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Corpus meum | 3, 18 May – premiere | dance performance | 19:30
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Trans-European Debates on the European Parliament | 10 – 21 May | debates
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Orban and the Media Monopoly in Hungary | 11 May | 18:30 | lecture
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140 Years Since the Birth of Andrey Nikolov | 12-31 May | 10:00-19:00 | photo and video materials about the sculptor, memories of contemporaries
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Debuts on the Edge | 11:27 (or 33 Minutes to 12) | 17 May | 19:30 | theatre
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Reverse Angle: a Platform for New Short Bulgarian Cinema | 22 May | 19:30 | screenings, discussions
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N/TRY art doc space | Mothers | 21 May | 19:30 | verbatim theatre
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Next Stage Level festival | Tin Men and the Telephone | 29, 30 May | performance and workshop
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Corpus meum
3, 18 May – premiere | Thursday, Friday | 19:30 | dance performance | Red hall | tickets: 12/ 10 BGN
Corpus meum

3, 18 May – premiere | Thursday, Friday| 19:30 | dance performance | Red hall | Tickets: 12/ 10

A good death. Not a paradox, but humaneness. Freedom is a choice that has not been given to me. Could this body be called mine if I have no rights over it. Without the right to death, the right to life is a lie. Civilized silence ...

Idea and choreography: Marion Durova
Sound environment: Alexander Evtimov - Shamancheto
Performers: Tsveta Doycheva, Kalina Georgieva, Bratan Bratanov
Photos: Nina Kornlieva
Design: Polina Stoyanova
Video: Nina Kornlieva
Video montage: Evgenia Taneva.


With the financial support of the Ministry of Culture and with the assistance of Тhe Red House Centrе for Culture and Debate.

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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 Тhe 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:
Debuts on the Edge
The series Debuts on the Edge was established in 2005. It presents new and surprising projects that test the boundaries between different genres and are hard to stage in traditional cultural spaces
Debuts on the Edge presents:
No exit

Nomination for the actors for the Ikar theatre award in the Debut category

4, 9 May | Friday, Wednesday | 19:30 | theatre | Bg | 90 min | Red hall | Tickets: 12/10 BGN

No exit is a theatre adaptation of a play written by Jean-Paul Sartre – philosopher, writer and Nobel Prize winner. Three strangers are damned in Hell. Striving for salvation makes them face their own weaknesses and leads them to extremes. Hell is a place where life, character and existence are unthinkable unless we have a mirror to reflect us. The corrective is other people. No Exit is a provocation to reach for our goals and search ways to achieve them. The verdict is free choice. A choice we have no courage to make.

The performance is produced by Other Line Theatre.

Directing, adaptation and sound:
Darey Chavdarov
Stage and costume design:
Rositsa Grancharova
Technical management:
Peter Sapondzhiev
Translation:
Mariya Koeva
Cast:
Radoslav Vladimirov, Martina Krasteva, Nadya Keranova.
Photo by:
Tania Decheva
Duration:
90 min

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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.
Debuts on the Edge presents:
Constellations

13, 31 May | Sunday, Thursday | 19:30 | theatre | Red hall | 70 min | Bg | tickets: 12/ 10 BGN

A play in which the two main characters conjure up mind games and thus construct a world in which to experience a whole new universe of lives and to survive not just Life itself, but also Death. In this race with themselves, and also with time, the games crystallize as the most powerful form of living. After Love.

Constellation won the Evening Standard Theatre Award for 2012 for Best Drama. This is the first staging of the play in Bulgaria and the first independent production of the newly established Heliotrope Theatrical Association. The performance is a professional debut for the actors Nevena Nikolova and Vassil Mihailov.

Author: Nick Payne
Translator: Lina Tsvetanova and Vassil Mihailov
Staging: Yordan Slaveykov
Stage design and costumes: Juliana Voykova-Nieman
Music: Kalin Nikolov
Choreographer: Anna Miteva
Starring: Nevena Nikolova, Vassil Mihailov.

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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.
Debuts on the Edge presents:
11:27 (or 33 Min to 12)

17 May | Thursday | 19:30 | theatre experiment | 60 min | Bg | Red hall | tickets: 12/10 BGN

"Where am I? Are east, north, west and south directions or only ideas? Am I lost souls? Are we... am I... are you illusions doomed to an impossible return or a disconsolate stay here? Ingraining in, growing into ... Am I... are we... am I roots without a tree or wind without a compass? I build ghostly towers of dreary dreams... There is a me!" – "Who said this? "

The play is a theatrical experiment based on texts by Alexander Evgeniev, Elena Ivanova, Elitsa Yovcheva, Slavena Zaikova, Tsvetan Peychev.

Participants: Alexander Evgeniev, Elena Ivanova, Slavena Zaikova, Tsvetan Peychev
Director: Elitsa Yovcheva
Text editing: Elitsa Yovcheva
Stage architect: Alexandra Yotkovska
Costume designer: Alexandra Yotkovska
Photographer: Maria Tsvetkova
Poster authors: Maria Tsvetkova and Alexandra Yotkovska.

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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 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

4 June | Tuesday | theatre for children | 14:00 | Pesha Nikolova | Bg | 50 min | tickets: 6/4 BGN
Libertarium Citizen Association presents:
I Will Tell You a Story

8 May | Tuesday | theatre for children |14:00
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:
Y
asen 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 Red House presents:
Trans-European Debates on the European Parliament
The series offers debate on important European presented from a variety of perspectives – regional, national and trans-European
Trans-European Debates on the European Parliament presents:
EU-Turkey Relations and Human Rights
10 May | Thursday | 18:30 |debate | Red hall | free entrance

In February 2018, MEPs urged Turkey to lift the state of emergency and condemned the military offensive in Syria. The position came after a series of warnings of freezing and even ending membership talks. Despite calls that funding for Turkey be tied to improvements in human rights, the EU made its financial contribution to the refugee agreement. What is the place of human rights in EU-Turkey relations and to what extent are they becoming a trade-off?

With the participation of: students, Bulgarian experts, researchers and journalists.
With the special participation of: Svetoslav Malinov, Member of the European Parliament
Moderator: Irina Nedeva, Bulgarian National Radio.

More about the participants

Svetoslav Malinov
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Member of the European Parliament from the group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats) since 2009. In 2014 he joined the European Parliament with a preferential vote. He is a member of the Committee on Culture and Education, the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, the Committee on Petitions and the Delegation for Relations with the Arabian Peninsula. Malinov is a political scientist and a lecture in political science at Sofia University. He is one of the founders of the party Democrats for Strong Bulgaria and was a member of the National Assembly from 2005 to 2009.

Louisa Slavkova
is the Executive Director of the Sofia Platform. She was a political adviser to the interim Bulgarian minister of environment in 2013 and served as an adviser to the former minister of foreign affairs Nickolay Mladenov in the period 2010 – 2013. Prior to that, Louisa worked with the German Federal Agency for Civic Education.

Tayfur Hussein
is the deputy editor-in-chief of the online media obzornews.bg (in Bulgarian) and a member of the Association of European Journalists - Bulgaria (AEJ).

More about the project


TEDEP (Trans-European Debates on the European Parliament) is a Red House project in partnership with the Bulgarian Debate Association, the European Time to Talk debate network, the Belgian debating organization Deburen and the Serbian Centre for Cultural Decontamination. Important EU topics will be debated in a variety of contexts within the project, whic include a variety of perspectives - from regional youth debates to national and trans-European ones. The project is implemented with the support of the European Parliament (EP). The EP is not responsible for the theses, comments and opinions expressed during the events.
Trans-European Debates on the European Parliament presents:
Is Digital Democracy Possible?

21 May| Monday | 18:30 | debate | Bg | Pesha Nikolova | free entrance

The issue of fake news, new propaganda and information wars is at the centre of heated debates, scandals and attempts for institutional solutions. The Cambridge Analytica case and the sale of psychological profiles only deepened the growing concerns. What can institutions, media, online platforms, advertisers and consumers do to counteract the cultural and information wars?

With the participation of: Andrey Kovachev (MEP, European People's Party); Irina Nedeva (coordinator of the 20 national sections of the International Association of European Journalists on the strategy against fake news); Marin Lessenski, programme director of the European Policies and Civic Participation Programme and programme manager of EuPI – the European Policies Initiative of Open Society Institute –-Sofia; Dimitar Ganchev, co-founder of Internet Society – Bulgaria.

Moderator: Ilia Valkov, Sega newspaper.

More about the project

TEDEP (Trans-European Debates on the European Parliament) is a Red House project in partnership with the Bulgarian Debate Association, the European Time to Talk debate network, the Belgian debating organization Deburen and the Serbian Centre for Cultural Decontamination. Important EU topics will be debated in a variety of contexts within the project, whic include a variety of perspectives - from regional youth debates to national and trans-European ones. The project is implemented with the support of the European Parliament (EP). The EP is not responsible for the theses, comments and opinions expressed during the events.

National Debate Tournament on European Topics
20 May |Sunday |10:00-16:00 |debates | Red hall | free entrance

The Bulgarian Debate Association and The Red House, with the support of the European Parliament, are organizing a two-day student debate tournament in Sofia on European topics. The tournament final round, which starts on 20 May at 10:00, is open to the public.

More about the project
TEDEP (Trans-European Debates on the European Parliament) is a Red House project in partnership with the Bulgarian Debate Association, the European Time to Talk debate network, the Belgian debating organization Deburen and the Serbian Centre for Cultural Decontamination. Important EU topics will be debated in a variety of contexts within the project, whic include a variety of perspectives - from regional youth debates to national and trans-European ones. The project is implemented with the support of the European Parliament (EP). The EP is not responsible for the theses, comments and opinions expressed during the events.
The Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria presents:
Orban and the Media Monopoly in Hungary
11 May | Friday | 18:30 | lecture | Red hall | En | free entrance
The Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria presents:
Orban and the Media Monopoly in Hungary
11 May | Friday | lecture | 18:30 | Red hall | En | free entrance

The special guest of the event will be Dean Starkman, the American financial journalist who worked as an editor of the Paradise Papers and as a lecturer at the Central European University in Budapest.

Picture: European Parliament, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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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.
The Red House presents:
140 Years Since the Birth of Andrey Nikolov
12-31 May | photo and video materials about the sculptor, memories of contemporaries | 10:00 to 19:00 | Andrey Nikolov hall | Bg | free entrance
The Red House presents:
140 Years Since the Birth of Andrey Nikolov

12-31 May | photo and video materials about the sculptor, memories of contemporaries | from 10:00 to 19:00 | Andrey Nikolov hall | Bg | free entrance

Andrey Nikolov created a bridge between the European sculptural tradition in the spirit of Rodin and Bulgarian modern sculpture of the XXth century, which received recognition in Europe largely thanks to him. Among his most famous works are the lion in front of the Monument of the Unknown Soldier in Sofia, Torso, Spirit and Matter, Mother's Kiss, Mother's Breast, the portraits of Ivan Murkvichka, Alexander Balabanov, Stoyan Mihailovski, Kiril Hristov, and others. As a professor at the Academy of Arts in Sofia from 1931 to 1940, he managed to create his own school where he educated his followers in his exquisite style. Today the sculptor's home studio hosts The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate "Andrey Nikolov", which in the last 18 years established itself as the home of independent artists in Bulgaria and the place where the most important current social, political and cultural issues are freely discussed.
Elizabeth Kostova Foundation presents:
Translation Slam
12 May | Saturday | 19:00 | literature and translation | Red hall | Bg, En | free entrance
Elizabeth Kostova Foundation presents:
Translation Slam

12 May | Saturday | 19:00 | literature and translation | Red hall | Bg, En | free entrance

For more information, visit http://www.ekf.bg
Studio for Documentary Theatre Vox Populi and The Red House present:
N/TRY
A platform for documentary and socially engaged art
Studio for Documentary Theatre Vox Populi presents:
Mothers
21 May | Monday | 19:30 | verbatim theatre | Red hall | Bg | tickets: 15/10 BGN
Studio for Documentary Theatre Vox Populi presents:
Mothers

21 May | Monday | 19:30 | verbatim theatre | 75 min | Red hall | Bg | tickets: 15/10 BGN

Four established actresses, each of whom has recently become a mother, present the stories of other mothers, women who have experienced the mystery of giving birth, the great metamorphosis that is motherhood. In these stories we are looking for the authenticity, humour, awe and sublimity of the experience. But above all, "Mothers" is a verbatim performance in which four actresses convey the real life experience of other women. The means of verbatim theatre allow this experience to be truly represented so that spectators will have not only their dose of evening fun, but also a priceless empirical insight into this sublime advent of human life.

Director: Neda Sokolovska
Choreography: Nikolina Todorova
Set design: Denitza Argiropulos
Assistant-director: Vilma Kartalska
With the participation of: Nevena Kaludova, Mila Bancheva, Lina Zlateva, Nadezhda Panayotova.

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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 new Bulgarian short cinema
Reverse Angle presents:
Antigone

(The event has moved from 16 to 22 May for technical reasons.)

22 May | Tuesday | 19:30 | screening, discussion | Red hall | in Bulgarian, with English subtitles | free entrance

On 22 May Reverse Angle will show three films presented at the 2017 Golden Rose Festival and the 2018 Sofia Film Festival Jameson Awards – all of them variations on the theme of crime without punishment. The moderator of the subsequent discussion with the films' authors will be Elena Mosholova. The guest will be professor Petya Alexandrova, New Bulgarian University, film critic.


Antigone
(2017, 14 min; screenwriter and director: Martin Dangov; starring: Miroslava Gogovska, Ivan Terziev)

When Stanka's father passes away, the poor seamstress doesn't have the money for the funeral. She turns to the institutions for help, but they refuse to cooperate. With her back against the wall, Stanka makes a surprising decision on how to deal with the situation.

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. Reverse Angle is sponsored by Sofia Municipality's Culture Programme.

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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.
Reverse Angle presents:
Domino Effect
(The event has moved from 16 to 22 May for technical reasons.)

22 May | Tuesday | after Antigone | screening, discussion | Red hall | in Bulgarian, with English subtitles | free entrance

On 22 May Reverse Angle will show three films presented at the 2017 Golden Rose Festival and the 2018 Sofia Film Festival Jameson Awards – all of them variations on the theme of crime without punishment. The moderator of the subsequent discussion with the films' authors will be Elena Mosholova. The guest will be professor Petya Alexandrova, New Bulgarian University, film critic.

Domino Effect

(2016, 14 min; screenwriter and director: Yana Lekarska; starring: Yuliana Saiska, Simeon Galabov, Yanko Lozanov, Nikolay Todorov.)

Every couple fights. But tonight's fight will change their lives forever. And she will choose a path of no return.

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. Reverse Angle is sponsored by Sofia Municipality's Culture Programme.

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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.
Reverse Angle presents
Robbery

(The event has moved from 16 to 22 May for technical reasons.)

22 May | Tuesday | after Domino Effect | screening, discussion | Red hall | in Bulgarian, with English subtitles | free entrance

On 22 May Reverse Angle will show three films presented at the 2017 Golden Rose Festival and the 2018 Sofia Film Festival Jameson Awards – all of them variations on the theme of crime without punishment. The moderator of the subsequent discussion with the films' authors will be Elena Mosholova. The guest will be professor Petya Alexandrova, New Bulgarian University, film critic.


Robbery
(2017, 27 min; screenwriter and director: Maria Nikolova; starring: Vasil Banov, Martina Peneva, Alexander Uzunov.)

Sofia at night, a quiet neighbourhood, an old house. A young man and his pregnant girlfriend are committing a robbery. Things get out of control when it turns out there is somebody in the house. Are the valuable paintings the only reason they are robbing precisely this house?

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. Reverse Angle is sponsored by Sofia Municipality's Culture Programme.

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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.
The Bulgarian Academy of Photography "Yanka Kyurkchieva" and FotoEvidence present:
The Month of Photography
May - June 2018 | festival
The Month of Photography presents:
A Light Inside

photo exhibition by Danielle Villasana
28 May, 18:00 – opening, presenting the author and talking with her | Red hall
29 May – 8 June – every working day from 10:00 to 19:00 | Nameless and Gulliver halls
Free entrance

A Light Inside is an ongoing documentary project by photojournalist Danielle Villasana who is a finalist for the Fotoevidence Book Award with World Press Photo. Villasana explores the life-threatening challenges trans women face throughout Latin America. Most trans women in Latin America die or are murdered before they reach 35. Latin America leads the world in homicides of transgender people (80% of global trans homicides occur in the region) and HIV prevalence among trans women is nearly 50 times higher than it is worldwide.

The exhibition is part of the programme of the ninth edition of The Month of Photography
The Red House presents:
Open University | Science, Art and Technologies
The Open University is a series of lectures and discussions for everyone interested in expanding their knowledge of the contemporary world. Its fifth theme explores the connections between science, art and technologies and is organized in cooperation with the Arts and Science Research Foundation Re:
The Open University presents:
Technologies and the Fear of Dehumanizing Art

28 May | Monday | 19:00 | a lecture by theatre director Yavor Gardev | bg | Red hall | tickets: 5 BGN

The lecture of Yavor Gardev is the fifth event of the fifth Open University series, which explores the relationship between science, art and technologies. The event is organized by the Arts and Science Research Foundation Re:. In his lecture, Gurdev will present some of his creative projects in the field of theatre from the last three decades, in particular the use of mechanical, electrical, optical and digital technologies and approaches in his projects and the prejudices, fears and mythologies accompanying such attempts.

More about the lecturer

Yavor Gardev is a director and a visionary. "The search for meaning is my real vocation", he says. In the last 20 years, he has been one of the best theatre directors in Bulgaria. Gardev graduated from the National School of Ancient Languages and Cultures, received a philosophy degree at Sofia University and a theatre directing degree at the National Theatre and Film Academy in the experimental classes of Prof. Margarita Mladenova and Ivan Dobchev. He is the recipient of the national theatrical awards "Ikar" and "Askeer", a prize from the Bulgarian Ministry of Education, the Zlaten Vek (Golden Age) Award of the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture for his contribution to Bulgarian culture and art, the Zlatno Pero (Golden Feather) Award of Classic FM Radio, a medal from the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism,, and more. His film noir "Dzift" took part in fifty-four prestigious film festivals in Europe, America, Asia and Australia and received fourteen awards. He is a member of the European Film Academy, an actor, a playwright, a teacher, the author of video, radio and conceptual projects. He stages theatre virtually everywhere – in theatres, on the roofs of theatres, in wine cellars... He has staged performances in Turkey, directed theatre co-productions with France, Germany and the Netherlands. He also stages performances in the world theatre capitals Moscow and St. Petersburg. For more information: www.javorgardev.com, www.youtube.com/user/javorgardev d

More about the Open University
The Red House's Open University was launched in 2016. It is a series of open lectures and discussions for all those who want to expand their knowledge of the modern world and who think sharing knowledge is an exciting experience. Among its topics so far have been the emerging, new cultures, education in the age of technologies, contemporary literature and the ethical questions surrounding technoscience.

More about the Arts and Science Research Foundation Re:
The lecture is organized by the Re: Foundation as part of a series of public lectures and discussions devoted to the relationship between science, art and technologies, which are given by renowned Bulgarian and foreign professionals. You can read more about the foundation here: http://www.refoundation.net/

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The online ticket ale 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 Bulgarian Debate Association presents:
Should the European Union Pay Third Countries to Accommodate Refugees?
29 May | Tuesday | 19:00 | debate | Pesha Nikolova | Bg | free entrance
Асоциация „Дебати“ – България представя:
Should the European Union Pay Third Countries to Accommodate Refugees?

29 May | Tuesday | 19:00 | debate | Pesha Nikolova | Bg | free entrance

Many refugees are taking a dangerous route across the Mediterranean to reach Europe, landing in Italy, Greece, Spain and Cyprus. Alarmed by the number of victims of human trafficking and the pressure on its southern member states, the European Union is attempting to end this dangerous practice by offering financial support to the governments of Turkey, Libya and Egypt for building refugee camps and protecting their sea borders. Is this a policy that saves lives or is it one that finances oppressive regimes? Is there an alternative solution to the refugee crisis?

With the participation of students and experts.


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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.
The Red House presents:
Next Stage Level
26 March–30 May | festival


Next Stage Level presents five shows that use proactive or highly technological ways of including the audience in the process of their creation. Visitors will be able to participate in discussions and professional meetings between Bulgarian and visiting artists from Lithuania and the Netherlands and discuss the use of new media and technologies in the arts.
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