Last updated August 5th 2014

Originally posted in the awesome DIY Tel Aviv blog:


Your weekly dose of escapism is here! I’ll be adding more events here when I find them, so if you don’t see anything you like, do check on the day as something extra magical might appear in the meantime. :)

Tonight (Monday)

A screening of The Internet’s Own Boy at TAMI (Kibbutz Galuyot 45) at 20:00. Israeli premiere and you can enjoy the film in the company of local geeks, nerds, hackers and hacktivists. Screening itself is at 20:00. Get there earlier. Free.


The Secret Sea live at the Pasaz from 22:00. 30NIS. They sound like this.


Open air screening of works to do with heartbreak, outside the CCA from 20:00. What’s not to like? Full information on the Facebook event page.


Solidarity demo with asylum seekers. Habima Square at 20:00. Full info in English here. The situation here has been so vile, it’s easy to forget that this situation is also pretty vile.



DJ Bright Funk at the Bar Kayma vegan Bar. Funk, soul, groove. From 21:00. Free.


Interesting new art space opening and hosting the graduate show from Haifa University. Check out the full details here.


Screening of 2 Neil Young films in anticipation of his upcoming Israeli gig. It’s on the roof of BPM College and is free. Starts at 20:00 with a DJ session by Tomer Kariv, then at 21:00 the film Red Rocks and at 23:00 the film Le Noise.


Live punk at the Koro with Mad Choice, Kids insane, Efes Shalosh and Neat. From 21:30. 30NIS.


This fun event at the ArtPlus hotel, featuring art rooms and Grey Goose cocktails!


Record fair at Herzl 71 from 11:00-17:00. Free entry.


Political short film screenings at Rosa Luxemburg Foundation from 21:00. Check out the full information in English on the event page.