Manchester Jewish Museum will be throwing a fantastic free event all about exploring Jewish culture, customs and the local community in the city.
The Jewish Culture Club is a brilliant way to access information and get involved in a rich discussion centred around a wide range of Jewish culture. From books, films, fashion music, food, art, theatre and many more cultural works—the group is actively open for everyone.
Hosted by Eliora Goodman, Demi Franks and the museum’s own Gemma Meeks and Gareth Redston, this is a great chance to try something new.
Whether you’re simply interested in learning more about Jewish culture in a creative and communal environment or if you identify as Jewish yourself and would love to share your own experiences or views in discussion—all are welcome and encouraged to contribute.
This month, the Jewish Culture club will be discussing the hilarious hit BBC sitcom, Friday Night Dinner. Following The Goodmans, a secular Jewish family based in North London, the show follows the events leading up to their weekly Friday night Shabbat dinner which seemingly always gets interrupted by a whole host of chaotic events.
The event is free and complimentary refreshments will be made available as part of the evening.
If you are interested in attending, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact address and telephone number to book a place or to find out more information.
- Rhiannon Ingle
- Published on:
- Thu 9 Dec 2021