Film Screening: We Keep Coming Back

Film Screening: We Keep Coming Back

In 2012, Canadian Jewish theatre artist, Michael Rubenfeld, proposed to his mother that they go to Poland together “for the first time” and see the country their family came from, and the places they had survived. This trip was to serve as research for a play they would make together. This “research” would ultimately turn into a much larger project, the outcome being that Michael now lives in Krakow, and became co-founder of an alternative Jewish arts festival.

Join us, at The Pump House in Watford, for a drinks reception and screening of We Keep Coming Back followed by an exclusive Q&A with the Director, Michael Rubenfeld.

Tickets are £22.50 and include one free drink. Email london@thetogetherplan.com now to secure your place!

All proceeds will be shared with FestiVALT – a grassroots initiative by the community in Poland, founded by Michael Rubenfeld (the creator of We Keep Coming Back) and his wife, Magda Koralweska-Rubenfeld, who also features in We Keep Coming Back.


18 May 2022


7:00 pm - 10:30 pm


The Pump House


The Pump House
The Pump House, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 2JP, United Kingdom
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  • Debra Brunner
    Debra Brunner

    Debra has been working in Belarus for over ten years and is a passionate advocate for Jewish community, history, heritage and identity. Debra has worked tirelessly to grow The Together Plan in order to give agency to Jewish people coming out of a traumatic past, to empower them and give them skills and self-belief to rebuild and revive. It is Debra’s mantra that together we can make a real and positive difference for a better, stronger and more cohesive Jewish landscape in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.

  • Michael Rubenfeld
    Michael Rubenfeld
    Co-Artistic Director

    Michael Rubenfeld is a performance maker, cultural producer, playwright and actor, originally from Winnipeg, Canada and now residing in Krakow, Poland. Much of his performance work revolves around exploring contemporary Polish-Jewry. He is the co-director of FestivALT, a Jewish arts activist festival in Krakow, Poland, which he co-founded in 2017.



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