The celebrated literary festival returns with a packed programme of debates, talks, and entertainment. Topics range from Karl Marx to fashion and from sleep to antisemitism. Discuss ageing with Camilla Cavendish, hear a philosopher on learning from the Germans’ post-war reflections, enjoy poetry and live music.
Family Day 2nd Feb
Jewish Book Week kicks off on 2nd February with a special family day featuring your children’s favourite authors, including Michael Rosen, plus discover which animal produces the most slime in a special science workshop for kids.
Jewish Book Week 29th Feb – 8th Mar
Then in March, the festival resumes with nine days of stimulating talks, debates, music and live performances from exceptional authors, artists and thinkers. Delve into current affairs, history, philosophy, music and film, with speakers including Douglas Murray, Melanie Phillips, Philippe Sands, Adam Gopnik, Elif Shafak, Tom Bower, Marcus Du Sautoy, Emma Barnett, Rachel Johnson, Tom Segev, Howard Jacobson, Simon Schama, A.B. Yehoshua, Camilla Cavendish, Norman Lebrecht, Gavin Esler, Sue MacGregor, Martin Rees, and Andrew Robinson.
‘Under 30s’ tickets are available. SAVE 15% when you book three-plus Jewish Book Week events. More info and tickets at the Kings Place website.