Family Day 2020 Sunday 02 February - Sunday 02 February | Tickets now on sale

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80+ events from Saturday 29 February – Monday 8 March.
Book now to save on tickets!

Did you know that there are reduced-price tickets for all Jewish Book Week events at Kings Place? Saver Seats are £9.50 and Under-30s tickets just £8.50. The offer applies to the whole line-up but numbers are very limited, so with our strongest-ever start to ticket sales, don’t leave it too late to grab a bargain!

With over 6,000 tickets sold already our events are filling up faster than ever, but we still have tickets for under £10 for a wide range of talks, Q&As, panels and performances. Catch Newsnight presenter Emma Barnett in conversation with Rachel Johnson, play premiere Shylock and Caliban Speak or our panel The Outsiders on refugees and migrants from the 15th Century to Windrush and present day. There’s New Yorker contributor Adam Kirsch with Who Wants To Be A Jewish Writer?, a debate about returning precious artefacts in Who Owns History? and Jerusalem: City of the Book. And we have Peter Conradi in conversation with Virago founder Carmen Callil, Ondaatje Prize winner Peter Pomerantz on information manipulation, Marcus du Sautoy on how the rise of AI could impact culture – plus much. much more. Saver Seats are available on a first come basis and Under-30s £8.50 tickets are available with the code UNDER30 at checkout (box office collection only with proof of ID)



See our full line-up of 80+ events and book

Full programme announced and tickets now on sale!

Jewish Book Week 2020 takes place from 29 February to 8 March at KIngs Place and JW3, bringing you 80+ talks, Q&As, performances and panel discussions covering arts, business, current affairs, entertainment, faith, fiction, history, humour, music, nature, politics, science and much more!

Our line-up ranges from acclaimed authors like Simon Schama, Howard Jacobson, Hannah Rothschild & Edmund de Waal to leading speakers and performers such as Julia Neuberger, A.C. Grayling, Claire Martin, Emma Barnett & Douglas Murray. We also look at the lives and careers of iconic individuals including George Gershwin, Albert Einstein, Eva Ibbotson, Bach, Karl Marx, Dorothy Parker, Primo Levi, Shakespeare & Elaine Feinstein

See our programme in full and book