top of page

All tickets are free for members. Join us here. If you're already a member, please log in at the top right, then select a General Admission ticket, below. Your free admission will be granted at checkout.


If you are a UK taxpayer:

Non-members will help us by selecting the 'Gift Aid' ticket option, below. By including a 10% donation in your ticket purchase, and confirming that you are a UK taxpayer, you allow us to claim back 25% of the ticket price at no extra charge. Many thanks. Read more about Gift Aid here.

Thu, 21 Jul



The Jews of England and the Revolutionary Era, 1789-1815

Registration is closed
See other events
The Jews of England and the Revolutionary Era, 1789-1815
The Jews of England and the Revolutionary Era, 1789-1815

Time & Location

21 Jul 2022, 20:00


About the event

The French Revolution eventually led to the political emancipation of Jews in France, the embrace of the concept of equality before the law, Napoleon’s destruction of European ghettos and his calling of the Sanhedrin. Set against this background, how did Anglo-Jewry react to doubts in England over its loyalty?

Dr Jeremy Smilg read Economics at the London School of Economics. After a career in the City, he returned to his true academic love, and was awarded a Master of Research degree in Jewish History and Culture and a doctorate by the University of Southampton’s Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish relations.


  • Regular Ticket

    Sale ended
  • Gift Aid Ticket

    Ticket includes a gift aid donation

    Sale ended



Share this event


If you are a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid can make your donation go even further. It means we can get an extra 25p for every £1 you donate – at no extra cost to you. All you need to do is to select the Gift Aid ticket, above, confirm the following and enter your address in the contact details form if it is new to us. Thank you. 

Contact Details:

Thank you

bottom of page