• Phantasmagoria

    2 December 2013

  • Charity

    1 December 2013

  • Card

    30 November 2013

  • Vintage Fest

    29 November 2013

  • Passion

    28 November 2013

    Rachel McAdams is Christine, a cruelly efficient advertising imagemaker whose Germany-based firm creates lush marketing campaigns. Her assistant Isabelle (Noomi Rapace) is a loyal acolyte, tending to Christine’s whims and backing up her boss whenever it’s needed. Their bond is mildly sexual, though the kinky Christine is too busy with Dirk (Paul Anderson), or whomever else she rings up to lean in for a booty call.
    Dirk, it turns out, is involved with Isabelle and seems to be playing Christine for professional advancement. Isabelle follows suit when Christine’s underhanded ways emerge. Adding to the unprofessional work environment is Dani (Karoline Herfurth), who has an unrequited crush on Isabelle — and may be her alibi when things get bloody.
    In Euro Cinema at 18:30.
  • Debate

    27 November 2013

    The attitude towards madness has suffered many metamorphoses in history: from blankly contemplation, it gradually became a condemnation, segregation and medicalization of madness, but most recently it turned also to acceptance, applause and even apology of insanity: "Long live the insane!" (the prayer of Marco from “Under the Yoke” novel by Ivan Vazov). Unlike "classical" medical conditions which are measurable, the physiological conditions within the Madness are significantly blurred and allow a number of medical, social and legal interpretations. The dynamics of these limits in liberal societies can be seen in two ways. On one hand more and more until yesterday "diagnoses" in need of treatment are seen as socially tolerable (acceptable and in some cases “courted”) “quirks” that are part of the uniqueness of the individual. On the other hand there is also the opposite trend: more and more "ailments of the spirit" (mental conditions such as anxiety, anger, fear, etc., regardless of their intensity) are treated as "cases in need of a new kind of treatment" known by various names but most commonly referred to psychotherapy. With the participation of Dr. Stoyan Stavrou, Antoaneta Koleva and Marieta Dimitrova. The debate is in Bulgarian, starts at 19:00 in Red House.
  • Norwegian Architecture

    26 November 2013

    The travelling exhibition Contemporary Norwegian Architecture, part 7 (we’ve missed the previous six) has been touring the globe since 2011. It started out in Brazil, it visited Cuba, and Bulgaria is now the sixth European country to welcome it. The exhibition displays the best of Norwegian architecture created between 2005 and 2010 – from small houses to public buildings to infrastructure and urban planning.
    You can see it in SAMCA until 15th of December.
  • The Waves

    25 November 2013

    Arlette Ric­ci, a grand­daugh­ter of Nina Ric­ci, pro­duced Vir­gin­ia Woolf's The Waves at the Ivan Vazov Nation­al The­a­tre.
    "From Vir­gin­ia Woolf's nov­el, The Waves, I kept the rhythm of the sea, the time that does not pass and the peo­ple who do pass away. I have rec­re­at­ed the ordi­nary life of five of the char­ac­ters whose friend­ship born in their ear­ly child­hood has lead them to believe that they will over­come and defeat time," Arlette Ric­ci explained.
    The play starts at 19:00.
  • Kitsch & Egg

    24 November 2013

    Brought to you by Karavan Kitchen and friends! This 24th of November (Sunday) they collaborate with BetaHaus, Guillot Chocolate and Farmhopping to bring to you their first pop-up brunch event - Kitsch & Egg.
    There is a full menu including four courses using only the best ingredients to be found here in Sofia :) The start is at 11.00AM and the event goes until 15.00PM. It's 20lv entrance per person and that includes all the food! (sorry drinks are extra). And after 15:00... drinking is recommended.
  • Apples To Apples

    23 November 2013

    The party game Apples to Apples consists of two decks of cards: Things and Descriptions. Each round, the active player draws a Description card (which features an adjective like Hairy or Smarmy) from the deck, then the other players each secretly choose the Thing card in hand that best matches that description and plays it face-down on the table. The active player then reveals these cards and chooses the Thing card that, in his opinion, best matches the Description card, which he awards to whoever played that Thing card. This player becomes the new active player for the next round. Once a player has won a pre-determined number of Description cards, that player wins.
  • Thin Red Californication

    22 November 2013

    Thin Red Californication is a finale grande of several parties, presenting the music of some of the California rock legends. This time you'll have the chance to listen to Tool and Deftones. The start is 21PM, the entrance is free.


  • Tosca

    21 November 2013

  • Don Quixote

    20 November 2013

  • Debat

    19 November 2013

  • Pelevin's Bew Book

    18 November 2013

  • Girl's Death

    17 November 2013

  • Dogue Party

    16 November 2013

  • Movember

    15 November 2013

  • Kinomania

    14 November 2013

    The Butler gives the start of Kinomania 2103. The movie tells the story of a White House butler who served seven American presidents over three decades. The film traces the dramatic changes that swept American society during this time, from the civil rights movement to Vietnam and beyond, and how those changes affected this man’s life and family. You can see the movie in National Palace of Culture. It starts at 19:00.
  • The Goat or Who Is Silvia

    13 November 2013

    This is a play about love and cheating. But one of the lovers is a goat. Test how you feel about tolerance. The play starts at 19:00 in National Theatre.