Jackie Mason wants to see you on zoom

November 16, 2020 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Legendary American comedian, Jackie Mason has a message for Australia – don’t bother with the dress and the makeup, skip the routine and join him for A Night in with Jewish House.

Jackie Mason in 2005

The 92-year-old multi-award-winning stand-up comedian, actor and TV star will be making an appearance at Jewish House’s one hour online virtual event, taking place on Wednesday 2nd December at 8 pm.

Jackie Mason will appear virtually from New York. The entertainer and his brother are ordained rabbis. He still performs professionally.

Mason joins a star-studded line up of local and international speakers and entertainers including:

Kathryn Eisman – Emmy nominated E! News Entertainment host, entertainment correspondent for Sunrise, and author of two books as host,

Shulem Lemmer – the first Haredi Jew to sign a Universal record contract,

MODI – Top 10 New York comedian and internet sensation,

Dr Devora Kestel –Director of Mental Health & Substance Use at the World Health Organisation to deliver a keynote address on the global impact of COVID-19 and;

Rabbi Mendel Kastel – CEO of Jewish House & Commissioner on the National Mental Health Commission to deliver an update from Jewish House.


It has been an exceptionally busy year for Jewish House, with the team increasing their crisis intervention and prevention services to support families and individuals through the COVID-19 pandemic. The one-hour online event will bring community members together to help raise funds to support Jewish House’s crisis services in the coming year. 

What are you waiting for?! Do as Jackie Mason says – and register now at https://events.humanitix.com/a-night-in-with-jewish-house  to attend A night in with Jewish House.


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