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Music shows, exhibitions, theater performances and other events that will be on stage this weekend • Maya Cohen has collected all the recommendations for you

Idan Habib

Thursday, 9:00 p.m., Kibbutz Givat Brenner A

show with Idan Habib's hits, including "Waiting", "Like Every Day", "Now or Never", "Until You Come Back", "By Night", "No More Just", "La Boheme", "Red Light", "There is no place here", "Thoughts about love", "Chasing love in the days" and of course the new hits: "Shelim", "Then you will see" and "My soul".

Photography: Meir Cohen // Idan Habib,

"In a foreign city" - Laura Rivlin

Thursday, 9:30 p.m., Alma Zichron Yaacov

Laura Rivlin continues her collaboration with Nurit Zarchi, her son the composer Shaul Baser and Yemi Whistler (the entertainments) - which produced the show and the album "A Traveling Woman".

The songs record eavesdroppings, moments of observation of short, seemingly simple images of life - of strangers on the street, at the sea or in a cafe - images that behind their innocent appearance echo anxieties, tensions and fateful events, alongside cover versions of well-known songs.

Erik Sinai

Saturday, 10:00 p.m., Zappa Herzliya

Erik Sinai in a new show where he performs his greatest hits that he has collected over the years, including "Moving around and singing", "Heavy shadow", "Siva Tova", "My town", "Makkur", " A Farewell Song", "Derech HaKurkar" and many other good ones - including his new song "I'm here" written by Yahal Doron.

Photography: Eric Sultan // Eric Sinai,

"Mary Lou" from the National Theater

Friday, 9:00 p.m., Ness Ziona Cultural Hall The

musical based on the songs of Zvika Pick in a new and updated stage version directed by Tsadi Zrafati, in which the hits of the late Zvika Pick are combined, with the participation of Lehi Toledano, Tal Groshka, Aki Avni, Michael Givati, Tali Oren, Noy Halperin and dozens of other actors, singers and dancers. The plot of the musical takes place in Israel in the 1970s, and spans over a decade. At its center - a love story between three young people in an Israeli coastal town in the early 1970s. The heroes of the show are based on characters Appearing in Pick's well-known hymns: "Mary Lou", "Ella Cinderella", "Gabriel", "I love you Leah", "Love at the end of the summer" and many other good ones.

"The Ad" (new play)

Saturday, 18:00, Bhima Theater

Israeli premiere of a play by Natalia Ginzburg, the successful Jewish-Italian writer.

Elena, a young and innocent student, answers an ad in the newspaper and rents a room in Teresa's house.

She has no idea where she ended up and where things will go from here on.

Her landlady recently separated from her husband, Lorenzo.

He, it seems, has moved on with his life, while she struggles to come to terms with the loss.

When the ex-husband returns and visits the house, the wounds of the broken relationship are reopened (or maybe they never healed...).

In the main role: Merav Grover, who returns after 20 years to the stage of the National Theater.

Merav Grover,

The apartment hosts: 50 shades of conflict

during the weekend, Beit Liebling (Idelson 29, Tel Aviv)

a performance weekend in Bialik Square, short lectures, a living room conversation, memory games, a practical protest workshop and mingling. There you can meet the residents and get an impression of the work processes their personal stories, hear about the artistic research they conducted on historical preservation and the common domain and discuss the hot questions raised by UNESCO's declaration of the White City as a World Heritage Site in 2003: Is preservation a curse or a blessing?

Who has the right to the White City?

and more.

The residents: Susanna Mariacher, Omer Krieger, Shir Raz, Elena Shtelzer, Daniel Chechik and Tzipa Kempinski.

Curator and artistic management: architect Sabrina Tsegala.

Danny Sanderson

Friday, 10:00 p.m., Gray Yehud

Danny Sanderson comes with the best hits from his huge repertoire, of Beehive, Gezoz and Doda, including "I gave her my life", my surfboard", "Don Quixote", "Baruch's boots", "Alf Firemen", "Yo Ya", "Spaceship" and more.

Danny Sanderson, photo: Coco

I have a rhythm

Thursday, 20:00, Michael Sela Auditorium, Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot

The Israel Chamber Orchestra Jerusalem hosts clarinet player Sharon Kam who will play excerpts from Gershwin's "Porgy and Bass" to mark the 125th anniversary of his birth, alongside Mozart's immortal clarinet concerto, And this is under the direction of Keren Kagarlitsky.

The "South Adom" festival

during the weekend, between Nahal Shekama and Nahal Hashur

The "South Adom" festival returns for the 18th year, with red carpets and a variety of activities in the green spaces between Nahal Shekama and Nahal Hashur in the north of the Negev. In addition to the endless anemone carpets, in the evening hours there will be Live performances and tonight (Thursday) Amir Banyon will perform at the cultural hall of Sdot Negev with his well-known songs. As part of the activities of the Kimat Israel Fund, guided tours will be held in the forests and KKL-Junk parking lots at a nominal cost.

Also, as part of the "Israeli Shabbat" events, seven heritage sites in the north of the Negev will be opened to the public.

The red tapestries, "South Adom" festival, photo: Rafi Babyan

"Welcome" (new play)

Thursday, 8:00 p.m., Temune Theater

A new original production by the "Working group" ensemble starring Sharon Alexander, Khalifa Natur, Bat El Mashian, Minas Karwani and Atallah Tanos deals with power struggles between Jews and Arabs.

Horror comedy - a tough Jewish contractor, moves with his young wife to a villa he built in an Arab settlement.

He dreams of a good neighborhood, the development of the place for the benefit of all its residents and a rapid rise in real estate prices, but receives a chilly reception. After a violent incident with some of the neighbors, it seems that his dream is about to shatter on the rocks of reality, but not a person like him will give up and run away, or hide behind a means Security and locked windows One night the border has been crossed one too many times, and he decides to stand his ground and take his destiny into his own hands.

From the play, photo: Simcha Barbario

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