• Altzek Mishev

    9 August 2019

    He tried to fly with fins from Milan to Dupnitsa, where he was born; he swam in a small pool while being transported through the Customs of England and the States; he twice participated in the Venice Biennale, and in 2000 entered a container to conduct a fish orchestra. We dive into this artist's story at Swimming Pool where he opens an exhibition of his drawings on August 9th at 19:00.
  • Bring the soul

    8 August 2019

    photo Ajeong JM

    BTS, the Korean band, have not yet sung in our halls, not counting those in cinemas - with screenings of a concert from the Love Yourself tour some time ago. Here it is again - from August 7th to 11th Cinema City at the Mall of Sofia and Paradise Center and Cine Grand at the Park Center are showing a new movie for the group, loaded with backstage footage from Paris and first-person stories about what it's like to be its a k-pop sensation. Check here for dates and times.
  • 1 August 2019

    Lora Shumkova is a passionate reader and researcher of Sofia's secrets. What more can you ask of your guide if you are going to delve into the city's literary past. In steps and facts, Lora will walk you through the history of important works and authors plus the interesting places around town, connected to them - in 90 minutes, for free, on August 7th with a meeting point in front of the National Theater at 18:30.
  • Dead Man's Hat

    6 August 2019

    Indie rock with elements of African folk and occasionally strands of French electro - that's how the band define the style that tvey've been cooking and serving in clubs here and there for some time. But next time, it will be more special for them - on August 6 at 8:00 Dead Man's Hat are going to Kino Cabana to flood us with all the content of their debut album Emotional Shortcut.
  • GuruShots

    5 August 2019

    photos Gilles Massard

    GuruShots is a grand name for a group of photographers, but it truly collects some of the best names in street photography - the international platform organizes regular competitions and games involving the lenses of a bunch of people. For the first time on local soil, at the PhotoSynthesis Gallery, we look at the streets of the world through the eyes of participants in their competition, until August 15.
  • Vinyl bazaar

    4 August 2019

    You stand in front of the Courthouse, turn your back on it, cross the other side of the boulevard and go into the door before your eyes. Here's how to find the Vintage Stereo store if you haven't been before. There are regular sales of all types of gramophone records, and the next one is on August 4 between 11:00 and 17:00.
  • Cinema for travellers

    3 August 2019

    A monk climbs a mountain alone for 1000 days; a Filipino hangs on nails; Madagascar people open graves and touch bones for luck. The idea of touching God is different everywhere, and with the Cult movie we get to know the rituals in 25 countries - on August 3 at 6:00 pm at Euro Cinema and 7 at 8:00 pm in G-8. Otherwise, it is until August 15 that the film festival goes to India, Morocco, Ethiopia, Iceland... The whole program is here.
  • The Bla Bla Battle

    1 August 2019

    Following the Profit and Perspectives series, Praktika launches a new event format that puts us all in the exciting world of advertising. Media specialists, marketers, authors, bloggers, influential writers, and all advertisers are in pairs for preface to topics such as For and Against Patriotism in Bulgarian Advertising. On August 1, the duels are two - after 19:30 in the courtyard of The Smarts (Strandzha 58) without money for the entrance and bar at hand.
  • Blok Cinema

    29 July 2019

    For the 5th time the fest transforms spaces between the blocks of flats in 11 neighbourhoods into outdoor cinemas. Without a ticket, we can watch relatively new Bulgarian films, always starting at 20:45. The full schedule is here, and today - July 29, the fest goes to 26 Yordanov Yovkov school in Knyazhevo where we watch Directions and The forest of Dimo.
  • Cinema for mothers

    31 July 2019

    You do not have to call your phone - and have a restless baby beside you to get your enemies in the cinema. That's why you have not seen mothers with very tiny children in the cinema. House of Cinema, however, gives them a hand and every Wednesday makes special screenings of up-to-date films, which the 3-year-olds are welcome - with easy access for strollers, reduced sound and dim light. On July 31 at 12:00, they release the new Lion King.
  • Gena So Called Crew DJ Set

    2 August 2019

    He's without his fellow rappers, but alone and he promises to make us dance with his playlist on August 2 at 5:30pm in Kino Cabana for free.
  • Black Sea Map

    30 July 2019

    This is the project of one of the most successful underwater museums, located only 400km from here at the bottom of the Black Sea. His oxygen-free waters keep evidence of shipwrecks hundreds of years ago, surveyed by 70 scientists - what they discover and what this famous sea sees, we are looking at the exhibition of Muzeiko, suitable for children and with free admission - by 15 September on the third floor of Park Center Sofia.
  • Christiane Karam

    28 July 2019

    She was born in Beirut, but her influences are as broad as the world - there is everything in her world music and jazz. She has her voice with all sorts of people from Yanka Rupkina to Bobby McFerin and Yo-Yo-Ma, and now comes to Sofia to release it in The Book with Trumpet, Piano and Kaval by local musicians. On July 28 at 20:00 with entrance 10 BGN.
  • Botanic Prosecco

    27 July 2019

    All Saturday we see spiky cactuses through light bubbles - the new Botanic Prosecco party is taking us to the University Botanic Garden. Among the library of plants, the birch will not only pour, but will comb - at least if you are interested at trying it with gelatto. On July 27 from 13:00 to 19:00 with entrance 4lv.
  • Turbojazz

    20 July 2019

    Deep house, with synths and disco are roaming in Tell Me bar by Turbojazz. We are starting at 11pm on July 20 for 5BGN at the gates.

    photo Riccardo Fantoni
  • Creative Mornings

    26 July 2019

    "I feel sad that we are no longer together, that it has taken off as the children one day go," said director Milko Lazarov once, talking about his film Aga. That's why it is the right choice for a lecturer at the next Creative Breakfast at the Generator (July 26, 08:30) when the title Ending will bring out a story about what's going on with the artist when his project is ready to live his own life. There we are to hear after recording at creativemornings.com.
  • The Way of the Red-breasted Goose

    25 July 2019

    Do you know how wind turbines, hotels, power lines, gas and oil studies, or even atypical noises affect red-breasted geese? And we did not even think about thinking. That is why, between July 24 (18:30) and August 14, we spend time on the interactive exhibition at Credo Bonum, which, with game elements such as a maze and a virtual reality, ignites small and big on the theme of preserving the winged species.
  • HaHaHa Impro

    24 July 2019

    When was the last time you went to a impro? If you've never been, imagine a theater in which roles and scenarios are born on the spot with the help of the audience. And if your answer is "long time ago", here's a good chance to get a ton of laughter without missing out on the good weather. The HaHaHa company celebrates its 10th anniversary with an open-air performance at the Military Academy Park on July 24 at 20:00 with tickets for 12 BGN from epaygo.bg or 15 BGN on the spot.
  • BAZA 2019

    23 July 2019

    With these painfully pressed plush objects, Martin Penev took the prize for a young contemporary Bulgarian artist in 2018 (+ a residence in New York). Eight strong names are now nominated for the 2019 Prize: Alexander Alexandrov, Veneta Androva, Milena Georgieva, Nevena Ekimova, Maria Nalbantova, Radostin Sedevchev, Sevda Semer and Valko Chobanov. Which of them will put a BAZA in their biography, we understand on July 23 at 18:00, when the Sofia City Art Gallery opened an exhibition with their latest projects. There are until August 18th.
  • Cinema in the open air

    22 July 2019

    In 1963's Contempt, director-actor Jean-Luc Godard shared a screening time with Bridget Bardo and Michelle Piccoli to tell a story about the moments of alienation in a relationship. On July 24th, this cult classic captures the three films we see on the open Summer Stage behind the National Palace of Culture without a ticket, having already seen the Italian comedy Dreamfools in the 22nd and Walking on Sunshine on the 23rd, 21:00.