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Welcome to the
JEECS Events 2014
book any event or for further information, please call
Clive Bettington on 07941 367 882, or email
Sunday 27 July
Walk – Artists and Architects of the Jewish East End
Clive Bettington will discuss the artist
and architects, including Simeon Solomon(whose
tombstone has just been restored), the
Whitechapel Boys, NS Joseph, Lewis Solomon, etc.
(£8 JEECS members).
Booking essential: email
email@example.com or call 07941 367 882.
Walk – Jewish Women Who Touched the East End
Philip Walker will discuss the women who
made a difference, including Lily Montagu, Miriam Moses, Hannah
Hyams, Alice Model etc
10.30 am. Aldgate tube.
£10(JEECS members £8). Booking essential:
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Walk – The Jewish East End and the Great War
Clive Bettington will examine aspects of
the East End during the first world war: the poems of Rosenberg andBomberg,the
paintings of Bomberg and Gertler, the formation of the Jewish
Legion, and the radical politics of the area.
2.00pm. Aldgate tube.
£10(JEECS members £8) Booking
essential: email email@example.com or call 07941 367 882.
Walk – The Literary Ghetto
Clive Bettington will discuss the major
literary figures of the Jewish East End,
including Israel Zangwill, Isaac
Rosenberg. Bernard Kops, Wolf Mankowitz, Arnold Wesker etc
11.00 am. Aldgate tube. £10 (JEECS
members £8). Booking essential: email firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 07941 367 882.
Women of the Yiddish East End (asinging walking tour)
ViviLachs, who is doing a PhD on the
songs and poems of the area, will discuss
howthe lives of East End women are
reflected in the music. No Yiddish necessary but
feel free to join in singing.
10.30 am. Aldgate Tube. Booking
recommended by email to email@example.com
JEECS annual meeting, followed by two
formal proceedings will be followed by what should prove a
highly entertaining pair of talks: David Mazower on the life of
Yiddish singer Miss Fanny Epstein; Prof. Kathi Diamant on the
life of Dora Diamant, Kafka's last love. Refreshments included.
3.00 pm. East London Central
Synagogue,30-40 Nelson Street, London, E1 2DE
AGM is free; remainder of meeting is £12 (JEECS members £10)
To book for
walks and other events or for more information on any event
or phone 07941 367 882