Jerusalem Highlights: October 29 – November 4

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 – And Now, for Something Completely Different (1971) is a British comedy film comprised of various sketches by the now iconic Monty Python comedy company. As part of the Jerusalem Cinematheque’s Friday at Ten series, the public is invited to enjoy a tremendously fun movie at a tremendously low price of NIS 10 per ticket at 10pm.

Phone (02) 565-4333 for tickets.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 – Full Trunk is an Israeli blues-rock band that performs mainly in English. Come enjoy your cool tunes at 10pm at the Yellow Submarine (doors open at 9pm, just to stand up). 90 NIS per ticket. Due to COVID-19 health concerns, clients must be able to present a Green Pass before entering the club.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31 – Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg (played by actress Sophie Nozikov) is the center of attention in Greta, an original Hebrew production based on the life of the global icon of the fight against climate change (and, some would say, human extinction). . “It was very exciting for me because I am a fan of hers,” Nozikov told Jerusalem Highlights. “I think this is a very important story,” he added. Others have questioned whether a Swedish school girl is the right model for a problem that predominantly affects poor communities in economically disadvantaged parts of the world. Why not watch the show and make up your mind? As befits the theme, the accessories and decorations were made with recycled materials.

Greta 5 pm at the Jerusalem Theater NIS 99 by ticket, 20 David Marcus St. For details, call: (02) 560-5755

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1 – Do you live in French Hill? If so, why not give Efendi a try? A kosher Turkish restaurant offering a celebration of great food. From specialty skewers to thick steaks (they also offer fresh hummus and unique breads), this cozy and colorful restaurant offers a sensible dining option for a night out on the town.

Efendi 1 George Adam Smith St. (Corner of Haim Bar Lev St.) Phone (02) 585-446. Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Place:

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 – French cartoonist Honoré Daumier is the focus of the new exhibition Supreme Satirist Honoré Daumier and Paris of the 19th Century now at the Israeli Museum. Curator Efrat Aharon will meet audiences at 7pm to guide them through the works and complexities of French society at the time. On display until May 15, 2022, prints can be displayed for short periods only, those who repeatedly visit the exhibition will be rewarded with viewing more works from the museum’s collection as old ones will be removed and new ones added. .

The Israel Museum is open from 4 pm to 9 pm on Tuesdays. Prices range from NIS 54 (adult) per ticket to NIS 39 (student) and free (for people between 5 and 17 years old). The meeting point for the guided (and free) tour is the information desk. 11 Right Ruppin. Phone (02) 670-8811

Sports for the little ones: parents of children between two and four years old can enjoy an hour of sports with their little ones. Offered every Tuesday at 5 pm, the eight-session workshop is offered at NIS 80. A second sibling can also be registered for NIS 60.

6 Rakanti St, classes are run by Odelya Avrahami. For more information, call Yakira Kedushim at 054-675-1108

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 – The Natural Choice Bakery (111 Agrippas St.) launched a new special in conjunction with Tarshisha Bookstore (113 Agrippas St.). Anyone who buys a book can enjoy it with a hot cup of coffee when winter begins, for free. New books on the shelf include Jacques Ellul’s Anarchy and Christianity, Gord Hill’s The Antifa Comic Book, and Etgar Keret’s Suddenly a Knock On the Door.

Rebecca! Raise Your Spirit Theater’s Mother of Two Dynasties will perform at 8 pm (doors open at 7:30) at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center at 6 SA Nachon Street. This musical is the latest in a 20-year tradition of featuring original and colorful biblical musicals. This English program (with Hebrew subtitles) will offer a different perspective on the real dilemmas of biblical figures: arranged marriages, delayed motherhood, raising children of different personalities, and what it could mean for us today. The show is intended for a female audience only and viewers are asked to be considerate and not arrive with crying babies.

90 NIS per ticket. Phone: 052-883-8839 Email: [email protected] or Customers must wear a mask during the show and must present a Green Pass if requested.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4 – Call the Sea Horse Winery to arrange a tasting visit on Saturday (November 6), as this unique winemaker is once again open to all wine connoisseurs (and aspiring connoisseurs). Possible hours on Saturday are 11 a.m. M. At 3 p. M. And the cost is 50 NIS per person. Note that no food is offered, just excellent wine, a bit of discussion, and maybe a pretzel or two. Five different wines are offered for tasting and those who end up buying a bottle (or more) will not be required to pay the visiting fee. Sea Horse Winery is located in Bar Giora (the Judean Mountains, between Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh) tastings are also offered in English.

Throwing a good party? Open an art exhibition or a new bar? Will you bring a guest speaker to present a fascinating topic? Why not message me at [email protected] and let ‘In Jerusalem’ find out? Send emails with “Jerusalem Highlights” in the subject line. While all information is welcome, receiving such notifications is not a guarantee that they will appear in the column.

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