September 15 @ 7:30 pm - September 16 @ 10:30 pm
£47 – £120
Tickets are nearly sold out for our London event but we are delighted to offer a limited number of seating on the balcony which has no restricted view. These seats are priced at £47 each. Please scroll down to book online (and select London Balcony) or call 020 8732 6100.
PLEASE NOTE: There is no lift access to the balcony
There are still tickets for the Manchester event, please scroll down to book online or call 020 8732 6100.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
JNF UK presents an evening with Michael Aloni, Sunday 15 September and Monday 16 September 2019
Star of ‘Shtisel’ ‘The Voice’ and ‘When Heroes Fly’
If you’ve ever wanted to spend the evening with Kive, here’s your chance! Michael Aloni, star of ‘Shtisel’ ‘The Voice’ and ‘When Heroes Fly,’ is heading back to England with JNF UK. Following on from two sell-out events back in April, Michael will be joining us this September 15 and 16 to entertain audiences in London and Manchester!
Michael will be providing a unique insight into the Netflix show about an ultra-Orthodox family which has captured the imaginations of audiences around the world. The event will be hosted by popular Israeli journalist and news anchor Elad Simhayoff.
Last time Michael was in town, tickets sold like hot challot! So don’t be a meshugene – buy your tickets now to avoid missing out on hearing from one of Israel’s biggest stars!
Sunday 15 September 2019 | NW London – 7.30pm – 10.30pm
Monday 16 September 2019 | Manchester – 7.30pm – 10.30pm
Tickets are now on sale – Standard and limited VIP Meet & Greet tickets available. Table seating (up to 12 people), so it will be a great opportunity to come with a group of friends!
Standard Ticket: £50 (includes cocktail reception and light refreshments)
VIP Meet & Greet Ticket: £120 (includes priority seating, refreshments, wine and desserts, private reception meet and greet)
The money raised will go towards Project: Connected which combats loneliness and social amongst Holocaust Survivors in Israel. Project: Connected partners Israeli students with vulnerable Survivors, so they are no longer alone. These young volunteers visit during the week, join them for festivals, and even teach them how to use the latest technology. The survivors longer fear a week without speaking to another person, no longer dread lighting their candles alone. And the students, learn about the Holocaust from the most valuable teachers we have. At a time of rising antisemitism, it has never been more important that we champion these voices while they are still with us.
NB: Photography will be taken at this event, should you wish to not be featured in our photography, please let a JNF UK representative know at the event.
**TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE**