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'Black Mirror' returns to screen, Dudu flies in new album with Jonny Greenwood: All cultural recommendations for next week | Israel Hayom


Highlights: Suede and Adam Lambert will perform (separate) in Israel, the seventh film in the "Transformers" series, Eliad releases his fifth album. Dr. Casper's rabbit show in a festive show, two new and intriguing Israeli series, the immortal show "Anapaza" returns to the stages and "Mamma Mia!" says goodbye to the stage. These are the most interesting things waiting for you in the week of 15/06-09/06.

Suede and Adam Lambert will perform (separate) in Israel, the seventh film in the "Transformers" series, Eliad releases his fifth album, Dr. Casper's rabbit show in a festive show, two new and intriguing Israeli series, the immortal show "Anapaza" returns to the stages and "Mamma Mia!" says goodbye to the stages • These are the most interesting things waiting for you

Another week is coming to an end, so in order for you to start planning your plans for the rest of the week right now, we have prepared for you some recommendations for everything interesting in the world of culture during the week of 15/06-09/06.


Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

The seventh film in the successful action film series, which takes place before the first film in the series, brings back the robotic alien gang to the stage and introduces a new race of Transformers, who will join a new battle on Earth between the Autobots and the Liars. Steven Capel Jr. of Creed 2 fame took over directing, starring Anthony Ramos ("Hamilton") and Dominic Fishback ("Judas Iscariot and the Black Messiah").

In cinemas

Eight Mountains

The new film by Belgian director Felix van Groningen (who was nominated for an Oscar for "The Collapse of the Broken Circle") and his partner Charlotte Vandermarsch won the prestigious Jury Prize at last year's Cannes Film Festival.

It follows Pietro's friendship of several years, who moves to a small village high in the Alps at the age of 11, where Bruno, the last child there, lives. They spend summer days together, with Pietro coming and going, until a few years later they meet again in the same place.

In cinemas


Black Mirror

Even before the launch of the sixth season of the successful anthology series, which comes four years after its predecessor, it has already received a huge buzz around it - as befits such an esteemed series.

Once again, in the five episodes of the new season, the series is expected to present a combination of a dystopian world and science fiction that is likely to occupy viewers for a short period of time. Among the actors who will appear in the new season are Emmy winners Aaron Paul and Annie Murphy, as well as Rory Culkin, Salma Hayek, Josh Hartnett and Michael Cera.

Thursday, Netflix

Go all the way

Nearly 26 years after the British comedy of the same name became a sensation and was nominated for four Academy Awards (including Best Picture), its protagonists return in a sequel series that will follow the changes they've undergone in the time since the film's release with plenty of humor, moving moments and a lot of warmth of heart—and with the original cast, and that alone justifies cause for celebration.

Wednesday, Disney+


About two years after the first season of the drama created by Rotem Shamir and Yuval Yefet conquered Israeli viewers, its new season opens after the release of the police officers from prison. The police refuse to return them to service, and they find themselves abandoned to their fate in the face of threats from the head of the criminal organization Maor Ezra. They will do anything to clear their name, even if it means taking risks like never before. Starring Tzachi Halevi, Shani Cohen, Daniel Gad, Danny Stagg, Yiftach Klein, Ola Shor-Selector and Maor Schweitzer.

Starting Tuesday, Sagittarius 12

From the second season of "The Cops", photo: Ran Mendelsohn

Six zeros

At the heart of the series created by Noya Oren and directed by Nir Bergman are six people who will not be able to receive the millions of shekels they won until they undergo a group workshop that will prepare them for their lives as millionaires. Through humor, drama and a lot of realism, the series presents a human picture of what happens when the fantasy of many of us becoming millionaires instantly meets reality. Among the participants: Shlomo Baraba, Shani Klein, Laura Rivlin, Roni Dalumi, Rotem Keinan and Ofer Hayon.

Starting Tuesday, Kan 11 and digital

Shlomo Baraba and Laura Rivlin in "Six Ephesians", photo: courtesy of Kan 11


Suede performing in Israel

One of the Britpop pioneers of the 90s comes to only one concert in Israel, as part of the tour of the successful British band, which released its ninth and acclaimed album "Autofiction" last year. The Israeli public knows the band intimately not only because of its many hits, including "She's in Fashion", "Stay Together" and "Beautiful Ones", but also thanks to the performances it has held in Israel in the past, which has positioned it as a particularly beloved band among the local audience.

Thursday, Menora Mivtachim Hall, Tel Aviv

Dr. Casper's Rabbit Show Celebrating 30 Years of Activity

Due to the great demand created after its big comeback show, which took place a few months ago, the beloved rock band will hold another show. Once again, she will not only perform the many beloved hits she has accumulated over the years of her activity (including "Look at Me", "I Dream Forever" and "Everything Will Be Fine"), but will also prove that despite the passage of time, she still knows exactly how to give in her head.

Friday, Barbie, Tel Aviv

Adam Lambert performing in Israel

Following the release of his latest album "High Drama", the American-Jewish singer, who burst into our lives when he reached second place in the eighth season of "American Idol", arrives at his first show in Israel, where he has already performed in the past as part of his joint show with the legendary band Queen. Lambert will perform songs from his new album, special renditions of classics and big hits that he will re-perform, and of course some of Queen's hits.

Tuesday, Tel Aviv Cultural Hall

Dudu Tessa and Jonny Greenwood - Jarak Qaribak

As if only three months have passed since the release of his last album "Sun and Cloud", the Israeli creator and musician is releasing a new album, which is a collaboration with one of the world's greatest guitarists and musicians, known for his activity in Radiohead and as an esteemed film soundtrack composer.

The two produced the album themselves, whose mixing is overseen by none other than legendary music producer Nigel Goodrich, which combines Middle Eastern Arabic music with rock who made the duo famous, each in their own projects.

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Eliad - Between Worlds

After becoming one of Israel's most beloved and successful artists, the 33-year-old musician is releasing his fifth album, on which he has worked for the past two years with some of Israel's most successful artists and producers, including Noam Horev, Sahar Twito, Jordi and Matan Dror.

In the 12 songs on the album, Eliad remained faithful to the pop-R&B combination that led to his breakthrough, but this time the musical line also receives other musical elements, with which he created a catchy and sweeping album, with a variety of options for hits that will accompany our ears for a few good years to come.

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When one recalls Ohad Naharin's iconic work for Batsheva, the deep voice of Avi Balali, lead singer of the band Tractor Revenge, immediately pops up, strong and confident.

The powerful music that accompanied the piece, which premiered in December 1993, is only part of what contributed to the precedent of the show, which is now being revived for just seven performances. It will be interesting to watch it from the distance of time, many years after it left its mark in the annals of Israeli dance.

As of June 16, Hangar 11, Tel Aviv Port

From the show "Anaphase", photo: Xaf

Mediterranee Festival

The tenth anniversary edition of the International Festival of Music, Cinema, Art and Flavors from Mediterranean Countries will span ten days until June 17. David Broza will open the festival with a festive performance marking the 40th anniversary of his album "The Woman with Me", in which he will host Tamir Greenberg.

Among the other events that will take place: a performance by Natasha's friends accompanied by the Chamber Opera Orchestra, screenings of several films and international performances with the participation of artists from countries such as Israel, Morocco, Turkey, Italy and Portugal.

Starting Friday, throughout Ashdod

Natasha's friends, who will participate in the festival // Photo: Orit Pnini

Mamma Mia!

What hasn't been said and written about one of the most successful musicals of all time? Now its successful Israeli version, which premiered in 2019, is coming to an end with a few final performances.

The plot, based on ABBA songs and with many of its songs, takes place on a small Greek island where Sophie, the only child of her mother, is trying to discover the identity of her real father. To do this, she invites her mother's three lovers to her wedding, hoping that one of them is her father, who will lead her through the wedding ceremony.

Friday-Sunday, Habima Theater, Tel Aviv

From the musical "Mamma Mia!", photo: Or Danon - courtesy of Habima National Theater

Children of Israel Unite

One of the biggest reggae events in Israel comes in the form of a new two-day festival, marking the centenary of Bob Marley and the Wailers' "Catch a Fire" and "Burnin", one of the most significant albums in the genre.

The most notable performance at the festival will be that of Jamaican Andrew Tosh, son of Rastafari pioneer Peter Tosh, who formed the legendary band The Wailers with Marley.

From Thursday, Selina Kinneret

Somewhere in 2023

Yael Kremsky's remake of a play staged by the Passport Ensemble just before the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, inspired by Jerzy Kosinski's book Being There, incorporatesspeeches by four former U.S. presidents elected in response to protests against judicial reform. At its center is a homeless man named Shaughnessy, the gardener, who meets a businessman looking for innovative rhetoric for the president's speeches, which leads to a variety of absurd situations.

Monday-Wednesday, Tel Aviv Museum

From the play "Somewhere 2023", photo: Simcha Barbiro



A musical show for the whole family starring Joy Rieger, David Shaul, Ido Ofek, Kinneret Limoni and Avishai Friedler, in which a class flies together to the moon, a girl who has to go to the bathroom in the middle of a highway, a strange aunt from Brazil, a girl who beats all the boys in basketball, a boy who meets his father's father's father, and more, in a show full of magic, laughter and fun.

Shabbat, Tzavta, Tel Aviv

From the show "Rashtov", photo: Carmi Dror

Book Week for Families

The festival will take place in order to deepen children's acquaintance with the world of children's literature in Israel. During the course there will be a variety of events, including one-time meetings with the best children's writers in Israel, art workshops with illustrators, a book sales fair and tributes in memory of the creators Meir Shalev and Yehonatan Geffen.

The highlight of the festival is the Book Hospital, which will offer experiential workshops for repairing and healing "wounded" books that have worn out, which will be donated after their rehabilitation to pediatric wards in hospitals.

Monday-Thursday, Beit Avi Chai, Jerusalem

Book Hospital, Photo: Dana Bar Siman Tov


Room 2704 - Typography Experiments

Students in the Department of Visual Communication at Shenkar's School of Design and Engineering experimented last semester in a typographic research laboratory, the field of letter design, in order to look at the letter as a formal element that is not necessarily intended to serve a purpose and/or be legible. The 16 participating projects in the exhibition, which will close on June 16, have transformed dimensions and media by looking at the Hebrew letter.

Shenkar College, Ramat Gan

A work by Adam Kenneth, who will participate in the exhibition

The largest art sale in Israel

On June 18, more than 120 pieces of art by Israeli artists, from the most senior in Israel to the youngest, will be auctioned, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Iggy LGBT youth organization. Until then, even those who do not define themselves as art collectors will be able to enjoy the works, including a painting by contemporary artist Zoya Cherkassky, a sculpture by Violet Landau, a work by Frank Stella and a painting by Gideon Rubin.

Tiroche Auction House, Herzliya

A work by Gideon Rubin, who will participate in the exhibition

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