Britain and the British in Novels and Memoirs

University of London Senate House Room 243, Malet Street, London

Lecture given by member of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, based at the Institute for Modern Languages Research, University of London

Free

Aspects of Exile – Lecture Series

University of London Senate House Room 243, Malet Street, London

Series of lectures, organised by the Research Centre for German & Austrian Exile Studies, at the University of London’s Institute for Modern Languages Research

Free

Jewish Book Week

Aurelia Young, daughter of the sculptor, will be in conversation with art historian Patrick Bade.

£9.50

Modernist Hampstead Walk

Hampstead Tube Station Hampstead High Street, London

Discover the revolutionary Modernist homes and idealistic architecture built in Hampstead in the 1930s

£9 – £12

Being Second Generation with Gaby Glassman

JW3 341-351 Finchley Road, London

More than 70 years after the Holocaust, children of survivors and refugees will explore together how it has affected their lives.

£9

Book Launch, Hans Keller 1919-1985: A musician in dialogue with his times

Guildhall School of Music and Drama Silk Street, London

Alison Garnham and Susi Woodhouse present their new centenary biography of Hans Keller, in an evening of music and readings. On Hans Keller’s birthday itself, the Belcea Quartet perform Haydn’s Op.76 No.2 and Britten’s Third Quartet (which Britten dedicated to Keller).

Free

Words: Insiders / Outsiders

Kings Place 90 York Way, London

Words: Jewish Book Week. Anna Nyburg, Daniel Snowman and Monica Bohm-Duchen. Insiders/Outsiders examines the extraordinarily rich contribution of refugees from Nazi-dominated Europe to the visual culture, art education and art-world structures of the United Kingdom.

£9.50

Haunted by History

Birkbeck Cinema 43 Gordon Square, London

A selection of recent essay films – poignant, thought-provoking, sometimes darkly humorous and frequently disturbing – made by UK-based members of the so-called ‘Second Generation’, namely, the children of refugees from Nazi Europe and/or Holocaust survivors, whose work explores the complex and necessarily problematic legacy of their families’ experiences.

Recollections of Hans Keller

Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street, London

Study day and concert celebrating Hans Keller’s centenary, featuring discussion with musicians who knew Keller, a music workshop, film showing and concert by the Elias Quartet.

A Celebration of Hans Keller

The Menuhin Hall Cobham Road, Stoke d'Abernon, Surrey

A celebration of Hans Keller by the Yehudi Menuhin School, where Keller taught chamber music in the 1980s.
On Hans Keller’s birthday itself, the Belcea Quartet perform Haydn’s Op.76 No.2 and Britten’s Third Quartet (which Britten dedicated to Keller).

Hans Keller Centenary – Belcea Quartet

Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street, London

On Hans Keller’s birthday itself, the Belcea Quartet perform Haydn’s Op.76 No.2 and Britten’s Third Quartet (which Britten dedicated to Keller).

£14 – £16

Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain: Talk with authors Leyla Daybelge and Magnus Englund

Daunt Books 51 South End Road, London

The hugely influential Lawn Road Flats, or Isokon building, was commissioned by visionary couple Jack and Molly Pritchard and designed by architect Wells Coates. Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain (Batsford) by Leyla Daybelge and Magnus Englund tells the extraordinary story of Isokon, and how its network of residents helped shape modern Britain.

£5

Four Parts of a Folding Screen

Birkbeck Cinema 43 Gordon Square, London

Based on documents found in Berlin archives, Four Parts of a Folding Screen explores exclusion, statelessness and the legalised theft and sale of everyday family possessions by the National Socialist regime.

Hans Keller Centenary Celebration

Clare Hall Herschel Road, Cambridge

Cambridge University Library (home of the Hans Keller Archive), the Faculty of Music and Clare Hall combine in a day of talks, discussion and music celebrating Hans Keller’s Centenary.