Time Out says
Posted: Fri Aug 8 2014
This award-winning Jewish arts community and cultural centre was designed by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands architects to host activities including dance, cinema, theatre, art and dining.
During Open House London 2014, there will be tours every 30 minutes on Sunday September 21, 10am-6pm, and the building will stay open to visitors until 10pm. Visitors will also be able to access a nursery and roof garden usually closed to the public.
What's on at JW3
Ice skating, Things to do
West Hampstead's Jewish arts, culture and community centre gains a 70-capacity ice rink in its piazza for winter, with hot chocolate, mulled wine and seasonal food available to warm up with either side of your 50-minute session. A special event will take...
Fringe, Drama, Kids' theatre, Kids' theatre
- Rating: 4/5
This production returns for a UK tour in December 2014. This review is of the show's 2012 run. Amidst all the schmaltz of traditional Christmas shows it's easy to forget that there are other cultures who celebrate festivals at this time of year, but...
Things to do
There are, it seems, myriad ways of proving your prowess – and winning gold, silver or bronze medals – that don’t involve getting sweaty. This annual festival of the mind will feature sedentary tournaments in more than 60 board games. Classics such as...
Contemporary and experimental, Fringe, Drama
The first full-length piece by Nina Kov and Catarina Carvalho. The dance piece explores the yearning for physical communication in the digital age. Leafcutter John of Polar Bear and Max Baillie of Aurora Orchestra perform live music to accompany the ...