Barbara Honigmann is Germany’s foremost Jewish writer and the recipient of multiple awards. Author, journalist, theatre director and artist, her work explores the complexities associated with being a Jew in post-WW2 Germany. Honigmann’s mother was Kim Philby’s first wife and her father chief editor of the Berliner Zeitung.
Canadian-born foreign correspondent Heidi Kingstone has interviewed many key international figures, from Benjamin Netanyahu to Zaha Hadid to Daniel Liebeskind.
In 2015, London collective Assemble became the first architecture studio to receive the prestigious Turner Prize. Assemble – a team of 18 young architects and designers – won the award for their innovative Toxteth housing estate regeneration project.
This event took place on Tuesday 28 February 2017 as part of Jewish Book Week 2017. To watch a video of this event, click here.