Hampstead & Highgate Literary Festival

 
 

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 16TH SEPTEMBER 2014

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London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96 North End Road, Barnet, London NW11 7SX 
 
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Dates:
14th September 2014 until 16th September 2014
 
OPENING TIMES
Various times
 
PRICES
£5-£15
 
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Hampstead & Highgate Literary FestivalOrganised and hosted by the London Jewish Cultural Centre, the Hampstead and Highgate Literary Festival has quickly become a much-loved event in London's literary calendar. This will be the sixth time the three day book festival returns since launching back in 2009, putting well known authors - most of whom come from north London - in the spotlight. Top authors and celebrities who have taken part in the festival in the past have included Ruby Wax, Nick Ross, Baroness Gillian Shephard, Mark Billingham, Tracy Chevalier, and Maggie O'Farrell. With close to 60 festival events to choose from, held in the former home of prima ballerina Anna Pavlova in a picturesque part of town, it's a popular event. Added to these are creative writing workshops, book sales and signings at nearby Daunt Books as well as Kidsfest for younger readers, and Poetry in the Park on the bandstand in Golders Hill Park.

 

About London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

The London Jewish Cultural Centre is London's leading provider of Jewish education and culture. Located at Ivy House, the centre's home was previously the home of Prima Ballerina Anna Pavlova who lived at Ivy House from 1912 until her death in 1931. More about London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

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London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96 North End Road, NW11 | Same location as Hampstead & Highgate Literary Festival
Explore French painting in the century between the death of Louis XIV in 1715 and the final defeat of Napoleon in 1815. Momentous political changes from ...More
 
 
 
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London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96 North End Road, NW11 | Same location as Hampstead & Highgate Literary Festival
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London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96 North End Road, NW11 | Same location as Hampstead & Highgate Literary Festival
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London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House events

 
French Art & Music From 1715-1815: TalkFrench Art & Music From 1715-1815: TalkExplore French painting in the century between the death of Louis XIV in 1715 and the final defeat of Napoleon in 1815. Momentous political changes from the Ancien Regime to the age of revolutions and Napoleonic wars are reflected in changing styles.1st October 2014Wednesday 1st October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
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French Art & Music From 1715-1815: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Wednesday 1st October 2014 - 10am-3pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Explore French painting in the century between the death of Louis XIV in 1715 and the final defeat of Napoleon in 1815. Momentous political changes from the Ancien Regime to the age of revolutions and Napoleonic wars are reflected in changing styles.
An Artist's Interpretation On How Jews Have Kept Their Identity In An English Society: TalkAn Artist's Interpretation On How Jews Have Kept Their Identity In An English Society: TalkBeverley-Jane Stewart's unique style of painting looks at Jewish heritage brought up to-date with multiculturalism within today's society. She uses bold colours and strong lines interwoven with her personalised figurative style.1st October 2014Wednesday 1st October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
Today Only
An Artist's Interpretation On How Jews Have Kept Their Identity In An English Society: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Wednesday 1st October 2014 - 2pm-3pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Beverley-Jane Stewart's unique style of painting looks at Jewish heritage brought up to-date with multiculturalism within today's society. She uses bold colours and strong lines interwoven with her personalised figurative style.
Ukraine with William TylerUkraine with William TylerUkraine has experienced the harshness and brutality of Tsarist and Soviet rule as well as that of Nazi Germany. Virulent anti-Semitism and the suppression of its Tartar population have characterised Ukraine. Today the situation looks just as bleak...2nd October 2014Thursday 2nd October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
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Ukraine with William Tyler
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Thursday 2nd October 2014 - 10.30am-3.30pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Ukraine has experienced the harshness and brutality of Tsarist and Soviet rule as well as that of Nazi Germany. Virulent anti-Semitism and the suppression of its Tartar population have characterised Ukraine. Today the situation looks just as bleak...
Plants That Changed The World with Letta JonesPlants That Changed The World with Letta JonesHow have plants played a role in shaping history? There are over 250,000 flowering plants in the world, on which all life depends. They have been colonising the planet for over 470 million years, and provide us with fuel, food, shelter and medicine.6th October 2014Monday 6th October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
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Plants That Changed The World with Letta Jones
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Monday 6th October 2014 - 10.30am-4.30pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
How have plants played a role in shaping history? There are over 250,000 flowering plants in the world, on which all life depends. They have been colonising the planet for over 470 million years, and provide us with fuel, food, shelter and medicine.
The First World War Through Literature with Ian WallThe First World War Through Literature with Ian WallExplore presentations of the First World War through poetry and extracts from novels, diaries and autobiographies, texts ranging from Vera Britten's Testament of Youth to poetry from all nations to Goodbye to all that and the fiction of Pat Barker.6th October 2014Monday 6th October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
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The First World War Through Literature with Ian Wall
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Monday 6th October 2014 - 10.30am-12.30pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Explore presentations of the First World War through poetry and extracts from novels, diaries and autobiographies, texts ranging from Vera Britten's Testament of Youth to poetry from all nations to Goodbye to all that and the fiction of Pat Barker.
An Afternoon With Doris Day With George McGheeAn Afternoon With Doris Day With George McGheeEasily one of the most beloved singers and movie stars ever, she appeared in such classic films as Calamity Jane, Move Over Darling & The Man Who Knew Too much. Song hits include Sentimental Journey, It's Magic, Secret Love & Pillow Talk.6th October 2014Monday 6th October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
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An Afternoon With Doris Day With George McGhee
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Monday 6th October 2014 - 2pm-3.30pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Easily one of the most beloved singers and movie stars ever, she appeared in such classic films as Calamity Jane, Move Over Darling & The Man Who Knew Too much. Song hits include Sentimental Journey, It's Magic, Secret Love & Pillow Talk.
More Than Food With ChriskitchMore Than Food With ChriskitchCome hungry! Start with canapes and a drink and spend the evening learning new skills, as you delight your pallet with Chris's sensational dishes and flavour combinations. Join Chris, the owner of Chriskitch, and be transported by great food.6th October 2014Monday 6th October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
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More Than Food With Chriskitch
event > Leisure
DATES  Monday 6th October 2014 - 7.30pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Come hungry! Start with canapes and a drink and spend the evening learning new skills, as you delight your pallet with Chris's sensational dishes and flavour combinations. Join Chris, the owner of Chriskitch, and be transported by great food.
More Than Food With Chriskitch Salad SecretsMore Than Food With Chriskitch Salad SecretsStart with canapes and a drink and spend the evening learning new skills, as you delight your pallet with Chris's dishes and flavour combinations. Join Chris, the owner of Chriskitch.6th October 2014Monday 6th October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
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More Than Food With Chriskitch Salad Secrets
event > Leisure
DATES  Monday 6th October 2014 - 7.30pm-10pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Start with canapes and a drink and spend the evening learning new skills, as you delight your pallet with Chris's dishes and flavour combinations. Join Chris, the owner of Chriskitch.
Meet The Historian: 'Napoleon' with Andrew Roberts, Part of The Dictator SeriesMeet The Historian: 'Napoleon' with Andrew Roberts, Part of The Dictator SeriesNapoleon is generally thought of as a friend to the Jews, and he did indeed liberate them in many of the States he conquered. Privately he held much the same anti-Semitic views as were common in France in the late 18th/ early 19th century.6th October 2014Monday 6th October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
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Meet The Historian: 'Napoleon' with Andrew Roberts, Part of The Dictator Series
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Monday 6th October 2014 - 8pm-10pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Napoleon is generally thought of as a friend to the Jews, and he did indeed liberate them in many of the States he conquered. Privately he held much the same anti-Semitic views as were common in France in the late 18th/ early 19th century.
The Archaeology Of The First World WarThe Archaeology Of The First World WarDr Faulkner discusses crucial moments from the First World War.7th October 2014Tuesday 7th October 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
The Archaeology Of The First World War
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Tuesday 7th October 2014 - 10.30am-3pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Dr Faulkner discusses crucial moments from the First World War.
 

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French Art & Music From 1715-1815: Talk
Exhibitions | On 1st October 2014 

London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

Explore French painting in the century between the death of Louis XIV in 1715 and the final defeat of Napoleon ...More

An Artist's Interpretation On How Jews Have Kept Their Identity In An English Society: Talk
Exhibitions | On 1st October 2014 

London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

Beverley-Jane Stewart's unique style of painting looks at Jewish heritage brought up to-date with multiculturalism within today's society. She uses ...More

Ryan Gander: The Artists Have The Keys
Exhibitions | Until 2nd November 2014 

2 Willow Road 21 minutes walk from London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

Conceptual works inspired by the furniture and fittings designed for 2 Willow Road by the Hungarian architect Erno Goldfinger, exploring ...More

Ceramics: Core Techniques: Course (Over 18s)
Exhibitions | Until 29th October 2014 

Camden Arts Centre 24 minutes walk from London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

An introductory session looking at slab building, coiling, press moulding, surface decoration and glazing techniques....More

Creative Writing: Workshop
Exhibitions | Until 29th October 2014 

Camden Arts Centre 24 minutes walk from London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

Inspiring sessions helping you develop your creative ideas....More

Open Mic@ Slouch
Clubbing and Nightlife | Until 29th October 2014 

Lower Ground Bar 25 minutes walk from London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

A chance for unsigned artists to play....More

Why War'
Exhibitions | Until 19th October 2014 

Freud Museum 1.44 miles from London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

Paintings and drawings by artists including Jane McAdam Freud, the East London Printmakers and Gabrielle Rifkind, together with correspondence between ...More

What About Me' The Struggle For Identity In A Market Based Society
Leisure | On 1st October 2014 

Freud Museum 1.44 miles from London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

Paul Verhaeghe discusses social change and investigates neoliberalism, free-market forces, privatisation, and the relationship between engineered society and individual identity ...More

Infinite Space Theatre Presents 'Stones In His Pockets'
Theatre | Until 11th October 2014 

Upstairs At The Gatehouse 1.54 miles from London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

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Panda Mandarin
Exhibitions | Until 26th November 2014 

Jacksons Lane Theatre 1.79 miles from London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House

A Chinese class for children....More

 
 
 
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