• Midnight sun at Sveta Nedelya Sq

    24 April 2019

    The best way to experience the white nights is probably to go north, but if you do not have a free weekend in the next Arctic summer, see the midnight sun on St. Nedelya Square. Finlandia captures it in three installations, cocktails, music and ice - see on site until April 25th between 18:00 and 22:00.
  • Photofabrika Festival opening

    22 April 2019

    We look through the photographic eye of Vihren Georgiev from People of Sofia at UniCredit Studio at the exhibition, which opens the sixth Photofabrica festival. From 18:00 on 22 April we are there for the double opening exhibition + festival, the portraits look at us from the walls until May 18th.
  • See It Be It #8

    23 April 2019

    It’s not the first time you hear it, but yes - in our country women still get paid less than men. Some say they are themselves guilty - because their nature is to avoid scenarios in which they "insolently" require what they think they deserve at work. Your opinion on the matter can be shared and enriched on April 23 at 6:30 pm in the cosmos coworking camp when Dora Stresova from Danone takes over the SIBI microphone.
  • The golden glove

    25 April 2019

    As a director, Fatih Akin has golden fingers, but this time he’s touched rough. The real story of serial killer Franz Honka is played in a bloody close-up by beautiful Jonas Dasler, an actor here disfigured under a heavy makeup and maniacal look. He drinks constantly, cuts his victims in pieces, accuses a Greek family at the building for the stench of corpses, and nothing about this has been spared for about two hours. If you can endure them, see where the premiere is here.
  • Weekend markets x2

    21 April 2019

    If you too want to have something new in the interior or on you in the spring, the weekend of 20 and 21 April there is a place to look for it. Even in two places: in SOHO, between 11:00 and 19:00, the season starts with BG design brands that make everything from posters to t-shirts, and meanwhile Fika Interior Market is in Sputnik at the same time with furniture first and second hand and good brands for the details in the home.
  • Architectural forum

    20 April 2019

    Generator hosted an architectural forum last year and it was great, so here’s the second one – on April 20-21, with 10 studios (like Transformatori and I / O Architects) who lead discussions and lectures on recycled materials, pro bono work and other things on the No Money theme.
  • Hating machine

    17 April 2019

    With dancing performance, choreographer Marion Durova examines the question of the easiest way to form identity - hate. The hate machine goes best at fast speed, so you do not have time to think, but only get your opinions from someone else. Where we stand in this is asked premieres on 17 and 18 April in DNK from 19:30 through the mouths of Mikhail Stoyanov, Boris Georgiev, Vassil Zelyamov and Martina Apostolova.
  • The Brothers Karamazov

    16 April 2019

    The Macedonian director Deyan Proykovski often works for foreign stages and now we can see Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Karamazov through his eyes. The premiere of the play is on April 16th at 19:00 at the National Theatre.
  • Miss Julia

    19 April 2019

    After a long silence, the Derida dance company returns with a new stage - on Samuil 32, which opens with the performance Miss Julia. With label 16+ and sound by Ivan Shopov, choreographer Jivko Zhelyazkov and three dancers propelled the play of Strindberg - a "tearing internal dialogue between the essence and the model, the inborn and the acquired." On 19 April at 19:00 with 15 BGN tickets from epaygo.bg.
  • 100 years of Bauhaus

    18 April 2019

    The lecture cycle with which the Goethe-Institut celebrates and explains this trend in design continues with guest lecturers from Germany. From 18:30 on 16 April we listen to Isabelle Wünsech, historian of art on Bauhaus models in art education, and on April 18, architect Isabelle Bauer explains how we have hardly heard of women in Bauhaus when more ladies fought for a place in the school than men.
  • Bar Quiz

    15 April 2019

    Bar quizes sound like a weird way to have fun, but it becomes clear how fun it actually is to answer questions in a team with your friends while drinking only after you try it. So we give a reply to "When is the next one?": On April 15th at 8pm in Thin red line bar. The entrance is free, for teams from first to third place there are shots and other prizes.
  • A Picture with Yuki

    14 April 2019

    The story by Miroslav Penkov with the same name here is developed into a film (written by the scriptwriter Dimitar Stojanovic) - beautiful for watching, panting with fast scenes and with an unexpected end to the last moments. See the program here.
  • Plastic caps for the future

    13 April 2019

    Do you know that every tenth child is born prematurely, and every third baby in an incubator gets eye damage? The problem is the apparatus, which in many hospitals is too old or too inadequate. If you have collected some plastic caps and if you wonder what to do with them, on April 13th from 09:00 to 15:00 take them to the National Stadium so that they can lead to incubators for our hospitals.
  • Danube Dialogues

    8 April 2019

    The Danube Dialogue is the name of a festival that runs through several Balkan countries - in ours it comes to Arosita Gallery where the conversation is between local and Serbian artists. With events, events, workshops and conversations, they will provoke us to think actively, to look carefully and to doubt our identity - from April 8th to 7pm by the end of the month.
  • TASK

    12 April 2019

    His name is Atanas Levakov, and on instagram he is @taskore, but you will easily notice him on the facades and fences around you. Task is another graffiti artist who tries to move his art into a gallery (in this case, in Gifted), and in order to do so, he reduces the scale of his work to separate Fragments (as he calls his exhibition) on canvas and wooden boards. See between April 11th and April 24th.
  • The long way to the stars

    11 April 2019

    Presidential elections are coming, and the main actor - astrophysicist, is on a TV show with a cheerful host where a surprising revelation will happen. Such is the interactive performance-lecture directed by Andrea Brunello from Italy and screenwriter-actors Dimitar Uzunov and astrophysics Dr. Vladimir Bozhilov. Their goal is to provide us with a light and inventive way - against 10 / 12BGN in epaygo.bg on April 11th at 7:30 pm at the French Institute.
  • Bauhaus and Bulgaria

    10 April 2019

    This year marks 100, since the design school opens in Germany and changes the world. The one around here too - the next lecture in the centenarian series, organized by the Goethe-Institut, is about how Bauhaus's architectural modernism influenced Bulgarian. On April 10 at 6:30 pm we listen to two expert stories - by researcher Lyubinka Stoilova and Aneta Vassileva from WhATA Association.
  • Festival of the ideas for Europe

    9 April 2019

    It sounds political because it is - a month before the European Parliament elections at the Red House and the National Gallery there is a whole themed festival on the continent and how we live in it. Between 8 and 16 April, the program takes everything from debates between politicians through freedom of speech to alienation through the eyes of the cinema today - all dates, hours and info at redhouse-sofia.org.
  • Masters of horror

    7 April 2019

    Mary Shelley writes Frankenstein at age 18, and so she's pretty young when she becomes the grandma of horror books and science fiction. Everthing from classic titles like hers through Stephen King's hellish clowns or the Japanese aesthetics of nightmare are sold at Slaveikov Bookstore (in Slaveykov Square 7, in the big central safehouse, the first from Rakovsky) - between April 5th and April 7th, 16:00-20:00.
  • Cianotype course

    6 April 2019

    Why would you go to a course on the first scanner - the technique where you place an object on paper with a special chemical, and the sunlight or a lamp print the shadow forever? Because it's more fun and stranger than a drawing course, it's for everyone and you go home with a print or a T-shirt. For a price of 65 BGN you learn with a master of primitive techniques for photography and printing - on April 6th between 13:00 and 18:00 in Sito Studio after an email at cyanotype@sito-studio.com.