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Synagogue Nights at Jewish Museum present a series of live events

Synagogue Nights at Jewish Museum present a series of live events

Manchester Jewish Museum announces bold new event programme in its newly restored former synagogue

Manchester Jewish Museum announces a bold new event season in their newly restored former synagogue. This beautiful space, steeped in Manchester’s rich Jewish history, will be host to Synagogue Nights: a programme of eclectic events this Autumn ranging from Klezmer gigs and animated graphic novels to theatre performances featuring large scale knitting and an adult twist on Yiddish pantomime.

Synagogue Nights presents a series of live events that celebrate diverse Jewish experiences and explore untold and unexpected stories. These artists will be creating work for new spaces such as our synagogue and making new connections with audiences and communities. The ambition is for Synagogue Nights to become a playground for artists to try out radical new ideas. There will be opportunities to connect with the artists after each event through workshops, informal discussions and post-show Q&As

The Museum will also be partnering with Tsitsit: The Jewish Fringe Festival for the first three events of the season in a city wide celebration of Jewish Culture.

To see the full Synagogue Nights programme visit: https://www.manchesterjewishmuseum.com/season/synagogue-nights/

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Published: 30-Sep-2021

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