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Jewish Book Week 2015 will enchant people having interest in traditional Jewish literature.
Jewish Book Week London

Jewish Book Week 2015 in London

21st February 2015 - 1st March 2015
King's Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7446 8771

Jewish Book Week 2015 in London promises to be as diverse and fascinating as ever with something for everybody. You definitely don't have to be Jewish to enjoy the many literary treasures on offer.

During the Jewish Book Week in London, several major Jewish figures in the literary field will discuss their writing and issues in today's world. JBW 2015 in London will have world-renowned speakers to address the key subjects.

Jewish Book Week in London has encouraged several of Britain's very exceptional scholars, including historians and philosophers, to engage visitors with interesting and key subjects.

The JBW '15 in London narrators will speak to subjects of genetics and identity, the role of the artist, international justice, love that kills and much more. You will listen to tales from India, South Africa, Brazil, France, Austria, Egypt, Iraq, Poland, and Italy. There will also be fashion, food, humour, writing workshops and a Yiddish cabaret to advance your writing talents. They also have a great children's programme with Lynne Reid Banks, Adele Geras and Moris Gleitzman.

After trying the delicious kosher cafe and an extraordinary book fair care of Foyles, you will understand why everyone loves Jewish Book Week in London.

For more information on Jewish Book Week 2015 in London, please phone +44 (0)20 7446 8771.

Visiting Jewish Book Week 2015 London:

Cost: TBA

Time: TBC

Age Restrictions: N/A

Nearest Underground Stations:
Kings Cross, Euston or Russell Square

For more information on the Jewish Book Week 2015, visit: www.jewishbookweek.com

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