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MON 28 JUL

FREE

Curator talk: For King and Country?

Jewish Museum London, London

Run by: Jewish Museum London

A curator talk around the exhibition "For King and Country".

clock14:00–15:30

Suitable for 11+

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Roz Currie, curator of "For King and Country?" will reveal many of the hidden Jewish stories from the First World War that lie behind the exhibits. Roz is curator of the Jewish Military Museum and is now working in partnership with the Jewish Museum to bring this exhibition to a larger audience. Booking is essential as places are limited.
Box Office: 020 7284 7384 / admin@jewishmuseum.org.uk.

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Booking is essential as places are limited. Box Office: 020 7284 7384 / admin@jewishmuseum.org.uk. Normal Admission Charges Apply.

Information about this activity is provided by Culture24

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Jewish Museum London

Jewish Museum, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden Town, London, NW1 7NB

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The Jewish Museum is a vital part of the Jewish community in Britain, proud to be both British and Jewish, and honoured Show more… to play a part in both communities.

"The Jewish Museum looks set to become a London museum landmark" Time Out

The Jewish Museum London reopened on 17 March 2010 after a £10 million transformation, creating a landmark Museum that celebrates Jewish life and cultural diversity. Our education programmes and activities encourage a sense of discovery and creativity and tell the story of Jewish history, culture and religion in an innovative and compelling way and engage with people of all backgrounds and faiths to explore Jewish heritage and identity as part of the wider story of Britain.

The only museum in London dedicated to a minority group, the museum's expansion and redevelopment was made possible following a £4.2m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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The Jewish Museum is a vital part of the Jewish community in Britain, proud to be both British and Jewish, and honoured to play a part in both communities.

"The Jewish Museum looks set to become a London museum landmark" Time Out

The Jewish Museum London reopened on 17 March 2010 after a £10 million transformation, creating a landmark Museum that celebrates Jewish life and cultural diversity. Our education programmes and activities encourage a sense of discovery and creativity and tell the story of Jewish history, culture and religion in an innovative and compelling way and engage with people of all backgrounds and faiths to explore Jewish heritage and identity as part of the wider story of Britain.

The only museum in London dedicated to a minority group, the museum's expansion and redevelopment was made possible following a £4.2m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Contact

This activity is organised and run by Jewish Museum London.

Please register in advance.

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