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Events in Jerusalem

Summer Performances for Children at the Museum for Islamic Art

Summer Performances for Children at the Museum for Islamic Art at 01.07.2010

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Thursday jul 1st

The Museum of Islamic Art presents Summer Performances for Children, from Sunday-Thursday at 13:00 throughout the summer.

On Sundays and Thursdays: "Adon Kalfon's Magic Show": a musical magic show for the whole family by Adon Kalfon, including flying, disappearing, and reappearing objects, telepathy, and a special surprise hiding in the magic box.

On Mondays: Interactive Story Theatre-"King Midas": King Midas asked the gods to make everything he touched turn to gold. One day he discovered that his wish came true, but that the touch of gold is more complicated than he thought.

On Tuesdays: The Train Theater-"Stories from Around the World": This Train Theater performance tells stories from around the world with the help of dolls, objects, and various surprises connected to costumes and props, where every doll and prop have a double or triple role.

*List and schedule of Train Theatre performances:

"The Story of the Bean": July 27 and August 3, 2010

"Father and Son": July 17 and August 10, 2010

"Chinese Cube": August 24 and 31, 2010

On Wednesdays: Interactive Story Theatre-"A Journey in Time," a performance inspired by The Mystery of Lost Time exhibit. Asaf's watch is broken, and he is worried that as a result, time will stop and he will not be able to celebrate his upcoming birthday. Asaf's grandfather takes him and the other children on a journey inspired by the exquisite watch collection and the mystery of time, exploring questions such as: What is time? How do clocks and watches work? How is it that in Israel it's a certain time and in New York it's another time? What did people do before there were watches? Is it possible to stop time?

*Admission to performances is free with museum admission.

*From July 25-August 31: Extended Opening Hours -- Sunday-Thursday: 10:00-19:00, Friday and Saturday: 10:00-16:00


Open Hours

Sunday, Monday and Wednesday 10:00 to 15:00; Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 to 19:00; Friday and holiday eves 10:00 to 14:00; Saturday and holidays 10:00 to 16:00


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