Mayor of London Ken Livingstone has added his support to the Jewish Museum’s Identities 2006 exhibition.
The exhibition has been set up to mark the 350th anniversary of Jewish life in Britain and ncludes interviews with former MP Oona King, author Rachel Lichtenstein and former Lord Chief Justice Lord Woolf.
Announcing his support for the exhibition Livingstone said he was “pleased to be able to support this important exhibition, which celebrates how Jewish and other communities have enriched British society.
Ours is a country that has benefited culturally as well as economically from the different communities that have chosen to live here. Jewish people have made an enormous contribution across all fields of social, political, cultural and economic life over many centuries.”
Identities 2006 is on at the Jewish Museum, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden Town, London NW1 7NB from 4 July – 12 November 2006. Call 020 7284 1997 for more information.
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday 10am-4pm, Sunday 10am-5pm Admission: Adults £3.50, Senior Citizens £2.50, Children/Students/Disabled £1.50, Family ticket £8.
External Link: www.jewishmuseum.org.uk