Jerusalem's top events for the week of February 6thFrom a wacky Dr. Seuss inspired musical to international jazz ballet, from tours of the Old City's lesser known parts to contemporary music at a hip cafe/art gallery, from Valentine's Day offers to gourmet French cuisine, Jerusalem has it all this week. Get all the infos below, then bundle up and head out to whatever attraction strikes your fancy! Read on for our top picks.
From a wacky Dr. Seuss inspired musical to international jazz ballet, from tours of the Old City's lesser known parts to contemporary music at a hip cafe/art gallery, from Valentine's Day offers to gourmet French cuisine, Jerusalem has it all this week. Get all the infos below, then bundle up and head out to whatever attraction strikes your fancy! Read on for our top picks.
Les Ballet Jazz de Montreal celebrates 40 years of activity with an international tour, which includes three pieces written especially for the event. The company will perform tonight in Jerusalem, presenting works by three of the most prominent and famous choreographers in the contemporary dance world. Click here for tickets!
The Tower of David Museum reveals hidden corners of the city in its new winter tour series. Experience the lesser-known sites and stories of Jerusalem, the taste of Sahleb, sesame and mint tea, the smells and sounds of the Old City, and secret gardens behind stone walls. The first tour takes place this Friday at 10:00.
Take a fresh look at all the Bloomfield Science Museum has to offer this February, including the new and impressive Bioscapes exhibit, entertaining scientific demonstrations, tours, building workshops, and Dr. Molecule's new show in the auditorium exploring the mysterious nature of the air.
Israel Musicals presents Seussical, the hit Broadway musical, with a six show run at the Gerard Bechar Center. Don't miss the last two performances, next Sunday and Monday evenings! The show is a Dr. Seuss fantasy in song and dance, filled with lots of humor as well as important values and life lessons.
In honor of Valentine's Day, the Jerusalem Mall (Malcha) spreads the love with a colorful fair from February 11-14, offering gifts to pamper yourself and others, special deals and treats that you'll simply love - whether or not you celebrate the actual holiday.
Adom is honored to have been chosen as the Jerusalem representative for the 2nd annual "French Cuisine Week" culinary festival from February 9-12, 2014. Adom will host French chef Yoni Saada, and together with the staff of the restaurant Adom will offer guests a variety of specials inspired by French cuisine at a week of French culinary celebration.
The Museum of Italian Jewish Art presents an evening of music and theater in the Fresco room as part of Jerusalem's "Sha'on Horef" festival, next Monday night. The program includes live shows by Michal Lotan and Itzik Patzatzi and the Luz sisters, as well as theatrical tours throughout the evening.
At Beit Avi Chai's "Comics for Grown-Ups": An Illustrated Literary Evening" next Tuesday evening, artists will demonstrate and discuss super heroism, anti-heroes, frames and speech bubbles that are taking a place of respect in contemporary literature, including Israeli literature. (In Hebrew.)
Singer, songwriter and composer Uria Harosh hits the stage at Nocturno on Wednesday night for a show of rock and blues, accompanied by Dani Arviv on guitar. Harosh is working on his debut album with producer Roi Zu-Aretz and Meir Banai. The first single is scheduled to be released soon.
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