Judith Kerr at The Jewish Museum

Tiger, Mog and Pink Rabbit:
A Judith Kerr Retrospective
at The Jewish Museum
Open Now
Until 14th October
Now open on Saturdays!

Judith Kerr must be one of the UK’s best loved authors. Her books, which include the famous The Tiger Who Came To Tea and the Mog series about a portly grey and white cat, have been a cherished part of the lives of legions of children for decades. This exhibition has come to London from Newcastle where it has been on display at the National Centre for Children’s Books and it has had rave reviews from visitors.

The exhibition has a huge array of original artwork and illustrations and also explores the fascinating background to When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, featuring the drawings Judith made as a child refugee fleeing Nazi Germany.

This is a great one for children in the summer holidays – they can even have tea with a life-size Tiger and curl up in Mog’s basket.

Judith Kerr is doing two talks at The Jewish Museum while the exhibition is on – they are bound to book up soon, so be quick.

Judith Kerr – My Life and Work
Date: Sunday 26th July 2015 Time: 2-3pm
Price: £15 per adult, children free with museum entry
Judith Kerr talks about her life and work in this conversation with Nicolette Jones of The Sunday Times. This event is aimed particularly at children. All children under 16 must be accompanied by adults.

Judith Kerr – My Stories
Date: Thursday 10th September 2015 Time: 6.30-7.30pm
Price: £15 per adult, children free with museum entry
Hear Judith Kerr share the real-life stories behind her words and pictures in converstaion with Claire Armitstead of The Guardian. Suitable for ages 9+. All children under 16 must be accompanied by adults.

Adults: £7.50*
Concessions: £6.50*
Child (5-16): £3.50
Family ticket: £18 for two adults and up to four children
Museum Friends and Under 5s: Free
*Prices include voluntary donation for Gift Aid purposes.

Admission is free to the Welcome Gallery exhibition space, museum shop and café.

Free entry for:
• National Art Pass holders
• Museums Association (MA) cardholders
• London Pass cardholders
• Carers

Opening times:
Daily from 10am – 5pm
Friday: 10am – 2pm
Last entrance is 30 minutes before closing.
Open on Bank Holidays but closed on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Map of jewish museum london
Jewish Museum London
Raymond Burton House
129-131 Albert Street
London NW1 7NB

Tel: +44 (0)20 7284 7384

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