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London’s longest-running literary festival, previously Jewish Book Week, returns to Kings Place from 2-10 March under its new name, the Jewish Literary Foundation presents Book Week.

The festival features Jewish themes and writers and is open to everyone.

Join us for 90 conversations, performances, debates, workshops and talks covering art, fiction, film, history, music, politics, science, sport and much more. The line-up includes David Baddiel, Elif Shafak, Nicholas Hytner, Sarah Bernstein, Simon Schama, Hadley Freeman, Lemn Sissay, Maureen Lipman, Yascha Mounk, Emma Barnett, Howard Jacobson and Tracy-Ann Oberman.

The festival offers 14 free events, £5 tickets for under-30s and a great value Digipass encompassing all 16 online-only events.

Book Week 24 is presented by the Jewish Literary Foundation

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Book Week - £5 ‘Under 30s’ tickets available
A limited number of £5 tickets are available for attendees aged under 30. Please select the 'Under 30s' ticket option during the booking pathway (if the option is not there, this means all 'Under 30s' tickets have sold out). Please note that proof of ID may be requested at the venue.

Adi Toch: Place to Place

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Acclaimed metal artist Adi Toch on her unique commission from the V&A.

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Woman in Art: Helen Rosenau

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Art historians Griselda Pollock and Jaś Elsner look at the work of Helen Rosenau 80 years after the publication of her seminal Woman in Art: From Type to Personality.

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Art Monsters

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Lauren Elkin and Hettie Judah explore how feminist artists have confronted the problem of how to tell the truth about their experiences as bodies.

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