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.
The Cyprus Contemporary Dance Festival is one of the most successful national festivals aiming to raise public awareness regarding contemporary dance in Europe. A feast of contemporary dance meets all the trends, the dynamics and the new forms of the international contemporary scene through the works of representative groups of each country. The Festival is currently planning its 20th edition and has been taking place annually, every June, since 1998.
Tartu Student Days (Tartu Tudengipäevad) is a unique student festival full of sizzling energy and quirky ideas. The festival which is held in Tartu, Estonia offers a variety of events and happenings. Everything from pancake breakfasts and quizzes to stargazing and dancing, making the student town of Tartu buzz with energy. The festival is held twice a year: in the beginning and in the end of the school year. Both festival weeks involve a vast number of people, not just students but also residents of all ages.
Science in the City is Malta’s science and arts festival in the last week of September. As part of European Researchers’ Night, on Friday Valletta’s streets are filled with art and entertainment linked to science: street art installations, science busking, music, art exhibitions, puppet shows, live experiments, talks, debates, comedy, dance, theatre and much more. Over 24,000 people attend every year bringing a memorable night to everyone. In 2017 our big night is on the 29 September and our theme around Futures, or how today’s research will shape the society of tomorrow.