The Biennale de danse du Val-de-Marne is a biannual dance festival organised by La Briqueterie - CDC du Val-de-Marne. Spreading over a month, it is organised in collaboration with over 20 partner theatres. In 2019, it will be 40 years old.
Bach Academie Brugge, created by Concertgebouw Brugge, Collegium Vocale Gent and Philippe Herreweghe, takes an adventurous look at the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and beyond. Every year around 20 events are held on a single theme, ranging from classical and jazz concerts by established and emerging artists, to dance and family performances, lectures, art installations and exhibitions. A pre-festival context programme offers a range of activities to explore the theme, such as open rehearsals.
Festival of International Alternative Theatre is a thirty years old fact in the history of Montenegrin theatre. Its concept was created out of the wish to open a completely new space for sharing artistic values. FIAT was created out of original need to transform existing artistic energy into a peculiarity, into a critical mass that would reach the furthest borders in theatre, break the old and examine the new models of onstage expression and all that rising above the foundations of professional and classics.
The Frome Festival is a ten day community arts festival held annually in early July in venues in and around the town of Frome, Somerset, SW England. The Festival has been running as a multi-arts event since 2001, hosting over 180 events ranging from national and international performers in rock, opera, classical music, comedy and theatre to local theatre and performance groups. Workshops and exhibitions also play a vital part as well as walks and talks. Frome has a range of excellent venues including the Merlin Theatre, The Cheese and Grain hall, Cooper Hall and Black Swan Arts.