Progress Sopron is Hungary’s most important International Amateur Theatre Festival.
New Associate, The Ryan Foundation announce their 15th International Festival held in Delhi, 14 – 17 December 2017. The Festival Director Utkarsh Marwah forwarded the following information:
Key aspects of the festival:
BDAT, the German National Centre, Berlin, announce this theatre festival to be held in Göppinger, Southern Germany 22 – 26 November 2017. The 50th anniversary of the festival was celebrated in 2013 and the festival is held every two years.
The General Secretary of the India Theatre Olympiad, Prof Kartick Chandra Rath has announced the 25th (Silver Jubilee) India Theatre Olympiad: International Theatre Festival – 2017 in the millennium city of Cuttack, Odisha ( Orissa ) state – situated on the eastern coast of India held 1 – 12 September 2017.
Registration is now open for those wishing to attend 19th ASSITEJ World Congress and International Theatre Festival for Children and Young people. The event will take place in Cape Town, South Africa at multiple venues.
We posted back in September information about the Apollo International Theatre Festival Apollo organised by AITA/IATA Associates Grupul Skepsis to be held in Alba Iulia. A new poster to advertise the event is now published.
The deadline for application forms to be received is Sunday 5 February 2017.
AITA/IATA asbl Associate Ludic Cultural Student Association from Romania announce the dates of the 2017 Ludic Theatre Days Festival. It will run 5 – 9 December 2017.
The festival will present a variety of performances offering a global picture of the riches and the challenges of the international theatre today.
Dr. István PINCZÉS, artistic leader of Players Studio Debrecen, Hungary, writes about a performance of Checkhov’s The Marriage Proposal by the Theatre Company Bungeiza, Japan on the Antarctica on 19 December 2016 at 18:30 (according to Chile time zone).
Pauline Berto of Festival Shakespeare Théâtre du Sycomore writes to announce the 2017 Shakespeare Festival.
This is a cultural project gathering young people from Théâtre du Sycomore and other young amateurs from different backgrounds and countries around actions facilitating meeting, sharing and cultural exchange.
The next CEC Theatre Festival will take place in Tyumen, Russia 1 – 6 March 2017. Organised by the Russian National Centre of AITA/IATA asbl and the Department of Culture of the Tyumen Region and the youth theatre company Mimicry.
This festival is for groups whose National Centre falls within the CEC Region of AITA/IATA asbl, or are an Associate of AITA/IATA asbl whose country falls within the CEC Region.