Purim 2024 with TBI

Celebrate Purim 2024 with your Progressive Jewish Community!

One of the most joyous and fun holidays in the Jewish calendar, Purim is a thankful affirmation of Jewish survival against all odds.

The festival is celebrated by a typically lively reading of the Megillah (the Scroll of Esther), which tells of the time when the Jewish people living in Persia were saved from extermination.

Saturday 23 March

Erev Purim

6pm Erev Purim Service
Join us for an erev service to start the festivities!

6.45pm Refreshments – Registration essential!
We will then break for refreshments after the service for the silliest of celebrations. Partake in drinks, snacks and merriment before the show.
REGISTER HERE

7.45pm Purim Spiel
Stick around for the big show – the Purim Spiel! This year, the theme is Andrew Lloyd Webber, meaning you’ll hear all your favourites from The Phantom of the Opera, Cats and more!

Sunday 24 March

Purim

10am-1pm Carnival
Bring your family to a fun-filled day of costumes, activities, songs and treats. Enjoy all the festivities, including petting zoo, jumping castle, photo booth, children’s entertainer, BBQ, coffee van and more!

 

7pm Purim Spiel – Encore! At LBC
If you missed the Spiel at TBI, come watch it at the Leo Baeck Centre (or see it for a second time!) where the show will be performed again.

Fulfil one of the four mitzvot of Purim and help us collect donations for children in need!

TBI are accepting donations of school supplies for refugee children, which will then be given to Project Dignity for distribution. Drop off your donations at TBI.

Types of donations:

Sponsor an activity at the Carnival!

To make sure TBI’s Purim Carnival is the most fun day for everyone, we are calling on our community for sponsors for a variety of activities and attractions.

There are various activities that can be sponsored, including:

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