Monday 23 April 2018

UK COMMUNITIES GEAR UP FOR PURIM 2017

Thousands of Jews in shuls up and down the country will be donning fancy dress and dusting down trumpets, rattles and drums to participate...

“Remarkable” primary school lauded by Lords

By Jonathan Kalmus Two members of the House of Lords have spoken in support of London’s top performing Jewish primary school as plans move forward...

Ashley Blaker’s Meshuga Frum Tour

Sitting together with 300 people in Radlett Centre last week, one could be forgiven for imagining that we were in shul, even though it...

It’s cholent, but not as we know it

By Leon Symons Cholent’s normal place in the tapestry of life is acting as a sleeping draught in preparation for that age-old institution, the Shabbat...

Freilech bang on the note for camp simcha

By Sharon Footerman Eitan Freilich wowed audiences at the ArtsDepot Theatre on Monday with his sold-out show ‘Am Yisrael – Live in London’, in aid...

Britain’s newest Jewish newspaper in a generation

Welcome to the Jewish Weekly, Britain’s newest national Jewish newspaper and the most exciting development in Anglo-Jewish media for a generation. The Jewish Weekly will...

Anatomy of a shul: Kinloss is moving with the times

By David Saffer  FINCHLEY United Synagogue (known as Kinloss Synagogue) is a shining light of north west London's Jewish community.  With a membership of around 1,000...

Help on the horizon for youngsters in pain

Families with young Crohn’s or colitis sufferers heard there is hope for improved treatment options at an information evening organised by Camp Simcha and...

Board president warns: Beware the pervasive effect of social media

By Leon Symons Political leaders and society at large are underestimating the “immense impact” of social media, according to the president of the Board of...

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