What do you do with the children in Sukkot?
All the best festivals and shows
The date festival?
Rishon LeZion Festival?
A festival of childhood sounds?
Lunde Museum in Be'er Sheva?
Get 11 recommendations for where you can go with your family for fun during the Sukkot holiday
Thursday, 06 October 2022, 00:14
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Four nights of the best artists performing against the backdrop of the spectacular desert landscape.
Among the others will appear: Avraham Tal, Eden Hasson, Sharit Haddad and Usher Cohen, Marina Maximilian, Amir Dadon and Omar Adam, Ariel Zilber and the Baruch band, Natasha's friends, Tislam and Shalom Hanoch, Echo, Tuna, Nega Erez, Mercedes Band, Hadeg Nahsh.
In addition, there will also be sunrise shows: Eli Butner and the Children of the Outsiders who will host Guy Mazig, Mark Eliyahu will host Mosh Ben Ari, Ehud Banai.
The summit of the fortress and its foothills
Childhood Sounds Festival
"Beauty and the Beast" adapted for dance theater with the Fresco troupe, a musical journey to the depths of the brain with the Camerata Orchestra and actors, "David Binyamin" with Alon Olarchik and friends, a tribute to the songs of the children's festivals of old, musical storytelling with Daniel Salomon and Dana Adini, Patel And Ishin Halek with Tomer Sharon - these are just some of the productions and shows that will be staged at the "Sounds of Childhood" festival at the Holon Theater.
The festival will also have creative workshops, a comics workshop and free events.
Holon Theater, 11 Kogel St. Holon
Rishon LeZion Festival
The well-known festival will mark the 140th anniversary of Rishon LeZion and will feature dozens of leading artists and creators.
Among other things, a show will be held to mark 20 years of work for Shimon Buskila, where he will host guests and companions who were an important part of the musical stages of his life, including Shlomo Artzi, Marina Maximilian, Shiri Maimon and Kobi Apallo.
Idan Amadi will mark a decade of his activity;
Danny Sanderson will sign 55 years of creativity in a huge sunset show with celebratory guests: Gidi Gov, Aviv Gefen and Hadag Nahsh.
The following will also appear at the festival: Chava Elberstein, Ehud Banai, Harel Sekat hosting the singer Narkis, Yuval Dayan hosting Bar Tzbari and much more.
Rishon LeZion Culture Hall, Live Park, Gan Moshava, City Hall Square and Beit Ha'am Square
The museum in Be'er Sheva will present interactive and innovative experiences that include a variety of tasks, activities and attractions in the world of mystery, fantasy, wishes and imagination for the whole family.
The Children's Museum, Beer Sheva
The Chosen - The Israeli Wax Museum
The Israeli Wax Museum is getting underway after over three years of planning, production and development.
The museum, which will be displayed in the arena complex in Herzliya, will be called "The Chosen Ones" and will display fifty wax dolls of the best stars from the fields of music, food, sports, politics and television.
Every few months the dolls are expected to change.
Among others, the following figures will be presented in the museum: Anna Zak, Eyal Berkovic, Agam Bohbut, Eyal Kitsis, the late Ilan Ramon, Esi Bozaglu, Esi Yisraelof, Ben El Tabori, Ben Zini, Guy Pines, Dikala, Harel Sekat, Haim Cohen, Yuval Hambalel, Linoi Ashram, Maor Bozaglo, Mosh Ben Ari, Moshek Roth, Michal HaKtana, Miki Berkovic, Margie, Moshe Peretz, Statik, Nasrin, Stefan Leger, Semyon, Aden Ben Zaken, Aden Hasson, Eran Zahavi, Zion Baruch, Rita, Shahar Hasson, Shiri Maimon, Shalom Michaelshvili and more and more.
When? From October 7
Where? The Arena complex in Herzliya
Yuval the Confused (Photo: Yehats)
Eyal Berkovich (Photo: Yehats)
Osphizin Poetry Festival
The poetry festival dedicated to Chaim Guri returns with three days full of inspiration that will present different voices from world and Hebrew culture: tributes to Fernando Pessoa, Emily Dickinson, Charles Baudelaire, Joseph Brodsky, Sylvia Plath, Vladimir Vysotsky and Aminadav Dikman.
Confederation House, Jerusalem
Ein Kerem Festival
One of the oldest festivals in Jerusalem will take place every year in the picturesque and pastoral neighborhood of Ein Kerem.
The festival offers dozens of activities from a variety of interests and will take place entirely in the streets of the neighborhood, in houses and yards.
Three days in Sukkot with street performances, open houses, tours, music in the alleys, chamber music ensemble, lectures, literary meetings, food, culture, sales and craft stalls, world music, children's theater and more.
The closing event: the traditional Shabbat reception.
Around Ein Kerem neighborhood, Jerusalem
Abu Ghosh Festival
The festival will present concerts and quality music shows in various styles - classical, ethnic, chamber concerts, folk shows and Israeli classics, and all in the unique atmosphere of the festival accompanied by food and wine.
Last year the festival moved to the Yitzhak Rabin Center in Tel Aviv following the closure of Yarim Church in Abu Gush for renovations, where it will also be held this year.
In recent years the nature of the festival has changed to some extent.
If in the past the western classical music dominated the festival and the majority was with choirs, now about half of the festival consists of non-western classical music, world music through flamenco and even classic rock.
Among others, the following will perform at the festival: Yasmin Levy, Guy Mintos, the Limburg Wacapla from Belgium, Hortus Musicus with Anders Mostonen from Estonia, Liat Saba and the Galilee Ensemble, the violinist Roy Shiloh, the Rockberry Sisters, Daniela Skorka, the Barocada Orchestra, Jacks of Diamond, the Israeli Vocal Ensemble and more.
Yitzhak Rabin Center, Tel Aviv
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Thousands of stories, hundreds of participants, dozens of shows - and all this in ten days of exciting, funny and surprising stories.
Among the events: 100 years of Yitzhak Navon, 140 years of the rise of Yemenite Judaism, 120 years of KKL-Junk, 125 years of the First Zionist Congress, 100 years of Albert Einstein's visit to the Land of Israel, stories of policemen, stories of Jewish fighters from World War II and stories of spies. Among the participants in this year's festival: Police Commissioner Kobi Shabtai, former President Reuven (Ruby) Rivlin, Israel Prize winner Nurit Hirsch, Yehoram Gaon, Yehoshua Sobol, Gil Shochat, Miki Kam and much more.
guest of honor.
Saturn (Photo: Reuven Castro)
Zumo the threshold
On the holiday of Sukkot, the Municipality of Tel Aviv-Jaffa brings Zumo - the museum on the way - to Jaffa D.
The streets, courtyards and buildings of the most diverse neighborhood will host 40 original, community-based works by Israel's best artists.
Most of the works created especially for the beckoning Zumo Jaffa D will remain in the area even after the launch festival is over and will become an integral part of the landscape of the neighborhood which is on the brink of fundamental changes.
The entrance is free.
Jaffa D. neighborhood, Tel Aviv-Jaffa
The Acre International Alternative Theater Festival, which is celebrating its 43rd year, will include hundreds of participants who will put on about 60 theater performances, of which over 20 are original performances.
At the festival, there will be eight debut plays that will compete for the best show, six incubator shows, debut shows by promising creators at the beginning of their career, eight shows in a complex that gives new creators the opportunity to be exposed, four guest shows, and also free artistic shows that will start every evening from 5:00 p.m. .
As part of the festival, a tribute evening will be held for the late Yaakov Agmon, one of the pillars of Israeli culture who served as the artistic director of the festival in the nineties.
The event will be held in the presence of his widow, Israel Prize bride actress Gila Almagor Agmon, who will present the "Agmon Award" - a lifetime achievement award named after him.
wide of Acre
Corona X Zalul Save the Beach Exhibition
In an extensive beach cleaning operation conducted by the Corona Beer Company and the Clear Association with the help of many volunteers, this year large amounts of plastic waste were collected from the seashores in Israel.
The collected plastic will be used to build an extraordinary exhibition that will be placed in the Port of Tel Aviv, the purpose of which is: to raise awareness of the importance of protecting the sea and its shores from the pollution of plastic waste.
Hol HaMoed Sukkot
Tel Aviv port
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