• Esther Kempf

    23 November 2017

  • Rogue Elements

    22 November 2017

  • Michael Malarky

    21 November 2017

  • Night Characters

    20 November 2017

  • Sweet Fest

    19 November 2017

    Wash your hands and head over to In the park event hall (ex- Matti-D hall at the National Palace of Culture) on November 18 and November 19 for the sweet Mish Mash fest. Chocolate treasures from Sofia's best dessert places are coming together for the weekend - from 10a.m. to 6p.m. both days.
  • Da Vidci

    18 November 2017

    Ivan Davidkov has been upgrading street signs with stickers for three years to make people laugh or to make them think, by including pressing matters like the dirty air or the road repairs in Sofia. He takes pictures of his art and collects them on idavidci.tumblr.com and for the the next couple of weekends they will be hanging in an exhibition at SeeMeOn 29 (at 29 Tsar Simeon Str.)
  • 90s Kids Party

    17 November 2017

    You don't have to be born before 1989, but it's necessary to like the bands that shaped the decade following this year to have a good time on Friday at Terminal 1. Prodigy, Nirvana, Depeche Mode, Rage Against the Machine and many others of the same caliber are featured in Vajarov & Paci's selection, starting at 10p.m. Tickets are 5BGN at the door.
  • Cinemania

    16 November 2017

    The film festival starts with a Bulgarian premiere - The Infinite Garden by director Galin Stoev (based on the play Pleasantlyscary by Yana Borisova) on November 16 at 19:00 at the National Palace of Culture's Hall 1. Find full programme of the festival here.
  • Yordan Radichkov: The Unlit Yards

    15 November 2017

    The great Bulgarian writer spent 1/3 of '67 in Sibir. His adventures then turned into a very successful itinerary which led to him receiving an invite from Sweden to spend some time there (and write about it) as well. The two itineraries are now resurrected in a new book which you can hear more about on 15 November at 18:30 at the theatеr hall of the library, while also looking at some restored photos from Radichkov's Siberian travels.
  • Man of Faith

    14 November 2017

    Can a person be healed from paralysis or cancer by a single touch? According to phenomenon Alex Orbito's patients, the answer is "yes", but how - we'll see on November 14 at 18:15 at Vlaikova, when Ganeta Sagova and Dobrin Kashavelov's movie opens the new eddition of the International Festival of Ethnographic Film.
  • Call Me by Your Name

    13 November 2017

    In 1983, the son of an American professor is enamored by the graduate student who comes to study and live with his family in their northern Italian home. Together, they share an unforgettable summer full of music, food, and romance that will forever change them. If you've missed the new classic by Luca Guadagnino (The Big Splash) during So Independent Film Festival, join us for the exclusive screening at Dom na Kinoto on November 13 at 21:05.
  • Ypperlig

    12 November 2017

    It means "wonderful" in Swedish. Is that your oppinion on the new collaboration between IKEA and the Danish designers HAY? You let us know after 12:00 on November 12 when items and stories from the collection are entering an exhibition at Generator. And they won't be alone - Bulgarian brands with Scandinavian style (like Drekka, Minty and Hygge) will also be there with everything from food and drinks to fashion and magazines.
  • The Market Vol. 6

    11 November 2017

    You know the how it works: people save the preserved clothes, shoes and accessories, that you don't need anymore, for someone who might like them. And this someone could be you. To check if that's true, clear your schedule for November 11 and November 12 and check the stands at Friday bar between 11:30 and 18:00. There will also be food and music by DJ Eklektrik.
  • Sami Blood

    10 November 2017

    Elle Marja, 14, is a reindeer-breeding Sámi girl. Exposed to the racism of the 1930's and race biology examinations at her boarding school, she starts dreaming of another life. To achieve this other life, she has to become someone else and break all ties with her family and culture. Watch her story in this Lux Prize contestant on November 10 at 8p.m. at G-8 Cinema.
  • Tour of the Bells Monument

    4 November 2017

    The Spasi Sofia organisation leads its last free tour of Kambanite (the Bells monument near Mladost) for the year on 4 November. They'll be waiting for you at 13:00 next to the exit of the Business Park metro station. Call the guide, Hristo, on 0888 49 63 60 if you can't find them.
  • Food Photography

    9 November 2017

    You ever tried taking the perfect photo of your perfect dinner? Then you know how hard it is. That's why  a food photographer and a food stylist are waiting for us at PhotoSynthesis on 9 November after 19:00 for a free workshop on the matter.
  • Peter Vanev

    8 November 2017

    Remember the guy who recently became the first Bulgarian to ever cross the Pacific Crest Trail? If not, on 8 November Peter tells us all about his adventure at the Traveller's Club at 18:00 for 7BGN from ticketlogic.bg.
  • Tapani & Gaidi

    7 November 2017

    Three of the most ancient wind instruments in the world - the Australian dijeridou, the Peruvian cajon and the kaba gaida, are part of the sextet that will play live at Sofia Live Club on 7 November after 21:00. Tickets are 10BGN, sold only on the spot.
  • The Last Aurora Borealis

    6 November 2017

    Before his death in March, Stefan Chuklev went on a photo expedition to Norway where he captured some stunning shots of the Aurora. These unedited photographs are at Credo Bonum gallery only on 6 November between 18:00 and 22:00 for a pop-up exhibition that celebrates Stefan's life and work.
  • Ratio

    5 November 2017

    Twice a year this forum invites interesting lecturers to talk to us about science with simple words. The next such event is on 5 November at Sofia Event Center between 10:00 and 17:00 when we'll find out why ghosts are a trick of the mind, are vaccines really bad for us, why we should care about the Copernicus space program and what's in the dark part of the Universe. Tickets are 10-50BGN from ratio.bg.