JW3 Sunday 2 July 2017 Screening and Stand-Up with Tony Hawks MBE

Mold poster

At 7.30pm, 2 July, the Freddie Krivine Foundation will be holding a fund-raiser at the JW3 Community Centre in London's West Hampstead; a screening of the film, 'Playing the Moldovans at Tennis".  The comedy was produced, written and directed by its star, Tony Hawks, the result of a somewhat bizarre wager he made after England beat Moldova 4:0 at Wembley.  Formerly, a ranked county tennis junior, he appears on BBC Radio 4’s "I’m Sorry I Haven't a Clue', 'Just a Minute' and 'Have I Got News for You' Tony will introduce his film and take questions afterwards. 

Hampstead Beach resized

To make Sunday 2 July a day-long family affair, from 3pm to 6pm Israeli professional coach, Mohamad Rashwan, alumnus of the Freddie Krivine tennis programmes will be giving free tennis lessons for children under 10 on Hampstead beach.  Taking place on JW3's now famous down-sized replica of Tel Aviv's endless sandy beaches, the coaches will be using mini-tennis kits, with soft balls and small-size rackets, in the first event of its kind in the centre.  The Hampstead Beach opens to the public on Sunday 2    July. Tickets only £30. All proceeds to support our work in Israel, where we are making a real difference.

Tickets from TicketSource https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/ELGJJK




Contact Us

Your Name(*)
Please let us know your name.

שגיאה בטופס. אנא מלאו מספר טלפון.

Your Email(*)
Please let us know your email address.

Please write a subject for your message.

Please let us know your message.