An exhibition exploring what it means to be two things at once.

In partnership with 

Jewish people have lived in Britain since 1066. As a community, British Jews are proudly, well, British. Yet they have long been cast as outsiders, whose loyalties lie elsewhere.  This exhibition invites you to explore some myths and realities – the many wonderful, curious and sometimes amusing pluralities of being British and Jewish. 

Come and see some remarkable objects.  Roam around an interactive virtual environment.  Watch Holocaust survivors talking about growing up.  Discover what’s lurking beneath today’s anti-Jewish racism in the ‘Lift The Flap’ exhibit.

Our curators will be on hand to have a chat and answer any questions.


Nottingham City Centre
Smithy Row 
Opening times
Sunday 3rd March: 12noon - 4.00pm
Monday 4th March to Friday 8th March: 12 noon to 6.00pm

University of Birmingham campus: 
Outside Cuore Café
Opening Times
Monday March 11th to Thursday 14 March inclusive.
12 noon to 6.00pm daily. 


Outwood Grange Academy Trust

Monday March 18 to Friday March 22 inclusive.

By invitation only.


Swiss Cottage Farmers Market (outside Hampstead Theatre)
Eton Avenue
London NW3 3HY
Manchester Jewish Museum
190 Cheetham Hill Road
Cheetham Hill
Manchester M8 8LW

Click here for more info on visiting the exhibition at the Manchester Jewish Museum

What The Press Said

"A cutting-edge touring exhibition exploring what it means to be British and Jewish" - The Jewish Chronicle.  Read the full article here.

"The exhibition... raises concerns “that some people are so ready to erase British Jewish freedoms because of the Hamas-Israel war 3000 miles away”.  Read the full article here.

"The exhibition... invites visitors to think about unconscious bias - several objects on display seem harmless enough, until you lift up a flap to discover the ingrained anti-Jewish assumption they sprang from." - Hampstead & Highgate Express.  Read the full article here.

"...The exhibition makes clear why the attempt to erase Jewish identity is no longer just the province of the extreme right." - Jewish News