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International Theatre Festival kicks off in Sibiu

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The 23rd edition of the Sibiu International Theatre Festival (FITS) kicks off on Friday, unveiling over 430 theatre performances and national and international events until June 19th. The edition of this year runs under the slogan “Building trust” and has ...

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Polish violinist Jakub Jakowicz live in Bucharest

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Polish young violinist Jakub Jakowicz will perform two concerts at the Romanian Atheneum in Bucharest today and tomorrow, June 2 and June 3 (from 7 to 9 p.m.), next to “George Enescu” symphonic Orchestra, conducted by Horia Andreescu. Jakub Jakowicz ...

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GECKO brings their 2014 hit Institute to Sibiu International Theatre Festival

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British renowned physical theatre company GECKO brings their 2014 hit Institute to Sibiu International Theatre Festival for one night only. The acclaimed physical theatre company visits Romania with an intimate, funny and moving exploration of what it means to care. ...

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New interim manager announced at the National Opera in Bucharest

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Culture minister Corina Suteu informed on her Facebook on Tuesday that she would name Beatrice Rancea, stage director, as interim manager of the Bucharest National Opera (ONB) and that she would also start proceedings to separate the Opera from the ...

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B-FIT in the Street! ready to take Bucharest by storm

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ARCUB presents the 8th edition of the only international street theatre festival in Bucharest, B-FIT in the Street! During June 9-12 the Capital city will become a fantastic setting, inhabited by unexpected characters blending in the crowd and interacting with ...

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Conflict at the Bucharest Opera goes on

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The tensions at the National Opera in Bucharest continued on Thursday, with the Culture minister himself coming to talk to the opera employees. They mainly oppose the minister’s Wednesday decision to re-appoint George Calin as the new interim general manager. ...

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