Things to do in Israel this week

Discover the very best things to do over the next seven days, from cultural events to live music and more
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Thought you’d sneak in a relaxing week? Well, think again. Israel’s got loads of culture-packed activities this week, and we’ve rounded up the best of the best. From new art exhibitions and restaurant openings, to the hottest musicians both visiting and local and secret speakeasies off the beaten path, you’ll be crawling to work come Sunday. See how many things to do in Israel over the next seven days you can check off your bucket list. After all, YOIO — “you only Israel once.”

What's on this week

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Things to do, Festivals

The Piano Festival

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Towards the end of October Tel Aviv will host the largest festival in the country, The 20th annual Piano Festival. 

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Things to do, Performances

The Foyer

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The Suzanne Dellal Center will be hosting performance of an “alternative immersive dance” experience. 

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Jethro Tull
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Music, Rock and indie

Jethro Tull

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Formed in Blackpool Lancashire, this blues rock/progressive rock group has evolved quite a bit since 1967. 

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Not By Bread Alone
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Theater

Not By Bread Alone

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Enter the unique and fascinating realm of the blind and deaf community, taking a step into the dynamics of their life. 

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Christian Boltanski
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Art, Contemporary art

Christian Boltanski

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How do we remember what we remember? Boltanski, a French artist most well-known for his photography installations and contemporary conceptual style, has been exploring mechanisms of memory through photography and commemorative objects since the 1970s.

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Oren Eliav: How to Disappear Completely
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Art, Painting

Oren Eliav: How to Disappear Completely

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Young Israeli painter, Oren Eliav, works with an intricate mixed media process to create his fascinating and novel oil painting technique. 

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