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The Mourning Diary – premiere | 2 November | Friday | 19:30 and 20:30 | theatre | bg
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The American Media | 5 November | Monday | 19:00 | lecture | en, bg translation | free entrance
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Debuts on the Edge | High up There | 7 November | Wednesday | 19:30 | theatre
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Life is a Dream - PREMIERE | 17, 18 November | Saturday, Sunday | 19:30 | theatre | tickets: 12/10 BGN
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The Colours of India | 26, 27 November | Monday, Tuesday | 19:00 | dance performance
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Other Line Theatre presents:
The Mourning Diary – premiere
2 November | Friday | 19:30 and 20:30 | theatre | bg
Other Line Theatre presents:
The Mourning Diary – premiere

2 November | Friday | 19:30 and 20:30 | theatre | bg

after Roland Barthes

"The Mourning Diary" is an attempt at empathy. Seeking to answer the question to what extent we can experience the pain of others and whether we can feel something outside of ourselves at all, the team creates a situation of approaching the gestures of grief. This is an attempt to break the banality and sentiment of pain and see what stands behind it.

Roland Barthes (1915-1980) is a French thinker, a semiologist and philosopher. Among his most important books are "The Preparation of the Novel", "The Fashion System", "Mythologies", "Writing Degreee Zero" and others. "The Mourning Diary" is an unfinished manuscript.

The performance was realized with the kind assistance of the publishing house AGATA-A.

Participants: Martina Krasteva and Viktor Ganchev
Stage designer: Ketty Marinova
Musical arrangement: Lyubomir Minchev, Georgi Atanasov - Minstrell and Ketty Marinova
Directed by: Stefan Prochorov.


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You can buy tickets at the Red House desk at 15 L. Karavelov Str., Sofia 1142.

Reservations: You can book a seat at 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 and by e-mailing [email protected] Reservations are valid up to 15 minutes before the start of the event.
The US Embassy presents:
The American Media
5 November | Monday | 19:00 | lecture | en, bg translation | free entrance
The US Embassy presents:
The American Media
(An Inside Look at How the News Is Gathered, Produced and Reported in America, and How You Can Be Part of the Worldwide Journalism Revolution)

5 November | Monday | 19:00 | lecture by Ed Kemmick | en, bg translation | free entrance

Ed Kemmick worked as a reporter, editor, columnist and online newspaper publisher for almost forty years in Minnesota and Montana. He began his career as a bureau correspondent for the (Butte) Montana Standard, worked at the same paper as an editor, and then went back to his home state of Minnesota to work for five years as the editor of two newspapers, one a monthly publication and the other a twice-monthly. In 1989, he moved back to Montana to work for the Billings Gazette, the largest daily newspaper in the state, where he was an editor for seven years before going back to reporting in 1996. In addition to his work as a reporter, he was also the newspaper's general-news columnist as well as its first blogger. He left that newspaper late in 2013 to found Last Best News, an online newspaper. Though other people contributed content to the site, Kemmick did most of the reporting and photography for Last Best News, while also writing a weekly column, editing and laying out stories, selling advertising and keeping the books. Last Best News was the focus of several articles in the Columbia Journalism Review and it broke stories that were carried by newspapers across the United States. Kemmick ceased publication of Last Best News and retired on July 1, 2018.

Kemmick is the author of "The Big Sky, By and By", a collection of his newspaper work. He and his wife, Lisa, have three children and two grandchildren.

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Reservations: you can reserve a seat every working day by calling 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 or e-mailing [email protected]. Reservations are held up to 15 minutes before the event.
Debuts on the Edge presents:
High up There
7 November | Wednesday | 19:30 | Red hall | bg | 60 min |
tickets: 12/10 BGN
Debuts on the Edge presents:
High up There

7 November | Wednesday | 19:30 | Red hall | bg | 60 min | tickets: 12/10 BGN

The performance is based on texts by and the biography of Russian poet Anna Akhmatova. It was create to mark the 50th anniversary of her death (in 2016).

We, who stand on the thin top of the present and look toward the past called The Silver Century - the Revolution - the Terror - the Great War - millions of victims - understand all of this as a crazy fantasy. Everything that is remote in time looks unrealistic in the midst of our comfortable, rich life. They asked Anna Akhmatova if she could describe all this and she replied, "Yes, I can!"

Idea: Katerina Kancheva and Krum Yankov
Directed by: Krum Yankov
Visual environment: Momchil Alexiev
With the participation of: Katelina Kancheva, Silvia Stanoeva, Galina Borissova
Music: Arthur Lourrie - Concerto Spirituale.

The performance is realized with the support of the National Culture Fund.

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The online ticket sale ends 3 hours before the event. Tickets are sold until the start of the event every working day between 9:00 and 21:00 at the Red House desk at 15 L. Karavelov Str., Sofia 1142.

Reservations: you can reserve a seat every working day by calling 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 or e-mailing [email protected]. Reservations are held up to 15 minutes before the event.
The Red House presents:
Reverse Angle presents four short movies for kids and with kids
8 November | Thursday | 19:30 | screening and discussion | Red hall | bg, en subtitles | free entrance
The Red House presents:
Reverse Angle presents four short movies for kids and with kids

8 November | Thursday | 19:30 | screening and discussion | Red hall | bg, en subtitles | free entrance

In the 5th edition of the plafform for new Bulgarian short movies "Reverse Angle", we will show four films with children's participation and aimed at children's audience. The films are "Baba" (animation) and the features " The Bracelet", "Lets play" and "9 + 1". Elena Moshovova - producer, will host the event and the guest will be Juliana Saiska - artist and psychodrama therapist.

Here is more about the movies:

Grandmother
(Bulgaria, 2017, 6 min 13 sec, animation, debut, screenwriter and director: Rosa Kolchagova, cinematographer and animator: Dimitar Dimitrov, composer: Samuel Pokro, production: Metamorphosis -H EOOD - Nelly Gasharova. Russian Film Festival 2017 - animated film, Tofuzi AFF - Best Music Award.)

House, grandmother ... somewhere far out in the countryside. A movie about the little things, a movie about the people we love.

The bracelet
(Bulgaria, 2013, 4 min 33 sec, screenwriter, director and producer: Ilina Peryanova, operator: Mihail Novakov, with the participation of: Kristina Petrova, Desislava Mincheva, Yana Gencheva, producer: Ilina Peryanova)

Two schoolgirls start a battle for a cheap plastic bracelet.

Let's play
(Bulgaria, 2015, 9 min, screenplay: Ilina Peryanova, Katarina Rebane, director: Ilina Peryanova, operator: Emils Scrivelis, with the participation of Timur Danilov, Gabriela Cetvejagate, Rostislav Popov, Alexander Soupin, producer: Baltic Film and Media School - Estonia)

Some games should not be played.

9 + 1
(Bulgaria, 2018, 6 min 19 sec, debut, script: Daniel Simeonov, Christian Hristov, director: Daniel Simeonov, operator: Milena Stoikova, with the participation of Alberto Hristov, Vanessa Dacheva, Letyzia Atanasova, Melinda Mincheva, Nikoleta Grozeva , Preslava Julianova, Radosveta Parashkevova, Alexandra Vassileva, Miroslav Iskrenov, Christian Hristov, production: Arte urbana collective - Vasilena Badjarova, co-production: Turandot, Studio Torrex, co-producer: Milena Stoykova)

The end of the world. All people have disappeared except for a few children who have survived and are hiding in the woods. They create a new world in their camp - with their own rules and laws. They are nine, but soon realize they are not alone.


More about "Reverse Angle"
Reverse Angle has existed since 2016. Its aim is to give the authors of Bulgarian short films another opportunity to meet with a variety of audiences and cinema professionals to discuss their work and get feedback.

The platform is supported by the Culture Program in Sofia and will run until the end of November 2018. More than 40 films have been shown by the platform so far.

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Reservations: You can book a seat at 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 and at [email protected] Reservations are held up to 15 minutes before the start of the event.
Other Line Theatre presents:
The Mourning Diary
16 November | Friday | 19:30 and 20:30 | theatre | bg | tickets: 12/10 BGN
Other Line Theatre presents:
The Mourning Diary

16 November | Friday | 19:30 and 20:30 | theatre | bg

after Roland Barthes

"The Mourning Diary" is an attempt at empathy. Seeking to answer the question to what extent we can experience the pain of others and whether we can feel something outside of ourselves at all, the team creates a situation of approaching the gestures of grief. This is an attempt to break the banality and sentiment of pain and see what stands behind it.

Roland Barthes (1915-1980) is a French thinker, a semiologist and philosopher. Among his most important books are "The Preparation of the Novel", "The Fashion System", "Mythologies", "Writing Degreee Zero" and others. "The Mourning Diary" is an unfinished manuscript.

The performance was realized with the kind assistance of the publishing house AGATA-A.

Participants: Martina Krasteva and Viktor Ganchev
Stage designer: Ketty Marinova
Musical arrangement: Lyubomir Minchev, Georgi Atanasov - Minstrell and Ketty Marinova
Directed by: Stefan Prochorov.


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The online sale ends 3 hours before the event. Tickets are sold until the start of the event every working day between 9:00 and 21:00 at the Red House desk at 15 L. Karavelov Str., Sofia 1142.

Reservations: You can book a seat at 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 and by e-mailing [email protected] Reservations are valid up to 15 minutes before the start of the event.
SONG Theater, The Red House and Debuts on the Edge present:
Life is a Dream - an anti-utopian horror fairy tale on the eponymous play by Pedro Calderón de la Barca – PREMIERE
17, 18 November | Saturday, Sunday | 19:30 | Red hall | bg | tickets: 12/10 BGN
SONG Theater, The Red House and Debuts on the Edge present:
Life is a Dream
17, 18 November | Saturday, Sunday | 19:30 | Red hall | bg | tickets: 12/10 BGN

The performance is based on the play Life is a Dream by Spanish dramatist, poet and writer Pedro Calderón de la Barca .

Planet Earth. Europe. Poland. The year - does not matter. An abandoned child dreams of being a prince. A prince dreams he is an abandoned child.

"What is life? Rambling and dreaming. What is life? Illusion, oblivion. Deceptive shadow. Sad glory. In vain are riches, honor. Because the whole life is a dream. And dreams - dreams remain. "



Performance Debut by SONG Theater
Directed and adapted by: Dina Markova
Visual environment and costumes: Boyan Arsov
Choreography and plastic arts: Boyan Arsov
With the participation of: Boyan Arsov, Vyara Kolarova, Konstantin Ikonomov, Martina Krasteva / Ralitsa Petrova, Pavel Emilov, Ventsislav Sariev, Kaloyan Katincharov, Irina Parvanova - harp


The premiere on 17 November will be performed during Theaters Night 2018

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The online ticket sale ends 3 hours before the event. Tickets are sold until the start of the event every working day between 9:00 and 21:00 at the Red House desk at 15 L. Karavelov Str., Sofia 1142.

Reservations: you can reserve a seat every working day by calling 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 or e-mailing [email protected]. Reservations are held up to 15 minutes before the event.
The Red House presents:
Reverse Angle – a Platform for Short Movies
20 November | Tuesday | 19:00 | screening and discussion | Red hall | bg, en subtitles | free entrance
Reverse Angle | Happy Birthday Mom
Bulgaria, 2011, 15 min
Reverse Angle | Heart of Lead
Bulgaria, 2014, 21 min
Reverse Angle | Whole
Bulgaria, 2018, 20 min
The Red House presents:
Reverse Angle – a platform for short movies


20 November | Tuesdday | 19:00 | screening and discussion | Red hall | bg, en subtitles | free entrance

In the sixth autumn edition of the plafform for new Bulgarian short movies "Reverse Angle", we will show three films from the director Slava Doytcheva - two student movies from The London Film School - "Happy Birthday Mom" and "Heart of Lead" and also her new short film "Whole", awarded with Golden Rose 2018 - Special Jury Prize. After the screening, we invite you to a conversation with the director.

Here is more about the movies:

Happy Birthday Mom
(Bulgaria, 2011, 15 min, 35 mm, screenwriter and director: Slava Doytcheva, London Film School, Great Britain, Awards: Early Bird'12 - Direction Award)

Ela very much strives for her mother's birthday to go perfectly, but she is constantly facing a big obstacle - her grandmother.

Heart of Lead
(Bulgaria, 2014, 21 min, screenwriter and director: Slava Doytcheva, with the participation of Angella Nedialkova, London Film School, UK; Awards and Festivals: Early Bird'14 - Best Bulgarian Film Award, Fresh Film Fest, Prague '14 - Special Jury Prize, In the Palace '14 - Euroshorts Award, London Short Film Festival - Nominated for Best Student film, Sarajevo FF - Racing program, Locarno FF - Special screening)

An old mysterious ritual. Empty night train. Endless beach on the edge of the ocean. And a girl fighting her fears.

Whole
(Bulgaria, 2018, 20 min; Writer/Director: Slava Doytcheva; Producer: Ralitza Petrova; Cast: Slava Doytcheva, Martina Apostolova, Silva Milkovska; Awards and Festivals: Berlinale Short Film Station'16, Golden Rose 2018 - Special Jury Prize)

A wedding. A girl. A closet. And the choice to be made once and for all - against the current or against herself.


More about "Reverse Angle"
Reverse Angle has existed since 2016. Its aim is to give the authors of Bulgarian short films another opportunity to meet with a variety of audiences and cinema professionals to discuss their work and get feedback.

The platform is supported by the Culture Program in Sofia.

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Reservations: You can book a seat at 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 and at [email protected] Reservations are held up to 15 minutes before the start of the event.
HaHaHa ImPro Theatre presents:
Аvant-Garde
21 November | Wednesday | 19:30 | comedy show | Red hall | in Gibberish | 70 min | tickets: 15 BGN
HaHaHa ImPro Theatre presents:
Avant-Garde

21 November | Wednesday | 19:30 | comedy show | Red hall | in Gibberish | 70 min | tickets: 15 BGN

Avant-Garde is a physical comedy show on the universal theme of war and struggle. Two brothers and their two best friends are enrolled in the armed services and sent on a mission to locate and identify the enemy. Their diverse adventures force them to face themselves and each other. What are they fighting for? And whose war is it anyway?

The show is suitable for all languages and ages.

Produced by: HaHaHa Impro Theatre
Created by: Vasil Bovyanski, Jivko Jouranov, Alexander Mitrev, Ivaylo Rogozinov, after an original idea by Caspar Schjelbred
Director: Caspar Schjelbred
Actors: Vassil Bovyanski, Jivko Jouranov, Alexander Mitrev, Ivaylo Rogozinov
Costume design: Zlatka Vacheva

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The online sale ends 3 hours before the event. Tickets are sold until the start of the event every working day between 9:00 and 21:00 at the Red House desk at 15 L. Karavelov Str., Sofia 1142.

Reservations:
You can book a seat at 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 and by e-mailing [email protected]. Reservations are held up to 15 minutes before the start of the event.
Libertarium Citizen Association presents:
I Will Tell You a Story

23 November | Friday | theatre for children | 16:00 | Pesha Nikolova | Bg | 50 min | tickets: 6/4 BGN
Libertarium Citizen Association presents:
I Will Tell You a Story

23 November | Friday | theatre for children |16:00 | 50 min | Pesha Nikolova | Bg | tickets: 6/4 BGN

A show for children based on children's texts (suitable for ages over 6). The show is based on five fairy tales, each with a different perspective on the topic of diversity. The actors are seeking entrance to their own past childhood. Will the fairy tale worlds of children's imagination survive the pressure of growing up?

Based on the fairy tales of: Lubomira Dimitrova, Albena Veleva, Kristian Teodosiev, Kiril Dimov and Victor Dzhakov.

Cast:
Denitza Datinova, Yana Bobeva, Boyan Arsov and Zhivko Simeonov
Dramaturgy:
Yasen Vasilev
Visual environment and costumes:
Karolina Dalkalucheva
Musical arrangement:
Kristian Sugarev
Staging:
Teya Sugareva

This project is implemented with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture and the Culture Programme of Sofia Municipality for 2017.

The online ticket sale ends 3 hours before the event.
Tickets are sold until the start of the event every working day between 9:00 and 21:00 at the Red House desk at 15 L. Karavelov Str., Sofia 1142.

Reservations:
you can reserve a seat every working day by calling 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 or e-mailing [email protected]. Reservations are held up to 15 minutes before the event.
The Colours of India - Dance Performance
26, 27 November | Monday, Tuesday | 19:00 | dance performance | Red Hall | tickets: 12/ 10 BGN
The Colours of India - Dance Performance
The Colours of India - Dance Performance
The Colours of India - Dance Performance
The Colours of India - Dance Performance

26, 27 November | Monday, Tuesday | 19:00 | dance performance | Red Hall | tickets: 12/10 BGN

A new vision with various styles of music and costumes that only India can offer. We will present the styles:

- Bharatanatyam: a classical dance form South India
- Kathak: a classical dance form Northern India
- Folk dances from the state of Maharashtra
- Ghoomar: a folk dance from Radjasthan
- Live music: tabla drums and violin.

With the participation of: Nivedita Badve, Victoria Marincheva, Katia Tosheva, Rosen Genkov, Maria Hristova, Lilia Dimitrova.


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The online sale ends 3 hours before the show. Tickets are sold until the start of the performance at the Red House desk at 15 L. Karavelov Str., Sofia 1142.

10 lv - Presale
12 lv - Doors

Reservations: You can book a seat at 02/988 8188, 0885 828 532 and by e-mailing [email protected] Reservations are valid up to 15 minutes before the start of the event.
What stone has to say
26 November – 7 December | exhibition | Gulliver Hall | artist: Victoria Marincheva | free entrance
What stone has to say

26 November – 7 December | exhibition| Gulliver Hall |artist: Victoria Marincheva | free entrance

Divine places from Maharashtra state, India

The exhibition introduces the viewer into the aesthetic worldview of Hinduism with its variety of cult forms and imaginary spaces. This is a maze of beliefs, myths and epics where you will want to be lost. What you can except is a bright orange feel of sindoor and a scent of prayer sticks. What does the stone have to say?

The ALOS Centre for Informal Education and Cultural Activities:
Happy Beckett
29 November | Thursday | 19:30 | theatre | Pesha Nikolova | Bg | 100 min | Tickets: 15/12 BGN
The ALOS Centre for Informal Education and Cultural Activities presents:
Happy Beckett
29 November | Thursday | 19:30 | theatre | Pesha Nikolova | 100 min | Tickets: 15/12 BGN

An interactive theatre performance inspired by the structure and imagery of Samuel Beckett's play "Happy Days". Instead of the original text of the play, the play will be based on texts of the audience on that particular evening. Each performance will have its own dramatic language, but the structure will always remain the same.

The aim is to achieve the arrangement of a multicoloured mandala to be scattered by the wind at the end. The active prior participation of the audience is necessary for this format to work. To become a playwright of the show, each of the 25 viewers of "Happy Beckett" must visit the site happybeckett.com, choose a date, complete a poll, and only then buy a ticket.

Idea and directing: Marij Rosen
Dramaturgy: Mariy Rosen and Anna Valchanova
Stage design and costumes: Petya Boyukova
Music: Konstantin Tymoshenko
Starring: Anna Valchanova, Mariy Rosen, Petya Boyukova, Konstantin Tymoshenko

The project was implemented with the support of Sofia Municipality's 2017 Culture Programme.
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