Last updated August 5th 2014

Originally posted in the awesome DIY Tel Aviv blog:

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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.

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

Tuesday

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.

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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.

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Wednesday

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

Thursday

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

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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.

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

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

Friday

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

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