Manchester Jewish Museum, a former synagogue on Cheetham Hill Road, is preparing for a reopening in Spring 2021 following renovations
The Jewish Festival of Belonging continues this week, hosting a selection of events from comedy, to films and visual arts.
The Manchester Jewish Museum opened in March 1984 and since then has enjoyed 35 years of educating all societal demographics with a wealth of exhibits that showcase the history of Manchester – now it will come to Central Manchester and remain in the Central Library until 2021 when the transformed synagogue will reopen.
The UK’s only Jewish museum outside of London is getting a revamp and will take temporary home at Manchester Central Library until then.
City of football, musical capital and industrial hub – Manchester has many different guises.
‘We’ve given it a Manchester feel’: Jewish Museum to host culture clash concert evening of Klezmer and Irish Folk
Musical cultures will come together this week for two evenings of festivities at the city’s Jewish Museum.