The Great East End Treasure Hunt

London –The Great East End Treasure Hunt: A quest for a long lost past Sunday 6th April
from 2pm

Stumble around the East End and watch the Jewish history of this area unfurl with
musicians, treasure clues, actors and bagels. Sign up in groups to discover some
stories, fall upon soup kitchens, bump into klezmer players and search for

We’ll scatter signposts, clues, artists including performer Judy Batalion, live
musicians and hidden items along the roads of the East End, taking you on a two
hour tour around a Jewish world that has all but vanished.

The afternoon will finish at Corbett Place for tea, drinks and live music from

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Meet at the Cable Street Mural, painted on the side of St. George’s Hall, Cable
Street E1

Group charge £40/ individuals £9 – Book in a group of five, for larger groups enquiries
and bookings call 0207 431 9866

The Other Seder with Hofesh Shechter, Joshua Sofaer, Judy Batalion and The Destroyers
Thursday, 10th April 2008, from 7:30pm

A night of contemporary dance, performance and live music with HofeshShechter, Joshua
Sofaer, Judy Batalion, DJ Max Reinhardt and
The Destroyers.

Contemporary Dance choreographer HofeshShechter, who wowed audiences with Uprising
and In Your Rooms in 2007 at the Place, South Bank and Sadlers Wells and whose work
on C4’s Skins credits can currently be seen all over your televisions, will create
a specially commissioned new piece of work around the theme of the Plagues.

Performance artist Joshua Sofaer will also present a new commission, turning the
obligation to ask Questions at Passover into a Seder Chatshow.

And to finish off the evening, the 15-piece anarchic gypsy punk orchestra The
host Judy Batalion and DJ Max Reinhardt will set a party vibe to bring down Wiltons’
crumbling roof.

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Wiltons Music Hall Gracey Alley,off Ensign Street E1

£12 in advance or £15 on the door – book online or call 0207 431 9866


Coming soon…

Semitica: Noa and The Idan Raichel Project Monday 26th May, 7:30pm

Musical leading lights from the Middle East perform in 3 ancient Semitic languages,
Hebrew, Arabic and Amharic for an evening presented by the new JCC for London.
sensation Idan Raichel, whose self-titled first album sold record numbers of copies
in Israel, will perform for the first time in central London with the fabulous
and Arabic Israeli musicians who have inspired and influence his music. Israeli
star Noa, who wowed audiences in 2001 at the Barbican, will return to London for
this show. Noa is Yemeni by origin and brings these ethnic roots into her beautiful
jazz and singer-songwriter lyrics.

Daphna Sadeh and The Voyagers will play a pre-show gig in the foyer at the Queen
Elizabeth Hall from 6.30pm. Daphna’s music is inspired by Jewish, Middle Eastern
and Mediterranean cultures, with added influences of Jazz, Klezmer and Sephardic

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Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre, Belvedere Road SE1

£22, £20, £17.50, £15 (concs 50% off with limited £12 availability) – book online
at or call 0871 663 2500