Until August 21
The Jewish Museum in Camden, London NW1, is marking the centenary of the Immigrants and Aliens Act 1905 with the Closing the Door? Immigration to Britain 1905-2005 exhibition. It explores arguments used to oppose Jewish immigration in 1905, how immigration has affected British life over the past century and how migrant communities have survived. Exhibits include photographs, textiles, religious objects, cooking utensils, art and musical instruments. There is an accompanying programme of workshops, talks and discussions. Admission: pound;1.50-pound;3.50; family ticket pound;8.
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