Top 10 things to do

Things to do in the week to come.

The annual Dancing in the Vineyard biblical festival. (photo credit: PR)
The annual Dancing in the Vineyard biblical festival.
(photo credit: PR)
1 FILM
EXISTENTIAL CRISIS
Woody Allen’s newest Irrational Man is a human, wise and moving comedy. A philosophy professor experiences a personal crisis and leaves his prestigious university, while a bright young student and a colleague professor both try winning his heart. However, what really excites the professor is committing the perfect crime that will make the world a better place.
2 MUSIC
FLOWERS IN THEIR HAIR
The Israel Woodstock Festival celebrates its seventh anniversary with Geva Alon, Funkenstein, The Elevators, Full Trunk and Libi and the Flashback. Six hours of music, art and nostalgia from the 1960s. The musicians will cover artists that took part in the original Woodstock concert, such as Neil Young, The Who, The Grateful Dead and Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Thursday, 4:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Kraft Stadium, Jerusalem. For tickets: 2bvibes.com/tickets.


3 SPANISH LOVE
An Andalusian Love Song is a concert with David Broza and the Ashkelon Andalusian Orchestra, with special guests Mira Awad and the YMCA Jerusalem Youth Chorus. A thrilling encounter between diverse Spanish styles and rich musical traditions of the Maghreb.
Tuesday at 9 p.m. at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. For more information, call (02) 670-8935. No assigned seating.
4 GALILEE LOVE
The Kinneret Love Night Festival hosts two performances for Tu Be’av. Yehudit Ravitz opens the evening with a rich repertoire of her songs. Shalom Hanoch and his band follow with a rocking show presenting new material and old classics.

Saturday at 8:30 (Yehudit Ravitz) and 10:15 p.m. (Shalom Hanoch) at Beit Gabriel on the Kinneret, Lawn Amphi (Tzemah Junction). For tickets: *9080; www.zappa-club.co.il.

5 LUNA POP
Luna performs at the Barby club as part of its world reunion tour, with a warm-up show by the Cheval Sombre band. Luna, the indie-pop trio, will embrace the Israeli stage with seven albums to its name and a host of pop tunes.
Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. (doors open) at the Barby, Tel Aviv. For tickets: (03) 518- 8123; www.barby.co.il.
6 DANCE
WAR AND BODY
Intimadance 2015 features Si, Fuggire (Yes, Let’s Run), a work by Idan Cohen. In a world filled with violent political conflicts, Cohen presents the act of love as a combat ring, where one side loses in advance, and The program includes two other pieces.
Friday at 2 p.m., Saturday at noon and 8 p.m. at Tmuna Theater, Tel Aviv. For tickets and more information: (03) 561-1211; www.
tmu-na.org.il.
7 SHADES OF SHILOH
The annual Dancing in the Vineyard biblical festival aims to renew the ancient tradition of the girls of Shiloh dancing at the ancient site of Shiloh on Tu Be’av.
The event is a feminine empowerment of musical shows, a wide variety of sessions for body and soul, professional dancing areas and a concert by singers Shai Lee Atari and Na’ama Cohen.
Thursday at 5:30 p.m. (concert begins at 8:30 p.m.) at ancient Shiloh. For tickets and more information: 1-800-345-454; www.go-festival.co.il.
8 ART
LEGENDS OF THE SEA
The National Maritime Museum presents “Replica Stories,” an exhibition of ship replicas. The exhibition displays diverse boat models, from sailboats that were used in war or commerce, to ships of the 20th century, reflecting historical moments and technological advancements.
Building replicas of ships is an old form of art kept alive and well in the hands of boat and sea lovers.

Opens Saturday at 8 p.m. at the National Maritime Museum in Haifa. For more information: (04) 838-3554; www.hms.org.il.

9 CHILDREN
ART FOR KIDS
During August, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art offers children a diverse range of activities, such as gallery tours in the footsteps of Picasso; Tuesday Magic, where parents and their children can draw or sculpt to together; a play about 17thcentury portraits with live acting and singing; and a play about a woman who lives in a painting.

Activities throughout August at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Plays at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (August 6). Picasso tour on Saturday. For more information, call (03) 607-7020.

10 MIXED BAG
CRAFTS AND CONCERTS
The 40th annual Hutzot Hayotzer arts & crafts fair hosts a long line of activities.Top Israeli singers in special lineups, popular children and tiny tots shows (appearing for the first time), artists from Israel and around the world, a beer garden, a photography exhibition, workshops and much more. Shlomi Shabbat performs on opening night on the main stage.

Opens Monday through August 15 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday from 9 p.m. to midnight. Closed Friday. At the International Arts and Craft Fair Jerusalem Center and at the Sultan’s Pool. For tickets and more information: *6226; (02)