Photo gallery

London Male Voice Choir @ Mosaic

On Sunday 25th February we were entertained by The London Jewish Male Choir – with a varied programme of Jewish music including Yiddish, Ladino (Judeo-Spanish), Chassidic and Renaissance music, as well as musical theatre, folk and contemporary and modern Israeli compositions.

All photos by David Pollak

Holocaust Memorial Day

To commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day, Mosaic Culture Hub was honoured to present the film “Breathe Deeply My Son”, the story of Holocaust survivor Henry Wermuth, and to welcome Hendry’s daughter Ilana Metzger who was interviewed by Steve Levinson and took questions from our audience about her father’s remarkable history.

MOJO at Mosaic

Mosaic welcomed Jeremy Sassoon and his MOJO (Music of Jewish Origin) show.  With an audience of over 250 people, Mosaic was delighted to host Jeremy Sassoon’s Musicians of Jewish Origin (MOJO) show which highlights the music of the Great American Playbook and some of the best Jewish singers and songwriters over the last century.  In a joyous evening of songs, stories and anecdotes, Jeremy led his band on piano and vocals, with fabulous support from bassist Flo Moore and expert drummer Pat Illingworth.

All images by Jane Prentice

Liberal 75th Anniversary

The celebration of the 75th Anniversary of Mosaic Liberal Synagogue was marked with a Tea Party on 16th April, 2023

The afternoon included some recollections on the history of the Synagogue since its founding in 1948, the three different buildings at 326 Preston Road, and the move to Bessborough Road in 2011 with some extracts from the video of that move, a display of photographs and memorabilia, a singsong led by Rabbis Rachel and Anna, and plenty of time for conversation with old and new friends.

Hamantaschen Bake-In

(all photographs by Pat Zatz)

Chanukah 2019

(all photographs by Maurice Hoffman)

Jonathan Wittenberg at Mosaic

Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg, senior Rabbi of Masorti Judaism, spoke to Mosaic Jewish Community at Bessborough Road about his 2016 book “My Dear Ones: One family and the Final Solution.”

photograph by Pat Zatz

photograph by Pat Zatz

photograph by Pat Zatz

Photo Group tour of the East End

4%IDS Arch, photo by Tim Durham

Rabbi Frank led an intrepid group of photographers through a rainy East End.

Starting at the Whitechapel art gallery, via Gunthorpe St (pictured) to the four percent industrial dwelling society (now IDS, which remains a major housing charity in the East End) commemorative arch on Wentworth Street. 

From there we continued to Fashion st and lunch in the crypt of Christ Church Spitalfields, where we were joined by Sohail of Wembley Central Masjid, who kindly arranged a tour of the Brick Lane Jamme Masjid (formerly the Machzike Hadath [Spitalfields Great synagogue], and before that a hugenot church and Methodist chapel).  After this we had Asian snacks and tea on brick lane, then a last stop at Brick lane bagels before departing home from Liverpool street station.


Gunthorpe Street, photo by Mark Phillips

In and Around Brick Lane – photo by Michael Collins









In and Around Brick Lane – photo by Michael Collins

Fashion Street, photo by Mark Phillips






Photo by Maurice Hoffman

Photo by Maurice Hoffman

Photo by Pat Zatz

East End Mural, photo by Tim Durham

Frank encrypted – Rabbi Frank entering the crypt of Christ Church Spitalfields where we all had lunch – photo by Stephen Dorff

Sohail and Frank

Candlabrum – photo by Pat Zatz

Red Nose Day 2019

(All photographs by Maurice Hoffman)

June Kenton visits Mosaic

All photographs by Rosemary Hoffman

June Kenton addressing Mosaic about her book “Storm in a D cup”


(all photographs by Maurice Hoffman)