Coming out of pandemic restrictions our events programme finally restarted in October with Keith James' tribute to Leonard Cohen.

We now look forward to two November concerts to complete our 'mini-season'.
                            Tickets for both events are available in advance from 
                                                     ticketsource.co.uk/princes


Sunday     7th November Jeremy Sassoon  -  easy-listening music by Jewish composers
Monday 29th November Klezmer-ish          -  perform after Hanukkiah has been lit. 

Make a note for 2020:
Sunday  30th January

                       for Holocaust  Memorial  Day    -  Karen Kennedy's play: 'Survival for Life'
Sunday   27th March   Liverpool Mozart Orchestra - Vivaldi's Four Seasons                   
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7.30 pm Sunday 7th November     Adults £16   Students £10

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As part of his UK tour
(including the Edinburgh Festival),
for his first performance  here
JEREMY SASSOON presents
MOJO - Musicians of Jewish Origin
We're sure he'll become a regular!

 

MOJO is the latest sell out show from internationally renowned singer pianist, Jeremy Sassoon.

From Gershwin to Winehouse, Bacharach to Dylan, it’s a journey through some of the best loved hits written by Musicians Of Jewish Origin.

Foot tapping music, witty anecdotes and illuminating facts, Jeremy and his trio share with us some of the greatest songs you’ve ever sung along to, the most heart stopping songs you’ve ever danced to. You may be surprised, you’ll certainly laugh, and we guarantee you’ll leave enlightened, entertained and uplifted.


 

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7.30pm Monday 29th November
Adults £16   Students £10 
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Having recorded their
Lockdown Songbook
in our Shul, the ever-popular
KLEZMER-ISH
return to entertain us 

 

We a re once again welcoming back Klezmer-ish - four incredibly outward-looking classically trained musicians who met whilst playing with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

From rip-roaring klezmer and dynamic tango to their self-penned gypsy jazz, Klezmer-ish bring a trademark twist to whatever genre takes their fancy.

Klezmer-ish have discovered a blend of music and informal performance style that has proved to be an enormous hit with their audiences.


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