Here's the trailer for Leah, Teddy & the Mandolin. Noo - so just in case you need to be persuaded that you should come to the screening on Sunday 18 March at the Rabbi Cyril Harris Community Centre - click on here to Watch The Trailer.
Now do you agree that song is the universal communicator? Even without the English subtitles for each song, you get a feel and flavour for what the song is all about. So book already for the screening on Sunday 18 March at 5.30 and 7.30pm!
Yiddish song is like chicken soup for the soul. And if you are a vegetarian, Yiddish song will still resonate. Rohzinkes mit Mandlen - Raisins and Almonds, that hauntingly beautiful lullaby - is strictly vegetarian, in fact vegan too. Be surprised to see who is singing this evocative song!
And the songs aren't all shmaltzy either - and even if some are, it is only the good-for-your-heart cholesterol! Yiddish songs resonate from the sentimental to the powerfully dramatic; from poignantly tender to stirringly robust; from hysterically funny to very much tongue in cheek.
Discover this remarkable treasure of Yiddish song that runs through Leah, Teddy & the Mandolin - Cape Town Embraces Yiddish Song.
REMEMBER TO BOOK FOR THE SCREENING OF LEAH, TEDDY & THE MANDOLIN
WHEN: Sunday 18 March at 5.30 & 7.30pm
DONATION: R90.00 (including refreshments)
WHERE: Clive M Beck Auditorium, Rabbi Cyril Harris Community Centre (RCHCC), cnr Glenhove Rd & 4th Street Houghton, East of the M1
BOOKING: Hazel or René (011 728 8088/8378) After Hours (011 728 8378) Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bank details: Nedbank Norwood Code: 191905 Account name: RCHCC
Account number: 1920 116 699 Please put your name as reference