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March 2019 – JESSE ROYAL [JA] & STYLO G [UK] – PURIM FEST REGGAE AND DANCEHALL

Sat 23 March 2019 | 6:00 pm – 11:59 pm
Hangar 9 – Beit HaRishomim Street, Emek Hefer, 90 NIS

PurimFest 2019
Reggae and Dancehall Carnival in a festive Purim edition!
Hosts 2 giants from Jamaica and England
Stylo G & Jesse Royal (First time in Israel!) – JAMAICA / UK
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May 2019 – MENASHE FOREST FESTIVAL 2019

Thu 30 May 2019 – Sat 1 June 2019 | All Day
xKibbutz Mishmar HaEmek – Mishmar HaEmek, Mishmar HaEmek, 290-335

Live Music | 3 days with camping | North Central Israel | May

A fun 3-day festival, with live performances from over 80 top Israeli bands across all genres – the lineup has included amazing bands like Red Band, Daniella Spector, Tatran, The Hoodna Afrobeat Orchestra, and many more. There are two main music stages, plus loads of workshops, stalls, and art zones. Rock, reggae, poetry, dance, theatre, performance art, folk, experimental music, and more, all in the spirit of a strong social statement and connection to nature.

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February 2019 – THE THIRD PLAYBACK THEATER ASSOCIATION FESTIVAL – THE QUIET VOICES ARE GIVEN A STAGE

Thu 14 February 2019 – Sun 1 September 2019 | 3:30 pm – 11:30 pm
The New Central Bus Station – Levinsky 108, Tel Aviv,

Are warmly invited to the third Playback Theater Festival “The Quiet Voices Receive Stage 3” to be held at the Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv.

This is a social festival that yearns to give a stage and a voice to voices and to silent, restrained and silent populations.
The playback community is a diverse and complex community from all sectors of the population: secular, religious, Arab, ultra-Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox, right-wing and left-wing, women and men.

Every story has a place with us, without judgment and without criticism.
We do not ignore the difficult reality we live in. We want to raise the quality of listening and discourse to everything that is difficult.
The Playback Theater community in Israel seeks to find the spark alive within the difficulty.

The festival will take place on February 14 between 15: 30-23: 30 at the new Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv in the Karov Theater, Fresco House and Performance Malls.

In total, there will be four time bands for performances that will take place simultaneously in four areas, ie a total of 16 performances on various social issues.

List of occurrences and groups that appear:

1. Stories from the belly – “an old man – what does he have in his life”
2.Danstory – my addictions and me
3. The Playback Group of the Nazareth Fringe Theater Ensemble: Playback Dahar of Nazareth – Identity and Diversity (Arabic and Hebrew performance)
4. A game from life – my suitcase – identity and belonging
5. Playboy – The Monster of Jealousy
6. The company from Ichilov – non-politically correct – children is joy? Things you should not say
7 Stage Treasures – ImprovisArts – Life glows in Pace
8. Playback – Come on Racism!
9. Combinations in the Galilee – Believe that you can fix it
10. Pointe – Women’s Exclusion (Women’s Show Only)
11. Drawers – to be in water (p
12. Mirrors – Playback in the Dark
13. Addis – a group of women, a great rabbi – Michal Nasi
14. Tokens – madness on the normal sequence
15. The moment – about life and death
16. Respondents of Spirit – Respondents in the Secret Service
17. A transparent ensemble and a clear ensemble – performance – awareness monologues – a performance at a break throughout the station
18. Supervised by Amalia Hadar – Talking Tables – an active performance during a break that will take place in the foyer of the Karov theater

During breaks you can enjoy a cup of coffee, a conversation with friends and two exhibits.
The number of tickets for each show is limited according to the size of the hall.

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Dance in Israel

day-tours  GIFThe internationally-known Bat Sheva company is the mainstay of modern Israeli dance. There are no classical ballet companies in Israel, but contemporary dance is very much alive here. The focal point of dance activity is the Suzanne Dellal Center, a superb, old Ottoman building at the heart of the historic, southern Tel Aviv district of Neve Tzedek, which has benefited from extensive architectural renewal.

In Jerusalem, dance can be seen at the Center for Performing Arts in the Jerusalem Sherover Theater complex, while Jewish and Arabic folk dancing performances take place on Monday, Thursday and Saturday evenings in the YMCA auditorium.


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  29. Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 – February 2017 (9/8/2016) - Every year, for 4 weeks in February, the Shaon Horef Cultural Festival transforms the streets of Jerusalem into a lively cultural venue full of surprises as thousands of young people come together for this exciting series of cultural happenings with more then 100 free events.
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