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Sunday 1 March 2020:
The Library of Exile Sunday 1 March 2020

Sun 1 Mar 2020, 11:00 - Kings Place, London
Venice and Dresden and will open at the British Museum in March 2020. Edmund’s talk is ahead of the
... exhibition’s opening at the British Museum in March 2020.
In memory of Dr David Cohen CBE.
Edmund de
Voices from the Warsaw Ghetto Sunday 1 March 2020

Sun 1 Mar 2020, 15:30 - Kings Place, London
'What we were unable to cry and shriek out to the world we buried in the ground.’ David Graber
When Time Stopped Sunday 1 March 2020

Sun 1 Mar 2020, 15:30 - Kings Place, London
and his bravery in living out the war undercover in Berlin, spying for the allies. She comes to Jewish
Judaism and Science: An Introduction Sunday 1 March 2020

Sun 1 Mar 2020, 16:30 - Kings Place, London
Author Eduard Shyfrin discusses his latest book, Travels with Sushi , a mystical, allegorical adventure in an alternate dimension exploring the intersection of Judaism, quantum science, kabbalah and G-d.
Eduard Shyfrin has spent the last six years studying the Torah and Kabbalah with a particular interest in in the intersection of science and religion. He has published a number of Torah Commen
From Moses to Moses - A Fictional Tale of Rambam the Physician Sunday 1 March 2020

Sun 1 Mar 2020, 13:30 - Kings Place, London
A thrilling historical novel of the great Jewish philosopher Moses Maimonides. From his childhood in tolerant Cordoba during Spain’s golden age, to exile and eventual settlement in Egypt when the draconian Almohads took power, Irving Taylor charts Maimonides’ life and his extraordinary intellectual journey.
Irving Taylor is Emeritus Professor of Surgery and a clinical teacher at University Col
Hip Set Sunday 1 March 2020

Sun 1 Mar 2020, 15:00 - Kings Place, London
Michael Fertik presents his novel, Hip Set .
Oscar Orleans is a Congolese refugee in Israel, the only Hebrew-speaking liaison to the African refugee community living in Tel Aviv’s worst slum.
When a young South Sudanese immigrant is murdered, Oscar ventures into the heart of the Sudanese underground, Israel’s hyper- violent Russian mafia, and a mystery that has been dormant for years near
Mothership Sunday 1 March 2020

Sun 1 Mar 2020, 12:30 - Kings Place, London
After her twins were born at only 30 weeks, Francesca Segal sat vigil in the 'mother ship’ of neonatal intensive care, all romantic expectations of new parenthood obliterated.
In conversation with acclaimed psychotherapist, psychoanalyst and author Susie Orbach, Francesca talks about those heart-wrenching days amidst a band of fearless and inspirational mothers.
Francesca Segal is an award
Learning from the Germans Sunday 1 March 2020

Sun 1 Mar 2020, 14:00 - Kings Place, London
King’s College London. His latest books are  Love: A New Understanding of an Ancient Emotion  and  The
Barbara: Dis, quand reviendras-tu? Sunday 1 March 2020

Sun 1 Mar 2020, 17:00 - Kings Place, London
The French chanteuse Barbara, who would have been 90 this year, defined the meaning of relationships for an entire generation. A million people packed the streets of Paris for her funeral and her songs are still heard at state occasions.
Norman Lebrecht, who made a BBC documentary of her life in 2011, looks back at Barbara through the prism of powerful Jewish women who burst upon the world fro

Friday 6 March 2020:
Mira Calix & the Calix Ensemble Friday 6 March 2020

Fri 6 Mar 2020, 20:00 - Kings Place, London
, originally composed for the London Sinfonietta and a gathering of live insects, the programme places this

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