Sunday July 5
The launch of an exciting new project to find, remember and preserve stories of the Jewish contribution to the British war effort during the First World War. From 1.00pm till 4.00pm at the King Solomon High School, Forest Road, Barkingside, Ilford, IG6 3HB.
June 30 – July 11
The Dreamers – Play with music
Based on the true and moving story of World War One hero David "Reggie" Salomons, who died at Gallipoli. He was the great nephew of Sir David Salomons, the first Jewish Lord Mayor of London, and heir to the family baronetcy
St James Theatre, 12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA. 7.30pm. (Thursday and Saturday matinees, 2.30pm.)
Prices: £15, £24.50, £29.50, £35.00
Box office 0844 264 2140. www.stjamestheatre.co.uk
Grand opening of the Troxy’s magnificently restored Wurlitzer organ.
An evening of musical magic performed on London's thrilling new Wurlitzer
pipe organ by Richard Hills and Robert Wolfe. Also a chance to see the interior of the most
beautiful cinema in London. Members of the Hyams family, who built the cinema, will be
attending. Organised by the Cinema Organ Society (with the support of JEECS).
Troxy Cinema, 490 Commercial Road, London, E1 0HX. 7.00pm.
Price: £15 (accompanied U 16 free).
Box Office 0844 2549 1000.
The Anarchist Rabbi – Documentary film, plus question and answer session
The film follows the life of famous anarchist Rudolf Rocker, who took up the cause of the
Jewish workers in the East End against their employers. Narrated by Steven Berkoff.
Directed by Adam Kossoff.
Genesis Cinema. 93-95 Mile End Road, London, E1 4UJ. 2.00 pm. Prices various. Box Office 0207 780 2000. www.genesiscinema.co.uk