London’s International Festival of Arts and Ideas

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Out-Of-Festival Archive

Sunday, 17 March 1996 - 12:00pm

Sunday 17 March was the final day of Jewish Book Week 1996. The main festival ran from 10 to 17 March at London's Royal National Hotel. More than 30 challenging and entertaining speakers took part in 17 sessions, presenting arguments and many different points of view. 

Sunday, 21 March 1993 - 11:00am

Sunday 21 March was the final day of Jewish Book Week 1993. The main festival ran from 14 to 21 March at London's Royal National Hotel. More than 20 challenging and entertaining speakers took part in 8 sessions, presenting arguments and many different points of view. 

For the full list of the festival's events see below. 

Sunday, 15 March 1992 - 10:45am

Sunday 15 March was the final day of Jewish Book Week 1992. The main festival ran from 9 to 15 March. More than 12 challenging and entertaining speakers took part in 7 sessions, presenting arguments and many different points of view.    

Sunday, 10 February 1991 - 10:45am

Sunday 10 February was the final day of Jewish Book Week 1991. The main festival ran from 6 to 10 February. More than 5 challenging and entertaining speakers took part in 3 sessions, presenting arguments and many different points of view.    

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David Grossman speaks with Mark Lawson at a special out-of-fesitval event.