• Alfred Hitchcock

    13 August 2014

    On this date back in 1899 in London was born the future master of suspense - Alfred Hitchcock. We strongly recommend his masterpieces Birds, Psycho, Vertigo, Rear Window and To Catch a Thief - the last two are particularly suitable for hot summer days.
  • Strumski Library

    10 September 2014

    Visit strumski.com - great online library devoted entirely to the history, culture and forgotten heroes of Bulgarian Macedonia. Strumski offers dozens of scanned books and periodicals, as well as a little folk music of the area renovation is weekly, and soon we promise you a lot of interesting information about this project.
  • Cherry Poppin’ Daddies

    11 August 2014

    Perfect day for buy tickets for the upcoming concert of swing agents Cherry Poppin 'Daddies - the date is September 26, the place is Terminal 1, and tickets are 30/35BGN from eventim.bg. Hurry up - their number is limited to 400.
  • Auguste Rodin

    10 August 2014

    The coolness of the stone in a warm Sunday - exhibition with sculptures by Auguste Rodin until 15 September NMBFA.
  • Sea Garden Festival

    9 August 2014

    One day, but genuine summer - the first edition of Sea Garden Festival will gather on stage at the Summer Theater in Bourgas of native and foreign bands and artists: Review, Ruth Koleva, Rebelites, DJ Vadim and Yara Bravo. Event and Festival add color that will tinge everything in bright colors. The ticket is for a symbolic 12 BGN.
  • Cinema for Travelers

    8 August 2014

    In Euro Cinema begins Cinema for Travelers - by 17 August each night there will be two film screenings dedicated to the theme of the trip: exotic destinations, couchsurfing-phenomenon inaccessible lands unknown territories.
  • Monty Python Live

    7 August 2014

    Monty Python say goodbye with Monty Python Live (mostly) - old classics and new skits presented by John Cleese, Eric Idle, Michael Palin, Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam. Screenings for Bulgaria are exclusive - 7 and 14 of August in Maymunarnika.
  • Smugglers Diner

    6 August 2014

    DJs from The Smugglers Collective are not satisfied only with music - their own first restaurant is a fact. Smugglers Diner is a wonderful blend of retro atmosphere, old "golden" music and traditional American cuisine. The restaurant is located on Hristo Belchev 29B Street between Solunska Str and Gladston Str and officially opened on July 24.
  • Summer Exhibition

    5 August 2014

    The theme of the sea, presented in 75 works by Bulgarian artists - a nice option for relaxing afternoon in August. Europe Gallery 1 and 2 by 1 September (3 Lege Str. and Paradise Center, 3rd floor, Cherni vrah 100).
  • Stick out your tongue

    4 August 2014

    Janet 45 presents a new book in the series Short stories forever. Stick out your tongue of Ma Jian is actually the first and the last book of the Chinese author (repressed in 1983), in which the main character is a magnetic Tibet with its landscape and inhabitants. Cover design and illustrations are the work of Luba Haleva.
  • Sofia Breathes

    3 August 2014

    This year's Sofia Breathes will fill the capital with more meaning and less cars in August. Sofia Breathes will happen in five consecutive Sundays in the streets 6 September, Khan Krum, Neofit Rilski (August 3rd), Angel Kanchev (10 August), Pirotska (August 17th), Oborishte (25 August) and Tzar Shishman (August 31 ).
  • Danube Revisited

    2 August 2014

    In Ruse guest traveling exhibition Danube Revisited, dedicated to the photographer of the legendary agency Magnum - Inge Morath. Project travels in special truck along the Danube from the German town Donaueschingen in the Black Sea. On 2 and 3 August from 17:00 to 22:00 and 15:00 to 18:00 the exhibition will dock at Home Elias Canetti to present photographs of the legendary Morath.
  • Moby-Dick

    1 August 2014

    photo Rockwell Kent

    On August 1, 1819 was born American writer Herman Melville. In 1851 appeared his legendary book Moby Dick. So - let's just remember her today.
  • Monty Python

    31 July 2014

    We will not make it to the last show of the great Monty Python in London, but the screening of the film also suits us. Premiere screening of Monty Python Live (mostly) is in the Dom na Kinoto at 7p.m.
  • My Destiny

    30 July 2014

    Parinush Sania is controversial and perhaps because of this - very popular Iranian writer. Her book My Destiny has over 20 publications and despite being banned twice by the authorities, it appears one of the most famous novels in the country. Now the story of perseverance and love came out in Bulgarian (by Janet 45 16lBGN), it was about time.
  • Dream Theater

    29 July 2014

    Prog metal emperors Dream Theater arrive for a three-hour show at Festival Hall, as part of which they will represent their last album, and will celebrate 20 years of the issuance of the classic Awake.
  • Mailbox for Tales

    28 July 2014

    Literary humorous Mailbox for Ttales with Gerry Turiiska will have a summer edition - at One More Cinema under the heading I ride a bicycle. It starts at 7p.m. and entrance is free.
  • CSKA-Levski

    27 July 2014

    World Cup over, but the Bulgarian Championship has just begun. In the second round CSKA is up against Levski in a match that is crucial for both teams. Battle starts at 8p.m. at the National Stadium, you can watch it directly on TV7.
  • Rilska Skakavitsa

    26 July 2014

    Saturday is a great day for a walk. Stop by at Rila skakavitsa - one of the few mountain waterfalls that can be found in Bulgaria. It is located above the resort Panichiste and lift can take you there - you will need to take a short walk, but the view is worth it.
  • Iavorov and Macedonia

    25 July 2014

    Peyo Iavorov was not only a brilliant poet and gallant lover but a fighter for the freedom of Bulgarian Macedonia, although these years of his life are still unknown for many. The book Iavorov and Macedonia (Iztok-Zapad Publishing, 29BGN) is a thorough study of the participation of Iavorov in the ranks of the IMRO and MOO, so we recommend it to all keen on Bulgarian history.