. A partnership event with Coexist House and ComRes.

Claire Bloom

Watch one of Claire Bloom’s Hollywood hits, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, the 1965 British Cold War spy film directed by Martin Ritt and starring Richard Burton and Oskar Werner alongside Claire. The film was named one of the top ten films of 1966. There will be a post-screening conversation between Claire and George McGhee.


MEMORIALS Holocaust Memorial Day The Power of Words Friday 26 January 10.30am-12.30pm | Free


73 years ago the war ended and the horror was revealed. This year’s Holocaust Memorial Day theme is “The Power of Words”. The ceremony will be attended by Ambassadors, MPs and individuals from the local community. Speakers will include Howard Jacobson and there will be a music recital by Simon Wallfisch. Booking essential.

SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE Our regular in-conversation event with leading artists in their field WTF: Robert Peston In Conversation with Tim Samuels

There has been a people’s revolt against the way the West has been run. Brexit, Trump, the recent British and French elections saw millions of people proclaiming that they were sick of the status quo. In his new book, WTF, award-winning journalist and broadcaster Robert Peston, gives us his personal account of what happened to generate a series of political shocks like none we have seen before. With characteristic passion, wit and clarity he asks WTF happens next and how to create a brighter future. 14

Robert Peston © Robert J. Wilson

Sunday 14 January 8pm | £15


The Mercy

Darkest Hour

Our boutique cinema screens a weekly mix of the best new releases from around the world, plus Jewish and Israeli films curated by our partner, UK Jewish Film. For full details visit or pick up our monthly Cinema Guide.

Upcoming films in the next season January-April 2018 A wonderful selection of films will screen at the JW3 cinema in 2018, including several of the contenders for the Best Film Oscar, with new films from Steven Spielberg (The Papers) and Ridley Scott (All the Money in the World). We’ll also be showing acclaimed dramas The Mercy (starring Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz), Molly’s Game (written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, with a career-best performance from Jessica Chastain) and Darkest Hour (starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill). Check the JW3 website in early 2018 for further details.



Kinoteka: The 16th Polish Film Festival March-April We are delighted to host the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival. Organised by the Polish Cultural Institute in London, the festival celebrates the best of Polish cinema and culture. The full film programme will be announced in early 2018.


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Your Honour

UK Jewish Film Beat the January blues with some brilliant film and TV from UK Jewish Film. We’ll be screening UK International Jewish Film Festival favourites as well as brand new films every week at JW3, including episodes from the thrilling new Israeli crime series, Your Honour. From drama to comedy, there’s something to please everyone, so come in from the cold and join us!


Live arts on screen Live streams and ‘encore’ recordings of outstanding plays, operas and ballet from the UK’s leading companies Follies (National Theatre Encore) Wednesday 13 December & Thursday 25 January 6.30pm | £18 Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical is staged for the first time at the National Theatre. Starring Imelda Staunton, Tracie Bennett and Janie Dee. Rigoletto (Royal Opera House) Sunday 21 January 2pm | £18 The corruption of innocence is at the heart of Verdi’s potent and tragic opera.

Young Marx (National Theatre Encore) Tuesday 23 January 6.30pm | £18

Young Marx

Rory Kinnear is Marx and Oliver Chris is Engels in this new comedy written by Richard Bean and Clive Coleman.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Young Vic Encore) Thursday 22 February 7pm | £18 A thrilling revival of Tennessee Williams’ classic, starring Sienna Miller, Jack O’Connell and Colm Meaney. 18


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Carmen (Royal Opera House) Tuesday 6 March 6.45pm | £18 Bizet’s classic French opera stars Anna Goryachova in Barrie Kosky’s intense production. Lady Windermere’s Fan (Vaudeville Theatre) Tuesday 20 March 7.15pm | £18 Comedian and playwright Kathy Burke directs Oscar Wilde’s comedy of errors. Bernstein Centenary (Royal Ballet House) Tuesday 27 March 7.15pm | £18 The Royal Ballet celebrates the centenary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth with an all-Bernstein programme from the Company’s three associate choreographers, Wayne McGregor, Liam Scarlett and Christopher Wheeldon. Julius Caesar (National Theatre Encore) Wednesday 25 April 6.45pm | £18

Julius Caesar

Ben Whishaw stars as Caesar and David Morrissey plays Mark Antony in Nicholas Hytner’s production of Shakespeare’s play. 19

20 S & 30S Events for those in their 20s and 30s

Craft and Cocktail Club Tuesdays 16 January, 13 February & 13 March 7.30-9.30pm | £18 per session | £48 for the course Get ready to get your craft on! We invite you to come and enjoy an evening of handmade heaven, crafty creativity and joy with our professional artist here to guide you. Enjoy your free cocktail while you craft.

Cooking Around The World with Fabienne Viner-Luzzato

Friday Night Dinner Sponsored by March of the Living

Tuesdays 23, 30 January & 6 February

Friday 26 January 7.30-10.30pm | £22

7-9.30pm | £22 per session £60 for the course Another fabulous mini-series with Fabienne. Our favourite chef is back to take you on an international culinary adventure to tickle your tastebuds and challenge your cooking skills. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know in advance when booking. 20

Join us for our first Friday night dinner of the year! We will be hearing from two people who have participated in the Young Professional groups for March of the Living while enjoying a delicious three course meal, catered by our in-house restaurant, Zest.

YOUTH Bangers & Crash: Battle of The Bands

Duke of Edinburgh, powered by JLGB

Saturday 20 January 8-10pm, for musicians aged 14-18 £7.50 | Free for performers

Sundays 4 & 18 March 9.30am-4pm, for year 9+

In a band? Got what it takes to take your music to the next level? Email for your chance to perform. If you want to listen great music from a selection of bands battling it out, book your ticket and join us on the night. Doors open 8pm for an 8.30pm start. Booking essential. BBYO Weekly Chapter Meetings Sundays, 7-9pm, for ages 12-17 £3 | £1 for BBYO members Meet weekly for a range of fun and thought provoking activities. Turn up any week you want - first time is free. For more information including dates visit

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) is the world’s leading achievement award for young people. JLGB in partnership with JW3 will be running kosher and Shabbat-friendly expeditions. For more information email or call 020 8530 8220 and to book visit Youth Leadership Training Sundays 21 & 28 January, 11 February 10am-1pm, for ages 14-18, Free If you love working with children, then come and train with us. You will learn about welfare, feedback, free training, a DBS check, and the potential for future paid roles as a junior or senior youth leader on one of our schemes.

uFoodie Kidz Introducing uFoodie, a pop-up cookery school, developing children’s skills and passion for food. These classes teach children how to cook a proper meal for the whole family. They include knife safety, chopping skills, heat safety and personal hygiene when cooking. Children will share the meal after cooking. uFoodie Kidz Half-Term (ages 11-13)

uFoodie Kidz Sundays

Monday 12, Wednesday 14 & Friday 16 February | 10am-1pm £45 per day, £40 web advance Lunch included

Sundays 2-5pm For ages 9-13: 28 January, 15 April For ages 13-16: 11 March, 29 April £45 per day, £40 web advance 21

JW3 Membership Become a member and support outstanding programming that increases the quality, variety & volume of Jewish conversation. Membership benefits include:

• 10% discount on ticket prices* • Exclusive member events • 10% off food and drink at Zest To become a member and support our work please go to or call 020 7433 8988

*Terms and conditions apply.

FAMILIES FAMILY FUN SUNDAYS Bookniks Sunday 28 January, 2-5.30pm, for ages 2+ Prices vary, see online for details JW3 and Jewish Book Week bring you Bookniks, our very own children’s book festival. Join us for a fun-filled afternoon of stories, crafts, puppetry and some of the most exciting children’s writers, including the much-loved Judith Kerr.

K’mo B’bayit Tu B’Shvat

Interactive Cinema: FernGully: The Last Rainforest Sunday 4 February 11am-1pm, for ages 2+ £8 per child | £7 per adult A beautiful Australian rainforest is under threat from loggers. A fairy and a shrunken man hope to save the day in this delightful family fantasy from 1992. JW3 presents this interactive showing of the film complete with surprises, songsheets and a little bit of magic for you to enjoy. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Sunday 4 February 10.30am-11.15am, for ages under 2 11.30am-12.15pm, for ages 2-5 £5.50 per child | £2.50 per adult An Israeli get-together with live music and lots of surprises! We’ll celebrate the birthday of the trees with an interactive musical activity, lots of dancing and fun, dried fruit, crafts and more. Session in Hebrew. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 23

Are you looking for the perfect venue for your next simcha*, charity event or meeting? JW3 has the perfect set-up for your event. Not only do we have award-winning in-house kosher catering, but there are a variety of rooms for you to choose from including a 270seat auditorium, meeting rooms for 10-80 people and a 60-seat cinema, wonderful for kids’ parties or private screenings in

luxury surroundings. We also have a demonstration kitchen, the ideal setting for a unique hands-on birthday experience for adults or children. And our Howard Hall an exceptional space that can accommodate up to 180 seated guests for Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, weddings, or for charity dinners.

*Simcha [Sim-ch-a]: Yiddish noun meaning festive occasion or party. | | 020 7433 8989

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Imahot V’Avot Purim

Sunday 25 February 2-5pm, for ages 2+ £7 per child | £3 per adult £16 Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children)

Sunday 4 March

We can’t wait to see you at our Purimon celebration! We’ll have bouncy castles, craft activities, a dress-up kingdom, face painting and more special activities to celebrate this festival of feasting, costumes and fun!

2.30-4.30pm, for ages under 8 Children free | £5 per adult This is a social group for families who have one or more parent identifying as LGBTQ. Join us for a fun and musical Purim themed Imahot v’Avot get together. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Family Purim Carnival for Russian Families Sunday 4 March 2-3pm, for ages 4+ Hear ye! Hear ye! Her Majesty Queen Esther requests the presence of you and your family at our Purim Masquerade. With a costume competition, refreshments and a special entertainment programme in Russian. To book, please contact 020 3589 8212 or visit

The Great Purim Bake Off for French Families Sunday 4 March 4.30-6pm, for ages 3+ £6 per child | £6 per adult Join us for a hands-on baking workshop. Not only will you learn how to bake traditional French recipes but you will also be able to donate your delicious goods to families in need. A wonderful opportunity to donate your time for a good cause, learn a skill and meet other French-speaking families. Session in French. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


The Junk Orchestra


The Junk Orchestra: Interactive Performance Sunday 18 March 3-3.45pm, for ages 4+ £6 per child | £6 per adult Join the Junk Orchestra for a recycled rock concert. Music, building and science combined! The Junk Orchestra is a tuned collection of hand-built instruments all rescued and upcycled from London’s urban wasteland and now to JW3! The audience will be invited to play, form a band and rock out! Children must be accompanied by an adult.


K’mo B’bayit Pre-Pesach Celebration Sunday 25 March 10.30-11.15am, for ages under 2 11.30am-12.15pm, for ages 2-5 £5.50 per child | £2 per adult An Israeli get-together designed especially for Pesach! Join us when we get ready for Pesach - meet the Haggadah characters, sing the songs, tell the story, create Pesach craft, enjoy some family time and feel at home. Session in Hebrew. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

The Prince Of Egypt

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Interactive Cinema: The Prince Of Egypt Sunday 18 March 11am-1pm, for ages 7+ £8 per child | £8 per adult Enjoy our interactive screening of Disney’s The Prince of Egypt. Open your goodie bag to discover puzzles, edible treats, singalong sheets, great props and lots of fun! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Seder Songs Sunday 25 March 2-3pm, for ages 2+ £6 per child | £2 per adult £12 for 4 (family ticket price) JW3 presents this fun-tastic singing seder. Learn the songs for the seder night. We’ll provide song sheets and musical accompaniment; all you have to do is bring your voice! Refreshments included. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


Crafternoon Our series of themed craft activities for children and their families on Sunday afternoons. Free entry, donations are welcome. For ages 2+. Children must be accompanied by an adult. New Year Around the World

Tu B’Shvat

Sunday 14 January | 2-4.30pm

Sunday 4 February | 2-4.30pm

Celebrate 2018 by making traditional new year scenes from around the world.

It’s Tu B’Shvat so wish happy birthday to the trees and make your own picture of a tree beginning to bloom.

Snowpeople Puppets Sunday 21 January | 2-4.30pm

Love is in the Air

Make your own snowpeople - these lovely puppets won’t melt when you take them home.

Sunday 11 February | 2-4.30pm Feel the love and design a card for someone you care about!

Book Characters Sunday 28 January | 2-4.30pm Create your favourite book character using a paper plate for our Bookniks festival. You can keep it as it is or make it into a mask.


Make a Mask Sunday 18 February | 2-4.30pm Get ready for Purim - create your own mask and decorate it to take home and add to your costume!

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Caterpillars and Butterflies

Clothes Peg Grasshoppers

Sunday 4 March | 2-4.30pm

Sunday 18 March | 2-4.30pm

As spring gets closer, the caterpillars become butterflies. Make your own models of metamorphosis!

Come and make a cheeky, springy grasshopper as the grass outside gets greener. Make it, take it and hop all the way home!

Superhero Wrist Bands and Sashes Sunday 11 March | 2-4.30pm For International Women’s Day we invite you to make your own superhero accessories. We have suffragette sashes and Wonder Woman wristbands to bring out the smart and strong hero in you!

Elijah's Cup 25 March | 2-4.30pm It's nearly Passover and Elijah has a special cup to sit on the Seder table. Paint Elijah's cup and decorate it with gems to make it extra exciting!

FRIDAY SHABBABOOM Shabbaboom: Music and Baking for Families Fridays 12 January - 23 March* 10-11.15am, for ages 1-5 £8.50 per child | Free for adults Everyone is invited to our special Friday morning celebration - we will start by rolling, braiding and baking challah! We will then join together for an interactive sing-along and dancing to welcome Shabbat. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 16 February


AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Tzofim/Tzofikeff Thursdays 4 January - 22 March* 4.30-6pm Tzofikeff: for years 2-3 Tzofim: for years 4-6 Come join the Tzofim once a week for lively and fun Hebrew activities. For more information and to book, contact: These are drop-off events. Session in Hebrew. * No session 15 February

Street Dance Mondays 8 January - 26 March* 4.30-5.15pm, for ages 5-8 5.15-6pm, for ages 9-13 £93.50 for the 11 weeks course £10 paid trial via Box Office Try popping, locking and hip-hop moves in this inspirational street dance class. This is a drop-off event. * No session 12 February

Play Time with London Hebrew Gymnasium Mondays 8 January - 26 March* 4.30-5.20pm, for ages 5-7 Bringing a new surprise every week: music, science, drama or Israeli culture, led and facilitated in Hebrew. For booking and information visit: or email: This is a drop-off event. * No session 12 February

Safa with London Hebrew Gymnasium Mondays 8 January - 26 March* 5.30-6.15pm, for ages 5-7 A friendly setting to familiarise yourself with Hebrew letters, nikud and take the first steps in reading Hebrew. For booking and information please visit: or email Session in Hebrew. * No session 18 February

February Half-Term Scheme Monday 12 - Friday 16 February | 10am-4pm (Friday 10am-2.30pm) Monday-Thursday: £35 (£28 early bird) | Friday: £30 (£25 early bird) Early bird available until 4 February. For ages 5-11* Join us for one day or the whole week. Children will enjoy professionally delivered workshops and hands-on activities with our youth leadership team, with kosher snacks and lunch provided. * See p21 for half-term food events with uFoodie for ages 11-13. 30

early years French Fun with Club Petit Pierrot

Street Dance

Mondays 8 January - 26 March* 10.30-11.15am, for ages 1-3

Mondays 8 January - 26 March* 3.50-4.30pm, for ages 3-5 £93.50 for 11 week course £10 paid trial via Box Office

Join us for French Fun with Club Petit Pierrot. For booking visit, email admin@, or call 020 7385 5565. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 12 February

A fun introductory dance class. Excellent way to learn rhythm, improve memory, co-ordination and muscle tone. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 12 February

The Creation Station Tuesdays 9 January - 27 March* 9.40-10.30am, 10.50-11.40am For ages 15 months - 5 years £10.50 per drop-in session £42.50 for 5 weeks £93.50 for 11 weeks Baby Yoga with The Baby Yoga Company Mondays 8 January - 26 March* 2-3pm, for ages 3 months to walking £10 per session | £48 for 6 weeks Stretch, strengthen and relax with your baby, as you do specially-adapted yoga exercises which enhance your bond with your baby and are beneficial for both parent and baby alike. * No session 12 February

The perfect solution for all your child’s creativity needs. Each class is themed around colour, texture and shape. Children will use a wide range of arts and crafts tools and materials to create something lovely to take home. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 13 February



Hartbeeps Happy House

Happy House sessions keep busy toddlers engaged as they take a big, bold, learning adventure. Expect music, drama, storytelling, movement and fun! Younger siblings very welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 14 February


Wednesdays 10 January - 28 March* 10-10.45am, for walkers to age 4 £9 per drop-in session £37.50 for 5 weeks £82.50 for 11 weeks

Hartbeeps Babybeeps

Hartbeeps Babybells

Wednesdays 10 January - 28 March* 11-11.45am, for ages 6-12 months £9 per drop-in session £37.50 for 5 weeks £82.50 for 11 weeks

Wednesdays 10 January - 28 March* 12noon-12.45pm For ages 6 weeks - 6 months £9 per drop-in session £37.50 for 5 weeks £82.50 for 11 weeks

Using great music, bright, beautiful sensory props and puppets, our fun Babybeeps sessions encourages little ones’ language and physical development. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 14 February


Babybell classes for parents and their newborns uses elements of baby yoga, baby massage and calming techniques alongside soundtracks of remixed nursery rhymes and lullabies. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 14 February

Tickets 020 7433 8988

Kick and Play Thursdays 11 January - 29 March* 10-10.45am, for ages 1-2 £50 for 5 weeks £110 for 11 weeks £10 paid trial via Box Office Our experienced instructors along with our puppet friends, Mimi & Pepe, take you and your little one through a world of exciting physical activity - balance, run, kick and play – all while having a blast! Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 15 February

JW3 Puppet Tales

Super Soccer Stars

Wednesdays 10 January - 28 March* 3-3.45pm or 4.15-5pm For ages 21/2-6 £7 per child, free for adults

Thursdays 11 January - 29 March* 10.50-11.40am, for ages 2-4 £47.50 for 5 weeks £99 for 11 weeks £10 paid trial via Box Office

A magical afternoon full of stories, fun and special hand-made puppets designed for each session. Each week the children will discover a different tale and be encouraged to develop their imagination, enrich their vocabulary and socialise with their friends. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 14 February

At Super Soccer Stars we use the ball as the vehicle to help children develop self-confidence, improve motor skills, socialisation skills, coordination and stability building activities. Each class includes rich language exposure and movements such as running, jumping and changing directions. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 15 February



JW3 Cooking Together Thursdays 11 January - 22 March* 4.15-5.15pm, for ages 2-5 £12 per class for drop-in £50 for 5 weeks £90 for 10 week course Every week children have fun with hands-on recipes inspired by different cultures and traditions and are encouraged to learn about vitamins and nutrients within our food as well as practise their fine motor skills and cooking techniques. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 15 February


Amazing Tots - Developmental Play Group For Children with Disabilities Fridays 12 January - 23 March* 10am-12noon | Free A developmental stay and play session for under 5s, aimed specifically at children aged 0-2 years, who have a disability or developmental delay. The group focuses on supporting early language and communication development. For more information please contact Karen Rodrigues-Ayers or 0207 359 3635. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 16 February

Tickets 020 7433 8988

Sha’at Sipur Ve’tnua

Family Music Time with KangaRooKids

Tuesdays 16 January - 27 March* 4-4.45pm, for ages 2-5 £7 per child | Free for adults

Sundays 14 January - 25 March 10.15-11am, 11.15am-12noon For ages under 4 £8.50 per child | Free for adults

Each week children will be introduced to a range of new and classic Israeli stories and get to practise their Hebrew in an enjoyable way. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Session in Hebrew. * No session 13 February

Join us at JW3 for family fun time with KangaRooKids, a music session that will ignite your little one’s imagination and help to build their confidence in a fun and energetic way. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

JW3 Playgroup Thursdays 18 January- 29 March* 10-11.30am, for ages under 2 £6 per child | Free for adults Join us every Thursday morning for some informal play, songs, games, chat and activities for the little ones. Each week we will also be holding a mini Shabbat service with fresh challah and Shabbat songs. Our playgroup is ideal for under 2’s and their grown-ups. Children must be accompanied by an adult. * No session 15 February


PARENTING Antenatal Classes with Bump and Baby Club Wednesdays 3 - 31 January Or 21 & 28 February, 7 & 21 March 7.30-9.30pm £250 per couple for the course Feel confident, prepared and excited for the arrival of your baby. Our invaluable antenatal course for couples covers everything you need to know about your remaining pregnancy, labour, birth and the early days of parenthood, including baby first aid. Courses run continually throughout the year. To book please visit or phone 0207 419 8538.

Baby Kino Every Monday 10.30am | £5 Enjoy special morning screenings of new releases in our state-of-theart cinema with your little ones. Especially designed for parents/carers accompanied by a baby under 1. No need to worry about feeding or crying with our relaxed atmosphere. Plus get a Zest special offer with your ticket: a hot drink and slice of cake for just £4!


NCT Early Days Postnatal Group Tuesdays 9 January – 6 February Or Tuesdays 20 February - 27 March 10.30am-12.30pm Meet a network of local parents whilst gaining useful and practical knowledge for those with babies aged 6 weeks - 6 months. To book a place please contact Clare Mallors, at or on 0208 752 2472.

Baby Café @ Zest Wednesdays 10 January - 28 March 9.30-11am, for children under 2, free Come along every Wednesday morning with your little one to Zest and... relax. We will add soft mats and toys and make some space for your pram so you can truly enjoy that welldeserved cup of coffee. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Mothers Who Make at JW3 Fridays 12 January, 9 February, 9 March 10am-12pm | Free Mothers Who Make is a national peer support group and creative exchange session for mothers who are passionate/professionals in the arts. Children welcome, booking essential.

Tickets 020 7433 8988

Hypnobirthing with Bump and Baby Club Sundays 14 January or 4 February Or 25 March, 2-6pm This four hour complete course is focused on hypnobirthing techniques – breathing, deep relaxation and visualization – to maximise your chances of having a calm, comfortable labour and birth, with as little pain as possible. To book please visit or phone 0207 419 8538.

Baby and Child First Aid Sunday 4 February 1-3pm | £25 per person | £42 per couple This essential two hour session teaches baby and child first aid as well as providing a wonderful opportunity for parents to come together and meet other new parents. For expecting parents and parents with children ages 0-3.


Events & Activities by Date Arts & Culture


20s & 30s

Families & Youth

Wednesday 10 January Joan Crawford – Always A Star 2pm p10

Saturday 3 February The Quantum Physics of My Heart

Friday 12 January Mothers Who Make at JW3 10am p36

Sunday 4 February K’mo B’bayit Tu B’Shvat for ages under 2 10.30am p23 for ages 2-5 11.30am p23 Interactive Cinema: FernGully: The Last Rainforest 11am p23 Baby and Child First Aid 1pm p37 Crafternoon: Tu B’Shvat 2pm p28 Hypnobirthing with Bump and Baby Club 2pm p37

Sunday 14 January Crafternoon: New Year Around the World 2pm p28 Hypnobirthing with Bump and Baby Club 2pm p37 Sunday Night Live: Robert Peston 8pm p14 The Truth Behind Fauda 8.30pm p10 Tuesday 16 January Craft and Cocktail Club 7.30pm Saturday 20 January Bangers & Crash: Battle of the Bands 8pm



Sunday 21 January Youth Leadership Training 10am p21 Rigoletto (Royal Opera House) 2pm p18 Crafternoon: Snowpeople Puppets 2pm p28 Tuesday 23 January Young Marx (National Theatre Encore) 6.30pm Cooking Around the World 7pm Thursday 25 January Follies (National Theatre Encore)


p18 p20


Friday 26 January Holocaust Memorial Day – The Power of Words 10.30am p14 Friday Night Dinner Sponsored by March of the Living 7.30pm p20 Sunday 28 January Youth Leadership Training 10am p21 Bookniks 2pm p7/23 uFoodie Kidz Sunday for ages 9-13 2pm p21 Crafternoon: Book Characters 2pm p28

8.15pm p4

Tuesday 6 February Cooking Around the World 7pm Art Salon: Gender Bender 7.30pm

p20 p4

Wednesday 7 February Harry Warren and The Hollywood Musical 2pm p11 Middle East Update 7.30pm p11 Friday 9 February Mothers Who Make at JW3 10am p36 Sunday 11 February Youth Leadership Training 10am Crafternoon: Love is in the Air 2pm Can Israel Be Both Jewish and Democractic? 8pm Monday 12 February uFoodie Kidz Half-Term for ages 11-13


10am p21 7.30pm p13

Thursday 15 February The JQ Wingate Literary Prize 7.30pm Friday 16 February uFoodie Kidz Half-Term for ages 11-13


10am p21

Tuesday 13 February Craft and Cocktail Club 7.30pm Wednesday 14 February uFoodie Kidz Half-Term for ages 11-13 Pardes Pop Up

p21 p28


10am p21

Tuesday 30 January Cooking Around the World 7pm


Sunday 18 February Crafternoon: Make A Mask 2pm


Wednesday 31 January Jewish Rome


Tuesday 20 February Survivor Speaks: Hungary 7.30pm




Events & Activities by Date Wednesday 21 February Annual Spiro Tribute: Feathers in the Wind 7.30pm p12

Tuesday 13 March Craft and Cocktail Club 7.30pm From Auschwitz to Jerusalem 7.30pm

Thursday 22 February Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Young Vic Encore)

Sunday 18 March Duke of Edinburgh Interactive Cinema: The Prince of Egypt Crafternoon: Clothes Peg Grasshoppers The Junk Orchestra: Interactive Performances

Sunday 25 February Purimon



2pm p25

March/April Kinoteka: The 16th Polish Film Festival


Thursday 1 March Does My Bomb Look Big In This? 7.30pm p5 Sunday 4 March Duke of Edinburgh Family Purim Carnival for Russian Families Crafternoon: Caterpillars and Butterflies Imahot V’Avot Purim The Great Purim Bake Off for French Families



2pm p25 2pm p29 2.30pm p25 4.30pm p25

Monday 5 March Overture and Beginners Please: An Autobiography in Five Movements 1pm p8 Storm in a D-Cup 2.30pm p8 Tuesday 6 March Charlotte Salomon and the Theatre of Memory The Children of Willesden Lane Carmen (Royal Opera House)







Wednesday 7 March A Rocky Road 1pm p9 The Greatest Comeback: From Genocide to Football Glory 2.30pm p9 Thursday 8 March Transitions From Things Lost

1pm p9 2.30pm p9

Friday 9 March Mothers Who Make at JW3 10am p36 Sunday 11 March International Women’s Day Festival p6 uFoodie Kidz Sunday for ages 13-16 2pm p21 Crafternoon: Superhero Wristbands and Sashes 2pm p29


p20 p10 p21

11am p27 2pm p29 3pm p26

Tuesday 20 March Lady Windermere’s Fan (Vaudeville Theatre)


Thursday 22 March Baladi Blues in Concert

8pm p3

Saturday 24 March Marie S’Infiltre in London

8.45pm p5


Sunday 25 March K’mo B’bayit Pre-Pesach Celebration for ages under 2 10.30am p26 for ages 2-5 11.30am p26 Seder Songs 2pm p27 Crafternoon: Elijah’s Cup 2pm p29 Hypnobirthing with Bump and Baby Club 2pm p37 Tuesday 27 March Exploring Belief: The Inaugural Religion and Media Seminar 10.30am Bernstein Centenary (Royal Ballet House) 7.15pm Wednesday 28 March Free Falling

p13 p19

7.30pm p5

Sunday 8 April Go East p6 Sunday 15 April Claire Bloom in A Movie and in conversation with George McGhee 2pm p13 uFoodie Kidz Sunday for ages 9-13 2pm p21 Wednesday 25 April Julius Caesar (National Theatre Encore)


Thursday 26 April The Inventor of All Things

7.30pm p5

Sunday 29 April uFoodie Kidz Sunday for ages 13-16





REGULAR EVENTS Families & Youth Mondays Baby Kino (ages under 1) French Fun with Club Petit Pierrot (ages 1-3) Baby Yoga (ages 3 months - walking) Street Dance (ages 3-5) Play Time with London Hebrew Gymnasium (ages 5-7) Street Dance (ages 5-8) Street Dance (ages 9-13) Safa with London Hebrew Gymnasium (ages 5-7)

10.30am p36 10.30am p31 2pm p31 3.50pm p31 4.30pm p30 4.30pm p30 5.15pm p30 5.30pm p30

Tuesdays The Creation Station (ages 15 months - 5 years) 9.40am p31 NCT Early Days Postnatal Group (ages 6 weeks - 6 months) 10.30am p36 Sha’at Sipur Ve’tnua (ages 2-5) 4pm p35

Wednesdays Baby Café @ ZEST (ages under 2) Hartbeeps Happy House (walkers to age 4) Hartbeeps Babybeeps (ages 6-12 months) Hartbeeps Babybells (ages 6 weeks - 6 months) JW3 Puppet Tales (ages 21/2-6) Antenatal Classes with Bump and Baby Club

9.30am p36 10am p32 11am p32 12noon p31 3pm & 4.15pm p33 7.30pm p36

Thursdays Kick and Play (ages 1-2) JW3 Playgroup (ages under 2) Super Soccer Stars (ages 2-4) JW3 Cooking Together (ages 2-5) Tzofim / Tzofikeff (for years 2-6)

10am p33 10am p35 10.50am p33 4.15pm p34 4.30pm p30

Fridays Shabbaboom: Music and Baking for Families (ages 1-5) 10am p29 Amazing Tots (ages 0-2) 10am p34

Sundays Family Music Time with KangaRooKids (ages under 4) BBYO Weekly Chapter Meetings (ages 12-17)


10.15 & 11.15am 7pm

p35 p21

JW3 would like to thank our generous donors FOUNDATION BENEFACTOR Clore Duffield Foundation JW3 Capital Campaign Major Benefactors Sir Trevor Chinn CVO & Lady Susan Chinn CBE City Bridge Trust Dr Naim Dangoor CBE z"l Barbara & Mick Davis The Dorfman Foundation Caroline Elton & Andrew Franklin Alan & Sabine Howard International Charitable Fund Richard & Pamela Jacobs David & Denise Joseph Clive & Helene Kahn Klein & Cantor Families The Morris Leigh Foundation Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands Foundation Harold & Nicola Pasha Pears Foundation The Rayne Trust David & Alex Rhodes Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe Family of Mr Basil Sandelson Donald Sussman Nick Viner & Victoria Boyarsky Garfield Weston Foundation

JW3 Capital Campaign Supporters Susan Bernerd MBE & Roger Samuel Moss Diane & Roy Dantzic Dwek Family Charitable Trust Clare & David Kershaw Lord & Lady Kestenbaum In memory of Pauline & Lennie Lander The Jonathan Levy & Charles Rifkind Charitable Settlement Philippa & Richard Mintz Edna & Mandy Moross Deborah Querub & Eitan Schwartz Jamie & Joey Ritblat The Wigoder Family Foundation Derek & Deborah Zissman

LJCC Ruth Berkowitz Charitable Trust Bertha Foundation Bertie Black Foundation Michael & Bettina Bradfield Alan & Caroline Brill The Children’s Aid Committee Charitable Fund Stanley Cohen OBE z”l & Joy Cohen z”l JW3 Capital The Sidney & Elizabeth Corob Campaign Benefactors Charitable Trust Richard & Patricia Beecham CST Elliot Bernerd Neil & Beryl Davis Tara Bernerd & Partners Sir Michael & Lady Heller The Black Family Kaye Family Toby & Sharon Coppel Aimwell Charitable Trust The J Isaacs Charitable Trust The Kirsh Foundation & Jonathan Lourie Wendy Fisher Richard & Patricia Millett The Catherine Lewis Foundation The Nohr Family Stanley & Zea Lewis Outset Contemporary John Lyon’s Charity Art Fund M&C Trust Roche Bobois Clive Marks OBE & The Cyril Shack Trust the Hon Adrianne Marks Shoresh Foundation Michael & Jeanette Marx UJIA Joanna Millan Allan & Diana Morgenthau Pears Foundation

Presidents Club Charitable Trust Rubin Foundation Edmond J Safra Philanthropic Foundation Marc & Emma Samuels Philanthropic Foundation K C Shasha Charitable Foundation Sheinman Family Archie Sherman Charitable Trust Harvey & Jane Spack Sir Sigmund Sternberg KC*SG z"l Richard & Diana Toeman MBE The Dyna & Fala Weinstock Charitable Trust Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust 2017/18 JW3 Patrons Aimwell Charitable Trust Blavatnik Family Foundation The Bloom Foundation The Bluston Charitable Settlement Bettina & Michael Bradfield Paul & Peggy Brett The Childwick Trust The R & S Cohen Foundation Sir Mick & Lady Barbara Davis David & Judy Dangoor The Finnart House School Trust Sir Michael & Lady Morven Heller The J Isaacs Charitable Trust Kaye Family Harold & Nicola Pasha Pears Foundation The Gerald Ronson Family Foundation The Sackler Trust K C Shasha Charitable Foundation Michael & Melanie Sherwood Charitable Foundation Garfield Weston Foundation And our many other supporters and members. 41

VISIT US CONCESSIONS & DISCOUNTS Concessions are available for recipients of universal credit, pension credit, disability living allowance, full-time students in possession of NUS/ISIC cards, and companions/carers of people with disabilities. Please call the box office to book concessionrate tickets. Concessions and discounts cannot be combined. Our bursary fund is available to those who cannot meet the full cost of a course or event. To apply, please email Ziva Ambalo in confidence at

The Six Point Foundation legacy grant survivor enrichment programme can, at JW3’s discretion, provide an 80% reduction for entrance to a wide range of events at JW3 for those Holocaust survivors and refugees who would like to attend but have financial needs. The Six Point Foundation legacy grant can also assist with transport costs, carers and other relevant accessibility costs for those unable to meet these costs themselves. Group booking discount: Buy nine tickets for the same event at the same time and get the tenth one free.

ACCESS JW3 is an accessible building for people with physical impairments. The JW3 Cinema and Howard Hall both have a hearing loop. For further details please visit or call the Box Office.

PARKING Paid parking is available at the O2 Centre, 400m away. Free parking on Finchley Road and adjacent side roads after 7pm (6.30pm side roads) Mondays to Saturdays and all day Sunday. JW3 is situated in a residential area. Please be considerate of our neighbours if parking locally, and ensure you leave adequate space for emergency vehicles to pass.



Sunday 9am-9pm Monday-Thursday 9.30am-9pm Friday 9am-Various Saturday Various

Sunday-Thursday: 9am-11pm Friday 9am-Various Saturday Various

*Opening hours are subject to occasional variation – please check our website for full details. JW3: 341-351 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET Box Office +44 (0)20 7433 8988

JW3 is a Jewish community centre with a kosher restaurant, café and bar – only food bought at JW3 can be eaten on the premises. When we are open over Shabbat or Jewish holidays, we will run a reduced “JW3 Unplugged” programme and the Cinema and Zest will be closed. Further details available on request. Prices, dates and times are subject to change. JW3 Trust Ltd is a registered charity, No. 1117644. JW3 Trading Ltd, registered company No. 7686352 (England and Wales), is a wholly owned subsidiary of JW3 Trust Ltd.

What's On January - April 2018  
What's On January - April 2018