Bible and Love Fest takes to caves

August 4, 2009 07:37
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Aya Korem will perform at Beit Guvrin

Aya Korem will perform at Beit Guvrin. (photo credit: Gal Daran)


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Shalom Hanoch, Shlomo Gronich, Gidi Gov, Miri Mesika, Idan Yaniv, Kobi Oz, the Andalusian Orchestra, Vertigo Dance and others will take part in the Bible and Love festival, which opens August 4 at Beit Guvrin. The festival will continue among the caves until August 8 with music, dance, art, seminars, hikes and theater.

Many of the shows were commissioned especially for the festival, while others are shows that have not been staged in years.

Ticket prices vary per performance. Check with the Israel Camerata (1-700-55-200), Bimot (, Klaim ( or Hadran ( for details.

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