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It is essential you book in before you go! Simply get in touch with the contact email/number listed for each event. You will be given full details. If no response, leave your name and landline number on the NWJS Hotline 07940 181000 and we'll try and get back to you within 24 hours.

Surplus funds raised at NWJS events have been donated to various charities.  We would like to thank all those who have supported us to make this possible. 


North WestLondon, UK
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - 19:00

sandrinerose@hotmail.com NWJS will be getting together for drinks at the Old Bull and Bush, North End Way, Hampstead, NW3. The Bull and Bush has been around since the 1700s and the song started here!.This event often attracts many Jewish singles - don't miss out. Meet NWJS's  Sandrine who will be there from 7pm.  Mostly first Wednesday of the month. Must buy a drink (or two.....). Email:sandrinerose@hotmail.co.uk or call: 07812 345806 or NWJS phone no. 07940 181000.


North WestLondon, UK
Thursday, March 7, 2019 - 19:00

STRIKE UP THE BAND                  Preview show

Join Angy Sanders at Upstairs at the Gatehouse on Thursday 7 March 2019. Meet at 7pm for 7.30pm start.  Those wishing to go, please call and book your own tickets.  There are no reserved seats.  Booking details below.  Looking forward to seeing you there.

Ticket Price £10 as a preview (book early as these tickets will go fast!)

Box Office: 020 8340 3488 - mention Angela Sander, arrange to collect from box office so no booking fee payable.

Upstairs at the Gatehouse

Highgate Village

London N6 4BD



North WestLondon, UK
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 19:30


Purim Social Evening TUESDAY 19 MARCH GIN TASTING 

Light supper followed by Gin Tasting and talk on the origins of gin, 7.30 prompt!  Venue Edgware, limited numbers £16 per head.  Payment in advance only please. To book your place email: vivienne.cowan@btinternet.com or telephone 07765 608050




North WestLondon, UK
Sunday, April 7, 2019 - 19:30

How did musical theatre start - and where's it going to end!

Save the date to join writer/lecturer/broadcaster Sue Krisman who will be giving a talk on Musical Theatre, its origins and future, followed by refreshments and chat.

Venue Golders Green, timings etc to be confirmed.

Non NWJS Events

Sobellers Film Night
Sunday, February 24, 2019 - 19:30

Sobellers will be holding their next event Sunday 24 Feb. 

HUMOUR ME with Elliot Gould

7.30pm - 10.30pm   Cost £10 to include a light supper.

To reserve your seat call 020 8922 2908  or email sobell@jcare.org  

This event will take place at: Michael Sobell Jewish Community Centre, 221 Golders Green Road, London NW11 9DQ



Stoke Newington - Stamford Hill from the hip to the schtip
Sunday, March 10, 2019 - 14:00

This walk has been 60 years in the making. On this tour we journey from Stoke Newington up to Stamford Hill looking at both areas as they are today but also taking you back to the early sixties when London was on the verge of becoming the centre of youth culture and fashion all over the world. We are going to do this by tracing the early years of one of the greatest pop singers of the seventies and how he was part of a group of teenagers who revolutionised fashion and how 'the boys from the hill' became the first mods Visiting the sites of places where these kids met up, talked about music, clothes and exchanged ideas and in doing so set the future in motion. We see and talk about how both areas have changed so much in recent decades yes much of the past lives on if you know where to look Throw into the mix a story that might have come from Memphis rather than stamford hill as well as some personal memories we have a tour that will be more than interesting for all age groups. The cost is the usual £10 cash on the day and we will as usual have some iconic photos to show the will enhance the walk even more. Any questions or queries contact Barrie on 07860 911393 or bazaway@aol.com

Kings Cross - a Metamorphosis
Sunday, March 31, 2019 - 14:00

Anyone old enough to remember Kings Cross in the 1980's will talk of homelessness, prostitution, drugs, slums and lawlessness.  Today is a different story.  The planners can be praised at the way they have reinvented the area.  Its railway heritage has been kept but with new ineriors and restaurants are in abundance with the whole area relandscaped around the canal.

Our walk not only takes you round the new Kings Cross including the 1930's housing estate, a churchyard with a very famous inhabitant, a hidden crescent from a bygone era and a town hall with carnival connections.  The area's star attractions will not be missed!

For further information please contact him on  bazaway@aol.com  or telepone 07860 911393



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