Jew’ish’ Proms

Jew’ish’ Proms

Each of the 72 concerts of this, the world’s largest music festival, held twice nightly, often, in London’s Royal Albert Hall, is tantamount to a prayer service, as anyone who has been will know. Hushed silence, congregants joined together in communal reverie, an altar of musicians, and a hall fit for worship…

Dizzying Dystopia: Ari Folman’s The Congress

Dizzying Dystopia: Ari Folman’s The Congress

He’s the most exciting filmmaker we’ve got. No question. To think that he’s got his hands on Anne Frank’s Diary is exhilarating – he was actually summoned to the task, by The Anne Frank Foundation – but first we have to tackle his animated dizzying dystopia that is The Congress.

Rachel Mars’ Pick of the Edinburgh Fringe

Rachel Mars’ Pick of the Edinburgh Fringe

Taking time out of her crazy Edinburgh schedule, our favourite comedian-turned-playwright gives us her tips for best viewing…

Jews And Football

Jews And Football

Not two words that sit so obviously together. Other than a clutch of largely forgotten names throughout over the last 100 years, so few as to barely outnumber the size of the average premiership squad, it can safely be said that Jews are virtually absent from the football field.

Do We Care About New Jewish Culture?

Do We Care About New Jewish Culture?

Imagine Jewish life centred around art and culture where artists were truly supported