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Heritage Season

Heritage season over a period of 6 months commencing September 2024 covering a variety of topics, as well as concerts and other events (subject to expressions of interest):

 

People & Place;

Charity & Philanthropy and Rituals;

Civic life;

Education & Learning;

Trade & Occupations; and

Art & Culture.

Events are already being planned as listed below, and it is hoped that more will be added.

 

All events will be by ticket only in advance, and the finalised programme will be issued later in the year.

 

In order to finalise the prepared events, please register your interest via our interest form

by clicking here, or scanning this QR code:
 

September 2024

Date
Event
Venue
Time

October 2024

Date
Event
Venue
Time

November 2024

Date
Event
Venue
Time
Sunday 10 November 2024 (Afternoon at 15.00)
Remembrance Sunday event at the Athenaeum in Liverpool Some early Jewish proprietors of Athenaeum (Rabbi Ariel Abel) Politicians connected with Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation (Robin Makin) Panel event (hosted by the Chair of the Athenaeum, Roger Phillips, with Dame Louise Ellman, Lord Wolfson of Tredegar KC and Dr Evan Harris)
Athenaeum
1
Monday 11 November 2024 (Start at 14.15)
Civil society and politics Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history with aspects of Jewish interest
Princes Road Synagogue
2
Thursday 21 November 2024 (Start at 18.30)
Representation
Princes Road Synagogue
3
Sunday 24 November 2024 (Morning/early afternoon)
Manchester connections and ethics Visit to Manchester Jewish Museum Tours (duration 2 hours) with guide [Limited numbers and timings] Lunch option (for those attending morning or early afternoon tour)
Manchester Jewish Museum
4

December 2024

Date
Event
Venue
Time
Sunday 8 December 2024 (day event)
The choral tradition of Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation With Naomi Hoyland, Cantor Edward Marks, Rabbi Shlomo Katanka (in memory of Reverend Morris Katanka) and culminating in a performance by the choir of Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation;
Princes Road Synagogue
21
Monday 9 December 2024 (Start at 14.15)
Education and learning Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history with aspects of Jewish interest
Princes Road Synagogue
22
Sunday 29 December 2024 (Chanukah) Afternoon event (Start at 14.15)
Education & Learning (Science) event followed by candle lighting. Including ‘what the Lubavitch Rabbi did not seem to know about but would have been very pleased to have been discovered’ – event introduced by legendary teacher Nick Cowan with Professor Simon Hands.
Princes Road Synagogue
23
Monday 30 December 2024 (Chanukah) Afternoon event (Start at 14.15)
Education & Learning (Arts) event followed by candle lighting. Including ‘Brian Epstein and the Beatles: A recurring historical pattern’ by Professor Les Lancaster and ‘The Many Lives of Dora Yates, Daughter of Liverpool Jewry’ by Professor Eve Rosenhaft
Princes Road Synagogue
24

January 2024

Date
Event
Venue
Time
Monday 13 January 2025 (Start at 14.15)
Artisans Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history with aspects of Jewish interest
Princes Road Synagogue
26
Evening event Date to be confirmed – from 07, 08,14,15, 21 or 22 January 2024 (Start at 18.30)
Glaziers, Glassmaking and stained glass Event in conjunction with Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
Princes Road Synagogue
27
Sunday 19 January 2025 (afternoon/day event)
Watchmakers, jewellers and retailers Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt (and others) Event in conjunction with Tikun
Princes Road Synagogue
28
Monday 27 January 2025 (Day event)
Retailers Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history with aspects of Jewish interest
Princes Road Synagogue
29

February 2024

Date
Event
Venue
Time
Sunday 09 February 2025 (Day event)
Art, Architecture, monuments and sculpture Co-ordinated by Dr Lee R Kendall
To be advised
31
Monday 10 February 2025 (Start at 14.15)
Art Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history with aspects of Jewish interest
To be advised
32
Sunday 16 February 2025 (Day event)
Films with Liverpool Jewish connections Co-ordinated by Dr Ruth Doughty and with Professor Nathan Abrams and Dr Julia Wagner Including talks about and clips from The Ten Commandments (1923 and 1956); Let’s Make Love (1960); Hester Street (1975); Chariots of Fire (1981); and Yentl (1984)
To be advised
33
Sunday 23 February 2025 (Day event)
Classical music Co-ordinated by Maestro Gerard Schwarz (former musical director of Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra) with performances by Julian Schwarz (cello) and Marika Bournaki (piano) and talks (including by Maestro Schwarz, Dr Malcolm Miller and Dr Simon Hochhauser)
Princes Road Synagogue
34
Monday 24 February 2025 (Start at 14.15)
Architecture, monuments and sculpture Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history with aspect of Jewish interest
To be advised
35
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