To book: http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/latke-late
The story begins in a tiny village, where a Hannukah latke is born screaming. Our Hannukah Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?
Produced by YaD Arts and co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the JCC, this story by the acclaimed American Jewish writer (A Series of Unfortunate Events) is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories’ (The Gruffalo) unique physical style, complete with live music. Latke Late will be followed by an exclusive behind-the-scenes Q&A with the actors, musicians and producers of the show.
Join us after the intimate performance for a drink or two or three at the lovely Roundhouse bar.
“If by this time you have not encountered some form of Snicketania, you are encouraged to saw through your manacle and get out into the fresh air” New York Times
I have never crossed much of the Atlantic Ocean, & that would have been the 1970's; however, I am of Jewish descent. Please assist me to locate rabbinic counseling, crisis counseling, aliyah counseling.
- Tuesday December 4th: Off White Lies – a screening of one of the most talked about films to come out of Israel in the last year http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/off-white-lies
- Tuesday December 11th: Latke Late – an adult-only performance of a brilliant music infused play at the Roundhouse http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/latke-late
- November 13th , Dads’ Night. Yup, an evening just for dads http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/family-fun/better-parenting/dads-night
- November 18th, Mitzvah Day with the JCC: because doing good makes us feel good! Lots of great projects to choose from! http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/jcc-top-10/mitzvah-day-3
- November 20th, Screening and Debate: A Sacred Duty – Should Jews Eat Meat? http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/a-sacred-duty
- November 26th , Desert Island Israeli Books with acclaimed author Linda Grant http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/desert-island-israeli-books
- November 28th, Sendak Salon: Where the Wild Things Are. Night out dedicated to the late Maurice Sendak http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/sendak-salon
We hope to see you at one of our events soon!
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- November 4th: The Sharpest Cut – Are Jews Represented Accurately on the British Screen? http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/the-sharpest-cut
- November 18th: Mitzvah Day with the JCC http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/family-fun/whole-family-fun-2/mitzvah-day
- November 20th: A Sacred Duty – Should Jews Eat Meat? http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/a-sacred-duty
- November 26th: Desert Island Book with Linda Grant at the Jewish Museum http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/desert-island-israeli-books
- November 28th: Sendak Salon – Where the Wild Things Are http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/arts-culture/sendak-salon
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The Jewish Community Centre (JCC) movement was founded over 150 years ago in the United States. Today, there are over 1,100 JCCs worldwide.THE JCC FOR LONDON
The JCC for London aims to provide Jews with a lasting sense of community and to promote the best of Jewish values. At its core is building Jewish life, through Jewish cultural, Jewish social, Jewish educational, and recreational Jewish activities. Social action is also central to the JCC movement – helping those in need both within and outside the Jewish community. Most JCCs have their own building where they hold extensive programmes of activities. JCC Ventures, our sister organisation, is working on plans for a building.WHO IS THE JCC FOR?
The JCC for London celebrates Jewish culture. It is also inclusive: it’s for anyone interested in Jewish life and our programme of Jewish activities. It is not a place of worship, nor linked to any particular group, movement or synagogue. It’s a gateway into all things Jewish: from Jewish food to sport to Jewish arts to debate, with activties that emphasise the Jewish tradition of helping those in need. It’s a great place for Jews of all ages to meet other Jews; it’s a way of building a strong Jewish future for us and for our children through Jewish activities. The JCC actively welcomes observant and secular Jews, mixed partnerships, and non-Jews. Indeed, an important part of our vision is to create better understanding between different faiths and cultures.WHAT WE DO NOW: OUR PROGRAMME
The programme of Jewish activities is the soul of the JCC. We have already created very successful London Jewish events, often in partnership with others. Applauded for their compelling and original Jewish content, highlights include a sell-out Israeli rock concert at the Southbank Centre, the Kvetch Choir, a podcast in association with The Guardian, yoga and cycling activities, children’s events, political debate and a series of social action projects. The JCC aims to hold up a 21st century lens to Jewish life, and to build a community of artists and performers. Many of our groundbreaking commissions interweave Jewish beliefs and values with those of other cultures.