Swaying the hearts and minds: The five day Tlv in Ldn festival

Considering the festival was the first of its kind, some were impressed with how it was run.

September 13, 2017 17:44
CHEF SHAUL Ben Aderet offers chocolate mousse to BDS protesters outside the Roundhouse Theatre.

CHEF SHAUL Ben Aderet offers chocolate mousse to BDS protesters outside the Roundhouse Theatre.. (photo credit: SHAHAR AZRAN)


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As hundreds of thirty-somethings swayed to the pulsating beats of the Infected Mushroom duo Friday night in London’s Roundhouse Theatre, little did they know they were taking part in a bold, new and positive approach to combating Israel delegitimization.

As one of the most touted acts in the TLV in LDN festival, the popular Israeli performers were part of the largest cultural exchange Israel has had with a foreign country.


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