Jerusalem's top events for the week of February 13thPurim is still a month away, but you can get a head start on the partying at Thursday night's Boogie Adar bash at Gerard Bechar. And the party continues the rest of the week as well - with children's events, winter festivals, dance and music performances and more. Warm regards from Jerusalem!
Keep calm and Boogie! Boogie music and movement presents an especially festive Boogie evening this Thursday at Gerard Bechar in honor of "Purim Katan." The party is open to all and will include a movement workshop with Nina Arzi, good vibes, awesome music, freestyle dancing, chill out corners and more.
This Valentines Day, treat yourselves to a festive meal at the American Colony Hotel's "Arabesque" restaurant on Thursday evening, desgined by head chef David Dades, for 245 per person. Stick around and pamper yourself with a romantic weekend for two at the hotel, starting at 1690 NIS per night. Love is in the air!
The Tower of David Museum reveals hidden corners of the city in its new winter tour series. This Friday, discover the new findings in the dry moat of the Citadel with archaeologist Amit Reem and discover findings from all the eras in Jerusalem including remains of the First Temple period and Herod's palace. (In Hebrew).
Kiddies will go wild at the "My Bamba Story") festival, on through Saturday night at the Malcha Mall-Mall). The Bamba-riffic celebration features Bamba-inspired arts and crafts, a free bag of Bamba for every child, and a visit and photo opps with the trademark "Bamba baby" on Thursday-Saturday.
This Saturday night, catch the Incubator Theater's performance of "This City": a detective story rap musical by The Victor Jackson Show, at Beit Mazia (in Hebrew). The performance tells the story of Private Eye Joe's investigation into a mysterious murder which almost leads him to the gallows.
The Remengar Flamenco Dance Company takes the stage in Jerusalem on Saturday night with "Raices": Oud and violin sounds of virtuoso musician Amin Sage bring the Remangar dancers back to the past to find the roots of movement, sound, and connection to the earth. Click here for more info and direct online ticket orders!
The Shaon Horef winter festival heads to Azza Street this Monday, with a fascinating discussion about the future of radio at the Jerusalem Institute on Radak Street. Later on, a swing dancing lesson will be followed by a wild swing party, featuring a live show by The Betty Bears ensemble.
Take a fresh look at all the Bloomfield Science Museumhas 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.
Table Trio takes the stage at Nocturno next Wednesday night for an exciting, contemporary Mediterranean Fusion show featuring an ensemble of unique musical instruments including oud, cello, guitar, percussion, vocals, and flamenco dance. Drinks will be available at the well-stocked bar at discounted prices.
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