What's On

The League of Jewish Women offers a wide range of seminars, talks, workshops and cultural events. Our diary is regularly updated, so come back soon for more events. We provide seminars on health matters and social issues, LeagueArtz events and training for our welfare projects.

For LeagueArtz events, please inform the contact for the event if you find that you are unable to attend as others may be waiting for your place. On occasions the start of the event has been delayed whilst waiting for people to attend. Some events have limited availability and tickets will be issued on a first come first served basis. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

If you are a member of one of the Art Galleries or are the holder of an Art Card please inform the LeagueArtz hostess when you book your place. We need to register this information with the venue in advance for it to be valid.

This is a reminder that no calls or emails should be made to members on Shabbat or Jewish Holy Days. Please note that all cheques should be made out to LJW. If you would like to pay for your event by card please follow the links below or call Tania at the office on 020 7242 8300.

Non-members will be asked for proof of identity and will need to bring photographic proof of identity with them to events.

If you would rather not pay using PayPal, you can send a cheque to The LJW, ORT House, 126 Albert Street, London NW1 7NE. Please enclose an SAE if you require a receipt.

  • Piano Explored

    Come and join us for another series of lunchtime concerts “PIANO EXPLORED”.  This will be in celebration of Howard Shelley’s 70th Birthday.  He will be playing a selection of his favourite piano concertos with the London Mozart Players. For full details see the London Mozart Players’ website.  Concert dates - Wednesdays 2ndOctober, 6th November, 4th December,… click here for more information.

    • Oct
      02
      Wed
      12:45
  • LEOPOLDSTADT - A NEW PLAY by Tom Stoppard

    Vienna in 1900 was the most vibrant city in Europe, humming with artistic and intellectual excitement and a genius for enjoying life. A tenth of the population were Jews. A generation earlier they had been granted full civil rights by the Emperor, Franz Josef. Consequently, hundreds of thousands had fled from the Pale and the… click here for more information.

    • Feb
      26
      Wed
      19:30
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