Jewish Book Week compy
Last updated: 2007-02-28
This competition is now over. The lucky 10 winners are:
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Jewish Book Week is one of the most essential events in the annual Jewish cultural calendar and this year's is no exception especially as we have 10 pairs of tickets up for grabs for the Bookniks evening on Thursday March 1 at Royal National Hotel in Bedford Way, London WC1.
The night would normally cost £15 a ticket, so it's well worth your while entering this fabulous competition.
The evening is hosted by film journalist Jason Solomons and consists of three events. Postcards from the Unholy Land at 6.45pm, Is Humour Good for the Jews at 8.30pm and The Bookniks session at 10.00 pm.
Postcards from the Unholy Land sees Israeli novelist Etgar Keret, journalist, performer and artist Avi Pitchon, singer-songwriter Idit Eshel and sociologist Keith Kahn-Harris discuss Israeli culture today and give you the view you never get in the news.
Is Humour Good for the Jews features panellists Judy Batalion, Steve Bernstein, Adam Bloom, Jonny Geller and Penelope Solomon examine what makes Jewish humour so special.
The Bookniks session is a cabaret fusion of music, visuals and literary performances with Idit Eshel, Sophie Hannah, Etgar Keret, David Maine and Jason Solomons.
So what do you have to do to be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets?
Well, the first 10 people drawn who answer the following question correctly will get the tickets.
Who is the author of The Devil Wears Prada?
a. Lauren Weisberger
b. William Shakespeare
c. Sir Jonathan Sacks
Send your answer, along and address details, to: firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than 10.30am February 28 2007
Please include your telephone number so we can contact you if you are a winner.
1. This competition is only open to UK residents.
2. Only one entry per household.
3. First 10 correct entries drawn at random after the closing date will win.
4. There is no cash alternative.
5. Relatives or employees of JMT Ventures and/or Jewish Book Week are not eligible to enter.
6. By entering you agree to these rules.
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