shepherd in a kibbutz in Israel. He later married the writer, Lynne Reid-Banks, and they had three children. She says: “To have lived for 55 years with a man of such courage and sweetness, and watched his gift evolve to produce such powerful and beautiful works, has been the greatest happiness and privilege of my life.” Fiddler On The Roof is on at Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre, with RSC and National Theatre stalwart Patrick Brennan, playing Tevye. Everyman Artistic Director Gemma Bodinez says the musical is a timely choice. “It looks at a father with three independent daughters who want to choose their own husbands and it’s set against a backdrop of a village being ripped apart by the Russian powers that be, forcibly making the Jewish people leave Russia in their millions.”.
“So sadly it still resonates with what is going on in the world..”
Patrick Brennan says Tevye is an iconic role. “I see it as the King Lear of musicals with its themes of fatherhood, growing older whilst having daughters with a different view of the world.”
FRANCINE WHITE Museum in March. There will also be a street trail around Camden Town, where Winehouse lived.
The exhibition includes photos of family Friday night Shabbat dinners and Winehouse in the uniform of the Jewish Lads’ and Girls’ Brigade, as well as a description of her great-greatgrandfather’s arrival in London from Minsk in 1890 and his descendants’ trajectory from the East End to north London.
The trail will take visitors on a tour around Winehousethemed street art, past her house in Camden Square and other landmarks, to a new installation by the street artist Pegasus.
The exhibition runs from March 16 to September 24 at the Jewish Museum in Camden. The street art trail will be available from March 15 until June 4.
Searching for Great Aunt Mina was inspired by a photograph and a commissioned photo essay for the Sunday Times Magazine about the Sangoma, the traditional healers, or shamans. Her story takes in the history of Eastern Europe and the immigration drive to Southern Africa from Eastern Europe. Photography, Richard Berry (left) and Stanley Weber SOLVE OUR Shabbat-friendly crossword. Writing is not required — just use your Scrabble board and tiles to spell out the answers to the cryptic clues. 7O Egad! I’m very old. (4)
9H The dashing fellow cut the grass with it. (5)
10J Found everywhere but not suitable to drink. (5)
1E Two vehicles make a third. (7)
3B Fifty in a panic, fail. (5)
3I Mary carried it feverishly. (6)
5B Pardon me dancing. (6)
5K When you never get jam. (5)
7A Disregard this region. (6)
7K But pea is not a green colour. (5)
9A Had junior gone on a pilgrimage. (4) 10E Bats like this wood. (6)
12J Zebulun or Cheyenne. (5)
14J Round and round it goes. (5)
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