Yom Ha-Shoah 5782
Join us to honour the memory of six million Jews who were murdered in the Shoah (Holocaust). All events are offered free of charge but we kindly ask for a minimum donation of £10 in aid of our twin Ukrainian congregations of Lutsk and Lviv. Donate here.
On display at the synagogue will be the art of Maria Tudosa. Born in 1929 in Adjud, a small town in the Romania province of Moldova – with a then vibrant large Jewish community, her paintings record the destruction of her Jewish neighbours by the Nazis. Radu Negru, the doyen of Romanian art critics: “Maria Tudosa’s varied creations reveal a poet’s personality … oscillating between the natural and the supernatural”. The exhibition can be accessed when the synagogue is open (doors open 30min before the start of each event).
7-8pm in person or online
Yom Ha-Shoah Recital
5pm in person or online
Survivor Speaker Freddy Berdach