Hampstead & Highgate Literary Festival

 
 

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 16TH SEPTEMBER 2014

ADDRESS
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
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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 > Events > Exhibitions  Dates: Monday 22nd September 2014 - 2pm-3.30pm
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96 North End Road, NW11 | Same location as Hampstead & Highgate Literary Festival
David Barnett explores the thriving London Jewish Community which was becoming more integrated into society. Its origins were mostly from Western Europe and from economic migration ...More
 
 
 
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London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House events

 
Traditions Of Jewish Identity: TalkTraditions Of Jewish Identity: TalkThis study day will consist of a series of talks from academics from the Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations, to explore the current debates about Judaism and Jewish life and identity outside of the religious sphere.21st September 2014Sunday 21st September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
Traditions Of Jewish Identity: Talk
event > Business Events > Conferences
DATES  Sunday 21st September 2014 - 10am-4pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
This study day will consist of a series of talks from academics from the Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations, to explore the current debates about Judaism and Jewish life and identity outside of the religious sphere.
Jewish London 1814: LectureJewish London 1814: LectureDavid Barnett explores the thriving London Jewish Community which was becoming more integrated into society. Its origins were mostly from Western Europe and from economic migration than from Eastern Europe and refugees.22nd September 2014Monday 22nd September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
Jewish London 1814: Lecture
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Monday 22nd September 2014 - 2pm-3.30pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
David Barnett explores the thriving London Jewish Community which was becoming more integrated into society. Its origins were mostly from Western Europe and from economic migration than from Eastern Europe and refugees.
Reviewing The Extermination: Dr Who, Daleks & The Changing Face Of Jewish Identity: TalkReviewing The Extermination: Dr Who, Daleks & The Changing Face Of Jewish Identity: TalkIt has recently been suggested that the Doctor, the central character of the BBC's Doctor Who, is in fact the most compelling Jewish character ever seen on British television. We will explore these displays of Jewish identity seen across 50 years.22nd September 2014Monday 22nd September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
Reviewing The Extermination: Dr Who, Daleks & The Changing Face Of Jewish Identity: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Monday 22nd September 2014 - 2pm-4pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
It has recently been suggested that the Doctor, the central character of the BBC's Doctor Who, is in fact the most compelling Jewish character ever seen on British television. We will explore these displays of Jewish identity seen across 50 years.
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.22nd September 2014Monday 22nd September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
More Than Food With Chriskitch
event > Leisure
DATES  Monday 22nd September 2014 - 7.30pm-10pm
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.
Kitchener Camp & Jewish Refugees with Helen Fry & Professor Clare UngersonKitchener Camp & Jewish Refugees with Helen Fry & Professor Clare UngersonExplore the remarkable early WW2 history and the daily life of Kitchener Camp, refuge to over 4000 refugees from the Nazis. From the end of 1939, the camp became the official army training centre for the 'alien' Pioneer Corps.23rd September 2014Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
Kitchener Camp & Jewish Refugees with Helen Fry & Professor Clare Ungerson
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Tuesday 23rd September 2014 - 11am-3pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Explore the remarkable early WW2 history and the daily life of Kitchener Camp, refuge to over 4000 refugees from the Nazis. From the end of 1939, the camp became the official army training centre for the 'alien' Pioneer Corps.
Why Bother With New Year At All': TalkWhy Bother With New Year At All': TalkWhat is this determination to mark time all about - and what do 'new years' bring to the story? Clive Lawton returns to one of his main enthusiasm and examines this strange apparently human drive to slice time up and count it.23rd September 2014Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
Why Bother With New Year At All': Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Tuesday 23rd September 2014 - 2pm-4pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
What is this determination to mark time all about - and what do 'new years' bring to the story? Clive Lawton returns to one of his main enthusiasm and examines this strange apparently human drive to slice time up and count it.
Get A Buzz From Bees: Workshop (Ages 8-11)Get A Buzz From Bees: Workshop (Ages 8-11)Observe real bees inside an observation hive, busy making honey! Learn about different types of bees, how bees live and why they are important as pollinators. Dress up as a bee keeper and learn about the special tools required for bee-keeping.23rd September 2014Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
Get A Buzz From Bees: Workshop (Ages 8-11)
event > Kids Events
DATES  Tuesday 23rd September 2014 - 5pm-7pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Observe real bees inside an observation hive, busy making honey! Learn about different types of bees, how bees live and why they are important as pollinators. Dress up as a bee keeper and learn about the special tools required for bee-keeping.
How Mussolini Became Mussolini With Donald Sassoon - Part of the Dictator SeriesHow Mussolini Became Mussolini With Donald Sassoon - Part of the Dictator SeriesMussolini's advent to power: the WW1, the post-war turmoil, the rise of the fascist party... What lessons might be drawn when a society in crisis is faced with an extremist movement which looks as a reasonable possibility in the context of the time.30th September 2014Tuesday 30th September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
How Mussolini Became Mussolini With Donald Sassoon - Part of the Dictator Series
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Tuesday 30th September 2014 - 10.30am-12.30pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Mussolini's advent to power: the WW1, the post-war turmoil, the rise of the fascist party... What lessons might be drawn when a society in crisis is faced with an extremist movement which looks as a reasonable possibility in the context of the time.
Guided Walk: WW1: Zeppelin!! With Blue Badge guide Mark KingGuided Walk: WW1: Zeppelin!! With Blue Badge guide Mark King30th September 2014Tuesday 30th September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
Guided Walk: WW1: Zeppelin!! With Blue Badge guide Mark King
event > Tours > Guided Tours - Sightseeing - Guided Walks
DATES  Tuesday 30th September 2014 - 11am-1pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
What's The Point Of Fasting': TalkWhat's The Point Of Fasting': TalkClive Lawton explores self-denial - fasting means different things to different people, from Jewish one day blitzes, through weeks' long abstinence from something enjoyable (for example Lent) to extended periods of solid self-denial (Ramadan).30th September 2014Tuesday 30th September 2014 Where:
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96  North End Road      NW11 7SX
Category: event
On Soon
What's The Point Of Fasting': Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Tuesday 30th September 2014 - 2pm-4pm
VENUE  London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House 
Clive Lawton explores self-denial - fasting means different things to different people, from Jewish one day blitzes, through weeks' long abstinence from something enjoyable (for example Lent) to extended periods of solid self-denial (Ramadan).
 

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Concerts | Until 30th September 2014 

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