Last Saturday afternoon I did visit an afternoon-party at the Shampina Bar on Rothschild Boulevard 32. The place was crowded and swinging with the ‘to be seen folks’ of Tel Aviv. You will find the Shampina in the once Ben Nahum Hotel, the beautiful building with this special roof-top on the corner of Rothschild Boulevard and Allenby Street, designed in… Read more →
On June the 30th 2011 another Laila Lavan, ‘White Night’, will take place all over the city of Tel Aviv in celebration of the declaration by UNESCO (June 2003) that the inner-city of Tel Aviv will be a ‘World Heritage’ site. Like every year (all night) museums will be open (free of charge), there will be yoga lessons at the… Read more →
Tel Aviv has been named one of the top 10 hottest summer party spots for 2011 by ‘HotelsCombined.com’, a leading hotel price comparison search-engine. Tel Aviv ranked number nine on the list and is described as: “home to some of the hottest nightclubs in the Middle-East…”. Tel Aviv: Keep on Rocking!!!
The famous American contemporary ballet company Complexions will give three shows in the Tel Aviv Opera House (TAPAC). The company was founded in New York in 1994 by artistic director, choreographer Dwight Rhoden. The New York Times wrote a few month ago: “Dwight Rhoden’s choreography is like molten lava, flowing with staggering force…”. The three shows are taking place on… Read more →
Heymann Brothers will present two swinging events on Saturday, March 19th. (at 14:00 and 20:00) at the ‘Tmoona Theatre’ (Shonzino 8). They will screen ‘I Shot My Love’, directed by Tomer Heymann and there will be a dance performance by Andreas Merk. After the show, there will be a Q&A session with Andreas (English). Entrance: NIS 70 For more information:… Read more →
Tel Aviv Fever editor Ed Hofschreuder was asked to provide photo’s of Tel Aviv to illustrate an article about the Israel/Tel Aviv experience of Dutch Playboy Magazine editor Jan Heemskerk, chief editor Marcel Langedijk and friend Joel Fresco under the title: “Playboy’s Wild Weekends” It is a fun story with mixed feelings of the three, but the overall question, “Is Israel no fun?”… Read more →
‘The Project’, a contemporary dance repertoire of three choreographers: Jacopo Godani, Marco Goecke and Emanual Gat is coming to the Israeli Opera (TAPAC) on Tuesday, November 30th (21:00) and Friday, December 10th. (14:00). It will be an evening/afternoon of three choregraphers with three different dance styles.