Charitable Fund «Joint»

Chanukah for the whole family «Miracles around the world»

Chanukah for the whole family «Miracles around the world»


Ralf I.Goldman Nikitskaya JCC

 Invites to the Hanukah for the whole family

«Miracles around the world »



Location:  Central House of Writers, Bolshaya Nikitskaya st., 53

13th of December, 13.00


In the program of the holiday:


- optical illusions, lighting special effects

- luminescent coctails at the Alchemist’s Laboratory ;

- photo studio «Freezelight»;

- workshops on making extraordinary lamps and candles;

- flashmob on a LED floor;

- chocolate fondue with dreidel;

- miracles in a jug (science experiments with gins);

- interpretation of the holiday symbols in the theater of shadows;

- Hanukkah beauty salon;

- tricks, DJ Jirov;

- latest books from the publishing houses «KompasGid» «Samokat», «Clever»;

- gifts for all guests and traditional food.


            - musical fairy tale «Aladdin’s magic lamp»


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Ticket price: 1000-2000 rub. Book tickets by phone: (495) 787 45 60/67,

You can buy tickets at the booking office at JCC (+7 495 787 45 60/67) and  CHW (+7 495 691 63 16). You can buy tickets online on websites: ticketland and bigbilet


Description of the performance: An exciting musical fairy tale «Aladdin’s magic lamp» tells a story about a young boy from Baghdad  Aladdin who is seeking for happiness. But on the way to happiness there are always difficulties. On the Aladdin’s way there was a Jafar’s cave, where the cherished lamp was hidden. The lamp would help Aladdin in his fight for the happiness with the princess Budur. Though in Baghdad there was a law against marriage between rich and poor, in our story love is above all laws and overcomes all troubles! «Aladdin’s magic lamp» is a performance about friendship and mutual help, good and evil, desire for success and true love! Magnificent dance and bright music of the performance intertwine with the author’s text and create an impression of a real oriental city with its own customs, rules and traditions.

Director: Vladimir Maisuradze.