16 May @ 7.00 pm - 8.30 pm
Enjoy a thoughtful conversation about Jews, money and other pertinent issues in the live recording of this podcast. Featuring writer/director David Schneider, journalist Rachel Shabi, barrister Adam Wagner and director of Yachad Hannah Weisfeld.
David Schneider is a comedy writer, performer and director who has written and appeared in some of the most iconic programmes of recent years. David co-wrote the BIFA winning and BAFTA nominated film The Death of Stalin with Armando Lannucci, starring Steve Buscemi and Jeffrey Tambor.
Rachel Shabi is an award-winning political journalist who has reported extensively on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including from the region, where she was based for five years. She has also reported on the wider Middle East, including on the uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia. She contributes to a variety of international publications, including the Guardian and the New York Times, and is a regular broadcast media commentator. She is the author of Not the Enemy, Israel’s Jews from Arab Lands.
Adam Wagner is a human rights barrister at Doughty Street Chambers. He is the founder and chair of the human rights public education charity, RightsInfo. He writes regularly for national newspapers and appears on TV and radio commenting on legal issues.
Hannah Weisfeld is the director and founder of Yachad, a British Jewish organisation that exists to build support within the Anglo-Jewish community for a political resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
£10/£8.50. Includes exhibition entry.
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