Baltic Connection

International Theatre Festival

12.–17.11.2019

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Friday 29.11.

Kehä

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Friday 15.11.

FESTIVAL PROGRAMME IN A NUTSHELL

You can see the whole festival programme here. During the festival we will also update here the ticket situation and possible changes.

Friday 08.11.

Frequently asked questions

Are you wondering some practicalities concerning the festival? The festival team answered several frequently asked questions already in advance so that during the festival week you can focus fully on the performances and other events.

Wednesday 06.11.

New journalistic work Kehä IIII concentrates on long-form journalism

Following the logic of Helsinki’s ring roads I, II and III – the fourth ring is now opening. The new journalistic work travels further, wider and deeper. The stories presented in Kehä IIII (Ring IIII) have taken on themes from the Baltic Circle’s selected program, but the online publication has an independent voice.

Thursday 24.10.

Rabih Mroué: Life, Death and the Digestive System

Baltic Circle Festival 2019 ends with a performance called Borborygmus by Lina Majdalanie, Rabih Mroué and Mazen Kerbaj. Borborygmus premiered in Minneapolis at Walker Art Center in January 2019. Prior to Borborygmus’ premiere Allie Tepper interviewed Rabih Mroué in Walker Reader.

Tuesday 01.10.

Baltic Circle is currently accepting applications for volunteers to assist with the 2019 festival!

Would you like to know more about how an international festival is brought to life? Join the wonderful team of Baltic Circle! You’ll get to assist us in many different tasks, get a feel of what goes into the workings of a theatre festival and you’ll get to see performances!

Wednesday 25.09.

Baltic Circle mukana Stydi-kulttuurikortissa

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Wednesday 18.09.

Bright, dusky, bright

…shadows gliding on mountains; the image of wind and cloud, the passage of smoke or life: bright, dusky, bright… –From Eeva-Liisa Manner’s poem Theorem

Tuesday 17.09.

Sparks workshop and performance

Annantalo Culture House, Baltic Circle International Theatre Festival and Kirpilä Art Collection will collaborate on a performance project in November. They are inviting 9-12-year-old children to participate in the performance and in a workshop leading to the performance. In the workshop children will investigate the unique lines on the palms of the hands and the stories inscribed on them with visual arts, theatre, poetry, play and movement. They will also learn the art of palm reading. The performances take place on the 15th, 16th and 17th of November in Kirpilä Art Collection, in the frame of Baltic Circle Festival. The […]