Ten years ago, the London Jewish Cultural Centre (LJCC) took up residence at Ivy House, the historic home of ballerina Anna Pavlova, in Golders Green and since then it has become London’s leading provider of Jewish education and culture, welcoming some of the top names in music, literature, history and the arts through its doors.

This summer the LJCC will be moving to its new home at JW3 on the Finchley Road, so to mark a glorious decade in Golders Green, it is hosting an exhibition of photographs of 22 of the people who have graced its rooms since 2005, all of which have been taken by Dr Adrian Dell, a member of the Hampstead Photographic Society and keen supporter of the LJCC, who has photographed almost 100 events at the centre.

Maureen Lipman CBE, January 21, 2013
Was the TV programme Jewish Mum of the Year just entertainment? Maureen Lipman was one of the panel members in this discussion.

Grayson Perry RA, May 26, 2011
The leading artist, broadcaster and blogger was in conversation with author Jacky Klein, discussing his life and art, from his childhood and transvestism to wider questions about class struggle, psychotherapy, religion and bad taste.

Zoë Wanamaker, May 3, 2012
The world renowned actress – star of My Family and Harry Potter – shared stories about her father, her childhood and her experiences in the acting business with a full house.

Tom Conti, November 6, 2008
Hampstead resident Tom Conti talked to BBC Today programme’s Carolyn Quinn and played some of the music that evoked special memories and experiences for him.