Bagels to Bhajis: the ever-changing Jewish East End
30 June, 2020 @ 10:45 am - 12:15 pm
Don’t miss this opportunity to discover the streets and buildings in and around Brick Lane and beyond to Stepney Green and Whitechapel. With stories of synagogues, street markets, schools, and soup kitchens, memories of the late 19th-century Jewish community come flooding back. Woven into the tour is also the legacy of other immigrant communities, such as the Huguenots and Bengalis, who have made this area their home. Join Blue Badge Guide Rachel Kolsky to discover the East End and its glorious secrets.
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