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Regular tickets

September 20 (Friday)

20:00 – 21:00

10, 20, 30 or 40 BGN

Belgian company Peeping Tom returns to Plovdiv with an overwhelming portrait of those very first years when personalities are being formed. The show reflects on behavioral patterns, science, and personal experiences to zoom in on the internal and external world of children.

For viewers over the age of 18.

September 21 (Saturday)

20:00 – 21:00

10, 20, 30 or 40 BGN

Belgian company Peeping Tom returns to Plovdiv with an overwhelming portrait of those very first years when personalities are being formed. The show reflects on behavioral patterns, science, and personal experiences to zoom in on the internal and external world of children.

For viewers over the age of 18.

September 22 (Sunday)

19:00 – 20:00

15 BGN

Indonesian choreographer Rianto creates and inhabits a space where binary opposites merge – a space between manhood and womanhood, between customs and religious principles, between conscious control and trance.

September 27 (Friday)

20:00

15 BGN

Like puzzle parts, memories try to bring back personal stories and what Syria used to be. Two men – director and author Wael Ali and video maker Jamal – undergo travel in time way back to the colonial archive to catch this same territory at the moment of its evolution towards a state.

September 28 (Saturday)

20:00 – 21:00

10, 15 BGN

Choreographer Kaori Ito invites her father Hiroshi Ito onstage to rediscover one of the strongest family relationships. To melt the distance of thousands of kilometers and cultural influences that make love to appear more subtle.

September 29 (Sunday)

19:00 – 20:00

15, 20 BGN

A classic comes from Hungary renewed, with clear movement techniques and distinct theatrical scenery. Choreographer Tames Juronics places an invisible mirror on the stage to reflect our emotions and help us understand ourselves.

October 3 (Thursday)

19:00 & 20:30

15 BGN

FreeSteps is a ten-years-project initiated by SU Wei-Chia since 2013. The project is aiming to explore the most primitive status of dance and to re-explore the possibilities of dancing. The proposition in FreeSteps, is how choreography can be simply and persistently about the body, especially in today’s world.

KOKORO: Italian choreographer Luna Cenere reveals the ‘inner self’, or “kokoro” as Japanese people say. Her solo refers to the collective consciousness and to unconscious luggage of judgmental statements, with the aim of question them. Using a unique dance vocabulary, she unveils how definitions of reality seem to float in a vacuum.


SOMA / Martin Talaga (The Czech Republic)

NiNi / FreeSteps (Taiwan)

October 4 (Friday)

19:30 & 21:00

15 BGN

SOMA: Choreographer Martin Talaga uses parts of a mannequin in order to shed light on the imperfections of the body contrasting with the seemingly perfect and proportionate pieces of plastic. We conclude that in spite of its flawlessness, the mannequin remains cold, breathless and soulless.

NiNi:  A solo dance for unconventional spaces, FreeSteps–NiNi refers to neither goals, concepts and allusions, nor detailed arrangement. The performer gets dance free of fixed imagination, expectations and assumptions.

October 5 (Saturday)

20:00 – 21:00

10, 20, 30, 40 BGN

CHAPTER 3 focuses on processes of repair and coming to new arrangements. These spectacles form a powerful trilogy dedicated to the greatest of all feelings – love, with its depth, drama, joy, and desperation.

October 6 (Sunday)

19:00 – 20:00

10, 20, 30, 40 BGN

CHAPTER 3 focuses on processes of repair and coming to new arrangements. These spectacles form a powerful trilogy dedicated to the greatest of all feelings – love, with its depth, drama, joy, and desperation.

October 11 (Friday)

19:30 – 20:40

15 BGN

COSMIC LOVE is the first solo creation of Clara Furey, a Montreal-based choreographer, with the participation of her long-standing collaborators. The artists move intently and address the ritualization of simple gestures. Among them is the musical composer Tomas Furey who delivers an immersive auditory experience designed to be embraced by all the senses and to open new spaces for the imagination.

October 11 (Friday)

21:00 – 22:00

15 BGN

GOLDEN DELUSIONS is an installation-performance, where four artists interweave sound, light and movement in a total unity, thus creating an imaginary world inspired by color and symbolism. Hans Peter Kuhn’s light and sound installation provides the base for a dialogue between the choreography / dance of Akemi Nagao and Junko Wada joined by the sound composition and performance by the violinist Biliana Voutchkova.

October 12 (Saturday)

18:30 – 19:30

15 BGN

GOLDEN DELUSIONS is an installation-performance, where four artists interweave sound, light and movement in a total unity, thus creating an imaginary world inspired by color and symbolism. Hans Peter Kuhn’s light and sound installation provides the base for a dialogue between the choreography / dance of Akemi Nagao and Junko Wada joined by the sound composition and performance by the violinist Biliana Voutchkova.

October 12 (Saturday)

20:30 – 22:00

15 BGN

Everything is in limbo. Everyone is tempted and attempting. The in-between is painful, awkward, hilarious but necessary; a tribute to the willingness, the effort and all the stuff that happens before resolution. Dancers oscillate on the brink of becoming, in flux with what has come before…a dance that earns transformation and unleashes new spirit with the ability to rebuild.

October 18 (Friday)

20:00 – 21:00

15, 30 or 45 BGN

Gravity & Other Myths (GOM) creates and directs their own work with emphasis on an honest approach to performance, moving away from traditional circus and theatre models, towards a fusion of acrobatic physical theatre.

October 19 (Saturday)

11:00 – 12:00

15, 30 or 45 BGN

Gravity & Other Myths (GOM) creates and directs their own work with emphasis on an honest approach to performance, moving away from traditional circus and theatre models, towards a fusion of acrobatic physical theatre.

October 19 (Saturday)

17:00 – 17:30

10 BGN

A Polish dancer with Jewish origins, Nireńska leaves the country and after a lot of difficulties, settles down in the USA. There she becomes one of the leading figures in the modern dance, but she couldn’t manage to let go of the memories of the genocide and in the end, she kills herself. Parting from her story, Siniarska and Grzywnowicz develop a very personal performance against this background as representatives of a younger generation.

October 19 (Saturday)

20:00 – 20:40

10 BGN

What would a satiated, self-satisfied European person feel towards the outsiders, strangers, fighters for survival? Are they welcome? The choreographer takes this question to the Polish society and in a wider European context. Her powerful solo is a plea for humanity and a protest against ignorance. It is a call to the one who lives in safety but is reluctant to take in others— those who escape war, conflict, oppression, death, hunger.

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