30 October, 2018 @ 7.00 pm - 8.00 pm
Katka Reszke is a Polish-born Jew living in the United States, and Michael Rubenfeld a Canadian-born Jew in Poland. The two theatre makers will draw from their unique personal stories to talk about Jewish life and culture in today’s Poland, and their professional and personal involvement in building the Polish Jewish community.
- Doors – 6pm
- Café – 6-7pm
- Galleries – 6-7pm and 8-8:30pm
- Shop – 6-7pm and 8-8:30pm
Ticket includes entry to Roman Vishniac: Rediscovered.
If you have Friends membership and would like to book onto this event for free, please call the Administrator at 020 7284 7384.
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