A unique nonprofit organisation set in a renovated shipping hangar, Nalaga’at (meaning ‘Do Touch’) is the only deaf-blind theatre company in the world. While watching a show here, it’s easy to forget that the people…
Local bands, many up-and-coming, have been playing this teensy venue for years. Check its Twitter feed for details.
As the great Herbie Hancock said: 'It's not exclusive, but inclusive, which is the whole spirit of jazz'. Tel Aviv's major live jazz venue shares his sentiment and welcomes a disparate crowd to its almost nightly gi…
Hosts first-rate theatre performances in Hebrew, on some nights with simultaneous English translation or English-language surtitles.
Home to Israel’s national theatre company, Habima stages weekly performances. Most have simultaneous subtitles in English.
Stages a variety of performing arts including dance, music and ballet, and is home to the world-famous Bat Sheva dance company.
This 'progressive' club-theatre, founded by the far-left HaShomer HaTzair youth movement, has pop and folk Israeli music, as well as Hebrew-language theatre and comedy.
Home to the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Charles Bronfman Auditorium hosts performances several times a week.
Local and international music luminaries play at this intimate club, situated 8km northeast of central Tel Aviv, so it's best accessed by car or taxi. Call or look out for listings to find out who’s on while you’re …
Named in honour of Polish-born Brazilian pianist Felicja Blumental, this regal but intimate 115-seat auditorium hosts classical, jazz and chamber music concerts.