Tracy-Ann Oberman

Tracy-Ann Oberman is a stage and screen actor, playwright and writer. Recent credits include Doctor Who, Monroe, Friday Night Dinner, Eastenders and Give Out Girls. Many theatre credits include The National Theatre, The Royal Shakespeare Company, West End and Hampstead Theatre. She has written radio plays for BBC Radio 4, won the BBC2 Greenlight Comedy Award, co-adapted Chekhov\'s Three Sisters for Liverpool Everyman and is a frequent contributor to newspapers and magazines.
Children of the Ghetto
Children of the Ghetto is Israel Zangwill’s epic tale of Jewish life in London, published in1892, describing both the poverty of the East End and the wealthy lives of the established Jews in the West End. Zangwill drew on his experiences of growing up in Whitechapel to paint a detailed and understanding picture of the lives of the immigrants. Children of the Ghetto is both a landmark work of modern Jewish fiction as well as an essential late Victorian te...
JDOV: Jewish Dreams, Observations, Visions
Ever wondered what it would be like if you crossed Jewish Book Week with TED, the popular conference which asks inspiring speakers to give “the talk of their life”? Here’s your chance to find out. Launched at the annual UK Limmud Conference, JDOV talks are now happening around the world and can be viewed at www.jhub.org.uk/jdov Four speakers gave their all at Jewish Book Week, journalist and writer Jonathan Freedland, actor Tracy Ann Oberman, photographer Judah Passow and...