Photographer, Tori Ferenc captures the children of a North East London, Jewish community during the festival of Purim

Words by Tori Ferenc

More than 30,000 Hasidic Jews live in Stamford Hill, a neighbourhood in North East London. During Purim festival, the community celebrates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman. As the tradition has it, children dress up in phenomenal costumes and parade in the streets as Rubik’s Cubes, princesses, Virgin Atlantic stewardesses and popcorn boxes.

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