Jerusalem dance festival From Jaffa to Agripas comes back with a twist

"Through this work, we wanted to ask: How can it be that two individuals who grew up, were raised and currently reside in the same city still live in totally different worlds?”


‘Best Sellers’: Michael Caine shines through the clichés - review

There’s good news and bad news about his latest film, Best Sellers, which opens throughout Israel on January 5. It has a good cast and a meaty role for Michael Caine, but it doesn't quite jell.

‘Betrayal’: Norway’s Holocaust role, explored

Betrayed will be screened at the Haifa Cinematheque on December 23 and at the Holon Cinematheque on December 24. 


‘Tantura’ documentary: Well-intentioned but poorly executed - review

The film would like to convey the message that acknowledging this should not cause fear in Israelis; recognizing injustice is not at odds with our right to exist in the Land of Israel.

Madame Butterfly’s America of the imagination at the Israeli Opera - review

Polish director Mariusz Trelinski seems to have included sharper pins than usual in the opera, which makes the link between collecting butterflies, and how men and women can cause one another pain.

'The Chabadnikim': A 'Book of Morman'-esque play in Tel Aviv - review

The play deals with serious issues such as homosexuality, especially in Hassidic communities, immigrant workers and a questionable shidduch system - but with a light-hearted, fun approach.

By Rachel Golda Bernstein

The Alberto hotel is a gem in Tel Aviv

The Alberto, located in a historic building from 1913 is located on one of the most vibrant streets of the city on the corner of Ahad Ha’Am and Nahalat Binyamin.

Hoffman examined: A retelling of the Offenbach masterpiece - review

Set to music by Jacques Offenbach, the opera is loosely based on stories penned by E.T.A Hoffman with one major difference: Offenbach placed Hoffman as the protagonist.

André Rieu: The King of Waltz's spectacular return to Tel Aviv - review

To warm applause from the crowd, André Rieu said that after almost three years of COVID-19, it was now finally possible to enjoy music together again.

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