• Boy's Don't Cryo

    1 May 2018

    photo Quinn Dombrowski

    The Bakunin boys from St. Petersburg and our well-known White Stork created a 4.2% alcohol pilsner in which the varieties Citra and Simcoe Cryo offer soft taste. Not that we will remember them, but from there (and from the first single of The Cure) comes the name on the label - Boy's Don't Cryo, and the occasion to raise a mug in the name of a good collaboration is Labor Day. We order at the bar from 16:00 on May 1 in Vitamin B.
  • Despite the storm

    3 May 2018

    For his fourth poetry collection (by Janet 45), Rossen Karamfilov says it is a "love book", despite the bad weather when he loses his friend - the artist Boris Valentinov. His works, however, stand on the cover and between the verses (with editor Elin Rahnev), who listen to the presentation at the Sofia City Library on May 3 at 18:30.
  • March

    2 May 2018

    After January and February, Ovanes Torosyan continues the series with March - this time based on the text of the Russian Oscar-nominated playwright Piotr Gladilin. The story meets a man and a woman who, in the circumstances, fall into an unusual situation whose outcome is hampered by twists and turns between life and death, love and inner demons. We reserve a place on the cash desk or on the website of Open Sscene Theatre on May 2 at 7:30 pm.
  • The Story of Yesterday

    30 April 2018

    Between walls, curtains and wallpapers, six artists dream of space with uncertain intentions and temporary decisions. How often we feel lonely in the presence of others - asks us Galina Borissova with the last performance of the Antistatic program on April 30th at 8:30 pm at Etud Gallery. We grab tickets for 8 BGN from the National Palace of Culture or we give 12 BGN at the entry.
  • Party with hats

    29 April 2018

    Strawberry Trees, Bites Sheep's Eye and more food from the World of Disc recipes "tested on people who are alive" try at Carcassonne (Gladstone 30) on April 29 from 16:00 to 20:00. 15 BGN and a facebook entry bring us to the Terry Pratchet Party where we are also awaiting thematic board games (such as Ankh and Witch), a hat competition (like the dress code) and a quiz with book quotes.
  • To the stars

    28 April 2018

    The cosmos is a walk away, congratulations! On April 28, the Observatory of the University of Sofia in Borisova becomes 120 and celebrates with wide open doors, which we pass between 16:00 and 22:00 without money to peep into the Sun and Moon through telescopes. If you are looking at the deep science, ask for the lectures that go all day.
  • Sofia Underground

    27 April 2018

  • Future shorts

    25 April 2018

    Meeting with the spirit of Lenin, traveling to the memories with your grandmother,  and the problem of wanting to be instead of being - these are the stories in the five films from the spring collection of the London Future Shorts , who are already touring the screens around the world. The stop in Sofia is on April 25 in the House of Cinema at 20:05 (7lv in the cinema or domnakinoto.com.)
  • Yana Lozeva

    26 April 2018

    When she's not a theater photographer, her favourite models are random strangers on the street and their humanity and weaknesses. That's the focus in her third solo exhibition Come To Me - at UniCredit Studio until 19 May.
  • No Stupid Questions

    24 April 2018

    Ratio is flowing into the STEM Discovery Week with a two-hour conversation at Gramophone, which we direct where we want to. Immunology, parasitologist and space scientist who graduated from NASA's program are waiting for our questions in their field (+ biology, chemistry and physics) at the facebook event after 20:00 on April 24th.
  • Etgar Keret: Based on a True Story

    23 April 2018

    Stephane Kaas' biopic on the life of the Israeli writer is a cinematographic version of his style - a mixture of fisction and facts, in which the most important thing remains telling your stories well. See it on April 23 at 6:30p.m. at Cine Grand Park Center as part of Master of Art festival.
  • Books in Exchange For Trash

    22 April 2018

    On 22 April at 10:00 you can join the queue next to the Monument of the Soviet Army to exchange your plastic trash for books. 1kg = 1 book and the maximum books you can get is 2.
  • No Fear

    21 April 2018

    Architecture studio conveyer is celebrating its 10th birthday with a free forum in Generator on April 21 and 22 from 11a.m. to 6p.m. when 10 of Bulgaria's best architects and designers will be sharing their vision.
  • Korea's Rhythm

    20 April 2018

    Jeong ga ak hoe is a musical collective that transforms traditional Korean music into modern melodies in which past, present and future meet, while Jinjo Crew is a breakdance group with medals from all over the world. Combeine the two and you get the Eastern magic that will transform Hall 2 of the National Palace of Culture on April 20 at 7p.m. Tickets are 5BGN.
  • Nothing to Hide

    19 April 2018

    Absolut, or the vodka that has Nothing to Hide, has these funny clips with naked Swedes as part of its new campaign. See them here, then visit Petak bar on 19 April when the campaign continues with a free impro show starting at 19:00.
  • Joy, sorrow and hope

    18 April 2018

    Artist and visual explorer Anton Staykov tears up 16 of the most iconic illustrations by our artists from Bulgarian children's books for the exhibition Joy, sorrow and hope. Form the overwhelming pictures by Luben Zidarov for Mother's tear by Angel Karaliychev to the funny illustrations by Rositsa Radeva for The Colorful Man by Ivan Teofilov - we are reading them from the walls in the lobby of the Youth Theatre from 1p.m. on April 18 to the end of the first International Literary Festival for Children and Youngsters.
  • Botanical Bazaar

    16 April 2018

    Petunias are great but if you want to diversify the flora on your balcony Cactus Lab knows how and with what - external succulents. See, buy and learn how to pot and care for them on 16 April, 17:00-20:00, on 74 Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi Blvd.
  • Heavy Metals

    17 April 2018

    If "easy science" is music to your ears, head over to Gramophone on April 17 at 8p.m. to hear the latest "track" of the genre by Sceptics in The Pub. The "bad boys"of the periodic table - heavy metals - are the heroes this time and three experts on them will be explaining the reasons for their bad reputation and how to deal with a metal poisoning.
  • Life, animated

    15 April 2018

    Roger Williams' overwhelming movie (with Oscar nomination and Best Director prize from Sundance) follows the life of Owen Suskind - a boy who dives deep in autism at the age of 3, but later comes back to his parents with the help of Disney movie dialogues. His journey is part of this year's edition of Master Of Art Festival and you can see it on April 15 at Lumier Lidl at 5p.m.
  • Caps for future

    14 April 2018

    In case you've been collecting caps from all sorts of bottles while wating for someone to open a picking point and announce a cause, well, here it is: bring the caps to the National Stadium on April 14 from 9a.m. to 2p.m. and they'll be transformed into intensive care nurseries. Every third baby needs one and you'll be surprised how quickly the money for it can be raised, so bring your friends.