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You can view forthcoming events and book tickets for them through our virtual box office, below. It is a secure system which accepts all the major credit and debit cards. In the unlikely circumstances that an event is cancelled, your payment will be refunded.

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  • Wednesday
    Jan  30
    Franz Kafka
    Wednesday, Jan 30th 7:45p to 10:00p
    Franz Kafka – a literature genius, giant of 20th century literature and prophet of the horrors and angst of totalitarianism.

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  • Sunday
    Feb  10
    Beth Shalom - Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Sunday, Feb 10th 10:30a to 4:00p
    The National Holocaust Centre and Museum promotes an understanding of the roots of discrimination and prejudice, and the development of ethical values, leading to a greater understanding within society. The Centre uses the history of genocide as a model of how society can break down, and emphasises how current and future generations must carefully examine and learn from these tragedies.

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  • Monday
    Feb  11
    Film Night - Crossing Delancy
    Monday, Feb 11th 7:30p to 10:30p
    Thirty-something Isabelle "Izzy" Grossman (Amy Irving) spends her time going from her tiny, solitary West Side apartment to that of her grandmother (Reizl Bozyk) on the Lower East Side. In between, Izzy builds a glowing reputation at the swank bookstore where she works. While her grandmother plots to find her a romantic match, Izzy is courted by a married, worldly author, Anton (Jeroen Krabbé), yet can't seem to shake the down-to-earth appeal of Sam (Peter Riegert), a pickle vendor.

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  • Wednesday
    Mar  13
    Genizah Library - Cambridge
    Wednesday, Mar 13th 2:00p to 4:00p
    193,000 manuscripts form the Cairo Genizah Collection at Cambridge University Library - the world's largest and most important single collection of medieval Jewish manuscripts. For a thousand years, the Jewish community of Fustat (Old Cairo), placed their worn-out books in a storeroom (genizah) of the Ben Ezra Synagogue. Brought to Cambridge in 1896

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  • Wednesday
    Mar  13
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    Wednesday, Mar 13th 2:00p to 4:00p
    193,000 manuscripts form the Cairo Genizah Collection at Cambridge University Library - the world's largest and most important single collection of medieval Jewish manuscripts. For a thousand years, the Jewish community of Fustat (Old Cairo), placed their worn-out books in a storeroom (genizah) of the Ben Ezra Synagogue. Brought to Cambridge in 1896.

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  • Wednesday
    Mar  13
    Audacious Jews
    Wednesday, Mar 13th 7:45p to 10:00p
    Theodore Herzl – the journalist, writer and inspiration of modern political Zionism: "If you will it, it is no dream."

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  • Saturday
    Mar  16
    Whisky Tasting Evening
    Saturday, Mar 16th 7:00p to 10:30p
    Come along and enjoy cask strength single malt whiskies from the Scottish Highlands. For early bird prices book before 16th Feb members £22 and £27 for non-members. Thereafter £25 for members and £30 non-members. Price includes cheeseboard and chocolate 18+only

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  • Sunday
    Mar  17
    9 Reasons for being Reform and 1 for Not
    Sunday, Mar 17th 7:30p to 10:30p
    Question, argue, and find out what it all means for you and our Jewish future. Join writer and broadcaster Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain MBE and Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner for this topical discussion The event will be taking place in Borehamwood, we will email nearer the time with venue details. For members and non-members. There is no entry charge, but entry is by bringing a non-Reform friend along (whether member of another synagogue or unaffiliated)

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  • Wednesday
    Mar  27
    Audacious Jews
    Wednesday, Mar 27th 7:45p to 10:00p
    Marc Chagall – the most famous Jewish artist of the 20th century who created his own style of modern art, based on Jewish Eastern European folk culture – including fiddlers on the roof. Joint session with Helen Hyde.

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  • Wednesday
    Apr  10
    Audacious Jews
    Wednesday, Apr 10th 7:45p to 10:00p
    Isaiah Berlin – the liberal philosopher and one of the finest minds of the 20th century. How should people live a moral life in a time of uncertainty?

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Wed, 23 January 2019 17 Sh'vat 5779