Kate McIntosh and Rabih Mroué return to Baltic Circle festival
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The board of Q-teatteri ry has appointed Hanna Parry Artistic Director of Baltic Circle Festival starting from 2020. She has worked broadly within performing arts both locally and internationally in programming and production.
During the festival week, you can find a little festival shop at Cirko! The selection consists books and magazines and most of the publications are by our festival artists or relate otherwise to the performances. Take a look!
You can see all of the festival programme here, where we will update the ticket situation and eventual changes!
At every day of the festival week there’s plenty of free program! Below you can find the workshops, discussions and club nights – among other things.
Baltic Circle’s communication assistant Jannika Lalu took the tube to Kulosaari and met with people behind the piece Thresholds. A research project that gained some attention in the media a few years back, examining the uncanny experiences of people in everyday settings, takes a new form in a performance by a pan-Nordic group of artists. The piece, which is located in a soon-to-be-torn-down mall, calls for gentleness and openness in front of the strange.
We are recruiting a new Artistic Director who will program the festival from 2020 onwards. Applications by November 30. The position requires good knowledge of local and international context of theatre and performing arts.
Baltic Circle’s festival brochures have now been delivered to libraries, coffee shops and other nice places around Helsinki and Espoo. Check out the nearest distributor from the list and pick up your own copy. You can also browse the brochure online.
Baltic Circle is looking for volunteers!