- WE love a ball between tradition and modernity
- Age: for everyone
- When: Sunday March 8 from 3pm to 6pm
- Location: Museum of Jewish Art and History (Paris 3rd)
- Rate : Free
On the occasion of Purim, the MAHJ (Museum of Jewish Art and History) offers, as it does every year each year, its Purim Ball. It is a festive event open to all and free of charge. The children will be able to dress up and have their faces painted on the spot.
Celebrated every spring, Purim commemorates the rescue of the Jewish people by Queen Esther. Associated with joy, laughter, turnaround and miracle, the festival is accompanied by carnival rituals carnival rituals, costumes, theatrical performances and burlesque parades.
The Purim Ball is accompanied this year by the Kif Orkestra and the Klezmorimlekh, who combine tradition and modernity and offer a musical journey around the biblical story of the book of Esther.
From 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm, a make-up area will allow the most inspired to metamorphose in a stroke of the pen.
Take advantage of your visit to the MAHJ to see the very interesting exhibition on Adolfo Kaminsky. The exhibition traces the life of this genius forger who saved hundreds of lives. It's also free too!