You can breathe a sigh of relief because the weekend is finally here! But what to do with those glorious weekend days and the beautiful weekend nights? Have no fear, re:Jerusalem is here to guide you!
- April 26, 8 pm – Dangerflow at Muslala: The American band “Dangerflow” is performing a free concert at Binyan Clal; expect to see hip-hop and rock fused together against a backdrop of special effects that includes smokescreens.
- April 26, 8 pm –Gallery Talk “To Know a Forest: at Studio Mishelach: Inspired by a Haim Nahman Bialik poem and moderated by Dr. Avinoam Rosenak, featuring artists Batyah Rosenak and Jerusalem bookstore own Leor Holzer, among others, this evening brings together Jerusalem intelligentsia and Jerusalem artists for an inspiring evening.
- April 26, 8 pm – Anat Malamud Solo Performance at Nocturno: Come hear this talented pianist, singer, and songwriter, in a showcase of budding local talent.
- April 26, 8 pm – Shefita at the Yellow Submarine: Shefita’s creative works combine jazz, rock and Middle Eastern music for a truly amazing experience. If you’ve ever wanted to see a high-quality Mizrahi music version of Kurt Cobain songs, this is the concert for you.
- April 27, 10 am –Game with Assael Romanelli at Hansen House: Part of the Creative Mornings lecture series, this event brings therapist and director of the “Or Chozer” playback theater company to speak about creativity, drama, and the therapeutic process. There will be light snacks. Entrance is free of charge; advanced registration is highly recommended.
- April 27, 11 am – Porter Beer Launch at Hamiffal: In addition to tastings of Shapira’s new limited edition beer (which will be available for purchase), come enjoy the street art of the Brothers of Light, a Jerusalemite duo who skate and paint together -and yes, they are really brothers.
- April 27, Kabbalat Shabbat at Beit Avichai: This Kabbalat Shabbat-themed performance, in honor of Lag Ba’omer, will feature Rabbanit Hadassah Frohman.
- April 28, 5:30 pm – Shabati at San Simon (22 Shai Agnon Street): This event, part of a series of events that aims to bridge the secular-religious divide through Shomer Shabbat activities that can be enjoyed by secular and religious alike, invites poet Yonatan Berg to discuss “Poetry and Songs from Israel’s Birthing Room”. Newspapers, board games, and snacks will be available for those who would rather just chill. The event is open to the public, free of charge.
- April 28, 5 pm – Shabat Beyerushalayim at the Gerard Behar Center: This free walking tour of the Nahlaot and Shaarey Chessed neighborhoods, led by a local Jerusalemite, focuses on the area’s diversity. The tour is Shomer Shabbat respectful.
- April 28, 9:30 pm – Lili Frenkel and Regel Sabres at Hamazkeka: Come hear this talented duo in concert as they launch their new vinyl, “You Can See Fish”.
Have a great weekend!
(Header Photo by Moshe Milner Copyright © 2018 National Photo Collection)