Limmud survival tips

The friends heading the team at Limmud

By Simon Rocker, December 22, 2015

Jo Ish-Horowicz

The 29-year-old doctor has attended an incredible 25 conferences.

How did you get involved in Limmud?
I had no choice in the matter - my parents brought me when I was six months old. But I was soon hooked and couldn't wait to be a part of the team as soon as I was tall enough to see over the helpdesk.


Limmud's new venue should make this year the best conference yet, say organisers

By Simon Rocker, December 21, 2015

Limmud’s switch from a campus to a city hotel is the biggest change in the conference for many years.

But the new venue has not put off the punters. When the event opens in Birmingham on Sunday – after a pre-conference Shabbaton – organisers expect a record attendance of more than 2,600 over the course of five days.


Limmud is a jewel

December 23, 2014

In a few days’ time, two-and-a-half-thousand of us will gather for this year’s Limmud. It bears repeating that this is one of the jewels in our community’s crown — a diverse, thoughtprovoking, welcoming, warm and edgy triumph of mind, soul and matters deeply practical. It is one of the few genuine innovations that the rest of the world now copies.


How to survive and thrive at Limmud

By Charlotte Oliver, December 23, 2013

It is a five-day spree of activity, with thousands of sessions and participants flooding the University of Warwick campus. But how do you ensure you don’t miss a key speaker, burn out with Limmud-fatigue, or, really importantly, go without your breakfast?