The festival is dedicated to czech late president Vaclav Havel and aims to both present the best work in contemporary theatre as well as explore some of the very pressing contemporary political, ethical and ecological issues.
The Prague German Language Theatre Festival is a respected international display of theatre performances and projects drawn from all German-speaking countries. The festival collaborates with the most renowned theatre companies, emphasizing the highest artistic values and innovative trends, and has a reputation as one of the Czech Republic’s most progressive events. An award for the best German language play, exhibitions, lectures, discussions, workshops and more are all part of the festival.
Andrey Sakharov International Art Festivals "Russian Art and the World" have been held by Nizhny Novgorod Philharmonic Society since 1992. They present the principally new concept which is harmonious to the democratic changes in Russia within the last years. The authors and artistic directors of the Festival are Olga N. Tomina and Valentin A. Berlinsky. The moral guide of the concept are the ideas and moral position of one of the most distinguished humanist A. D.
Over 50 social and cultural organisations join forces to create this exciting and enchanting children's art festival full of surprises: dance, visual arts, workshops, street theatre, music, acrobatics, open air cinema, a carrousel of stories, the toddlers corner, premières and new creations… Entry is free and the festival takes place in the open air. Watch, listen, build, dream, paint, picnic, play and let yourself be taken away by it all!