Box Office 020 7520 1490 info@kingsplace.co.uk

How to Fight Antisemitism

Bari Weiss, Julia Neuberger, Hugo Rifkind, Simon Schama

Jewish Book Week 2020

Wed 4 Mar
Words

How to Fight Antisemitism

Bari Weiss, Julia Neuberger, Hugo Rifkind, Simon Schama

Jewish Book Week 2020

Bari Weiss speaker
Rabbi Julia Neuberger speaker
Hugo Rifkind chair

Antisemitism, says Bari Weiss, is ‘an ever-morphing conspiracy theory in which Jews play the starring role in spreading evil’; it is centre stage once more. It has existed for more than 2,000 years, the malignant prejudice that never dies. After the Holocaust there was a respite but today it is back, from both the political Left and the Right.

New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss, whose childhood synagogue in Pittsburgh was the scene of a terrible massacre, progressive rabbi and cross-bench peer Julia Neuberger and historian Simon Schama, discuss its resurgence and how to fight back.


Bari Weiss is a New York Times op-ed editor and writer on culture and politics.

Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger DBE is Senior Rabbi of West London Synagogue and was the second woman rabbi in the UK. She is a writer, broadcaster and crossbench peer.

Hugo Rifkind is an award-winning journalist who writes columns for The Times, The Spectator and GQ. He is a frequent panelist on BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz.

Simon Schama CBE, FRSL, FBA is a renowned writer, journalist, broadcaster and TV presenter. He is Professor of Art History and History at Columbia University.


Sponsored by Avi and Alison Goldberg.

Date & start time:Wed 4 Mar – 7pm
Venue:Hall One
Price:£16.50
+ £3 booking fee.

Booking Fees

A booking fee of £3.00 per transaction will be triggered in accordance with the type of tickets in your shopping basket. All tickets, including the £9.50 Savers, are subject to a booking fee, with the exemptions of flat-rate £9.50 tickets (not advertised as Savers), and any other tickets cheaper than £9.50. An optional postage fee of £1.50 is applied if you wish to receive your tickets by post. Booking fees do not apply to purchases made in person at the Box Office.

Availability:Tickets available

*subject to availability

‘Under 30s’ tickets available
A limited number of £8.50 (no booking fee) tickets are available with this show for attendees aged under 30. Enter promo code ‘UNDER30’ at check-out to find this price type. Please note that these tickets can only be collected at our Box Office and proof of ID may be requested. This offer does not apply to the higher price categories.
SAVE 15% when you book 3+ JBW events
Discount automatically applied when 3+ events have been added to your online basket. This offer is limited and subject to event availability. Offer excludes Saver Seats and Under 30s tickets.

Browse more

How to Fight Antisemitism Back to top
Book tickets