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Jerusalem Theatre

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4.4
based on 4,838 traveler reviews
Suitable for up to 980 participants
Total number of event spaces: 6
Largest room: 1,000
Total exhibition space: 1,450
Max. room height: 8.5m

The Jerusalem Theatre, Israel's largest center for art and culture, is located in the heart of the capital's Talbieh neighborhood, near the Presidential Residence. Established in 1971 at the initiative of Miles M and Gita Sherover and then Mayor Teddy Kollek, it was designed by architect Michael Nadler. Three additional halls, donated by the Chicago-based Crown Family with the support of the Jerusalem Foundation and the Jerusalem Municipality, opened in 1986. The Studio (Ulpan), hosting 250 was opened in 2006. The Theatre continues to renew and develop its facility and recently, in 2014, opened a new hall, for Micro Theatre.

Within the Theater's complex, there is a new and luxurious hotel with 73 rooms. 

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Venue Facilities & Amenities

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Air conditioned
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Wipe Board
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4.4
based on 4,838 traveler reviews
  • Olga Raitses
    Olga Raitses
    November 25, 2019

    Jerusalem culture club. Great location with a good public transportation. Always warm and cozy atmosphere. Ticket price depends on the show and usually it’s totally reasonable. Main hall of the theater presents an exhibit...

  • Dorothee Hildebrandt
    Dorothee Hildebrandt
    March 6, 2023

    I have been to the Sherover Hall of the Jerusalem Theatre. I had problems to find the bathroom, because the signs are missleading. Anyway, I give it 5* because of the light opera I have enjoyed. First more to the theater....

  • Reut Golinsky
    Reut Golinsky
    July 29, 2018

    One of the main cultural hubs of the city, this is the place where the philharmonic orchestra performs, you also have a cinema and various performances of visiting theaters. Inside you also have a nice coffee shop, changi...

  • Yael Kaner
    Yael Kaner
    January 27, 2023

    Clean bathrooms, excellent acoustics in the hall. The staff was super helpful. The Cafe could use real food.

  • Miriam Feyga Bunimovich
    Miriam Feyga Bunimovich
    February 24, 2020

    I have been to the Jerusalem Theater to visit a number of Mikro theater performances (it's an independent theater renting the premises from the Jerusalem Theater). Mikro theater has meaningful, exquisite and tasteful repe...