The Guest List

LfI attracts 500 to its conference fringe event

October 3, 2008

Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Foreign Secretary David Miliband both spoke about the situation in the Middle East to the 500-strong audience at the Labour Friends of Israel's annual reception at party conference. The gathering was also addressed by Colette Avital MK, the Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, who had travelled from Israel for the conference.

Photos: Lawrence Purcell

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A big turnout for HET’s 20th-birthday dinner

September 26, 2008

Five-hundred people attended the Holocaust Educational Trust’s 20th-anniversary dinner. The guest of honour, Holocaust-survivor and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel, recalled his childhood during the Shoah and his decision to dedicate his life to championing human rights. The dinner raised funds for HET’s new schools programme “Think Equal”. The event was held at the Banqueting House, Whitehall

Photos: Danielle Manson

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The Cultural Awards pulls in a big London crowd

By TheJC.com, September 26, 2008

More than 400 people attended the Jewish Cultural Awards 2008. The JC-sponsored event, held in support of the London Jewish Cultural Centre, celebrated the contribution made by both Jews and non-Jews to our culture over the past year. The event, hosted by TV presenter Emily Maitlis, was held at the Shaw Theatre, Central London

Photos: Ben Turner

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Yavneh College hosts the UK launch of an Israeli charity

September 19, 2008

A supper auction was held to launch Israeli charity Keren Malki in Britain. The charity helps physically disabled children of all religions in Israel and Gaza. Keren Malki was set up in 2001 by co-founder Arnold Roth following the death of his daughter Malka in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem. The event, attended by 130 people, was held at Yavneh College in Borehamwood and raised £18,000 for the charity.

Photos: Ben Turner

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A London quiz raises funds for Laniado Hospital

September 19, 2008

Jongleurs Comedy Club in Camden, North London, hosted a "Now that's what I call Laniado" quiz evening. Young Laniado chair Andrew Wolfin said: "This was a real team effort and it's very satisfying to see another Young Laniado event go down so well." It attracted almost 150 people, who raised £1,500 for the Netanya hospital.

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A London crowd nets £5K for Magen David Adom

September 12, 2008

Graeme Le Saux fielded a question-and-answer session at a Magen David Adom Football and the Media evening. Journalists Henry Winter and Raphael Honigstein and sports lawyer Mel Goldberg completed the panel. The event, held at St John's Wood Synagogue, attracted 120 people and raised £5,000 for Israel's emergency rescue service. The evening was organised by the Young MDA committee

Photos: Ben Turner

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Southend bash makes £15k for Jewish Care

September 12, 2008

Southend and District Aid Society, which supports Jewish Care's work, celebrated its 55th birthday. At its emerald ball, a cheque for £15,000 was presented to Jewish Care chief executive Simon Morris for local Jewish Care home Raymond House. The event was held at Southend and Westcliff Hebrew Congregation

Photos: John Rifkin

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JNF party on the Thames raises £3K

September 9, 2008

JNF Future's Beit committee attracted 200 revellers to its "Too Tipsy on the Thames" annual boat party. The JC-sponsored function raised £3,000 for Israeli organisation Beit Issie Shapiro, which provides services for children and adults with developmental disabilities and other special needs.

See the party on video

Photos: Ben Turner

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An Edinburgh Crowd Visits A Local Shul For A Fringe Show

September 8, 2008

Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation held its annual open day for performers from the Edinburgh Festival. Around 150 visitors visited the shul to view Fringe acts with a Jewish link. The guests could also tour the 1930s building and view an exhibition about the city's Jewish community

 

Photos: Ross Mackenzie

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In London, Art Lovers Flock to Ben Uri's Summer Show

September 8, 2008

More than 300 people were attracted to the opening of Ben Uri Gallery's Schmatte Couture exhibition. The London Jewish Museum of Art's contemporary summer show drew together 16 international artists, with works exploring themes of clothing, fashion, fantasy and memory. The show was held at the Rivington Gallery in the heart of the East End, the home of the old shmatte business. The exhibition runs until September 14.

 

Photos: Ben Turner

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