• Bulgarian Czechs in Sofia - Virtual Tour

    21 February 2021

    Within 60 minutes from Bohemian Sofia we are told about some of the most remarkable personalities of Czech origin, who lay the foundations in the development of the young Bulgarian capital. We learn about the life and work of the first city architect Antonin Vaclav Kolar, the entrepreneurs Proshek brothers and their families, the historian and politician Konstantin Irecek, as well as the first director of the Drawing School Jan Markvichka. Login from here on February 21 at 7pm for 10BGN.
  • Hysterika & Be Duende Pop-Up Market

    20 February 2021

    The multidisciplinary platforms Hysterika and Be Duende join forces and invite you to their first event, dedicated to design, illustration, ceramics, fashion, jewelry, music, books, which will take place on the symbolic dates of February 20 and 21, 2021 in the space of KO-OP (17 Yanko Sakazov Str.).
  • H2O - The Dance of the Drops

    19 February 2021

    Tsvetan Stoyanov looks at the endless riches of water and its beauty in drops of different shapes. This is a new stage of a long-term author's idea, which he has realized in a series of solo exhibitions over the last ten years. " The drawings in this project are executed in a monochrome range, which is enlivened with geometric color accents. These bright spots contrast with the small and detailed shapes that form the dance of the drops. In this way, I make sense of the value of water and its cosmic significance " says the artist. The exhibition is in the gallery Depoo until March 5.
  • Untraditional Duet Vol.4

    18 February 2021

    Hristina Beleva (reed) and Dimitar Gorchakov (piano) are two fortune seekers. Their music is original in the field of jazz and it intertwines folklore motifs from folk songs and music of the moment. We listen to them online on February 18 from 19:30 here , and the recording will be uploaded to YouTube.
  • Love is in the air: Andy Warhol, Picasso and Borce Ristowski enter Oborishte 5

    17 February 2021

    This is an exhibition about the love of art and the beauty of life. It houses works by some of the world's favorite modernists such as Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol, current names from America and Britain & ndash; Stephen Wilson, Hunt Slonum and The Conner Brothers , as well as some of the most beloved contemporary Bulgarian artists & ndash; Professor Gredi Assa, Huben Cherkelov, Borche Ristovski. The latter uses the walls in the lobby of the gallery to make an art installation with the world symbol of love - the heart. The expo is at Oborishte 5 until March 6.
  • Civilisation Not Understood

    16 February 2021

    Texts by Zahariy Stoyanov, Stoyan Mihaylovski, Elin Pelin and Naiden Sheitanov were used. But don't think that the action takes place somewhere very far in time, or that you won't find similarities with the characters. We are watching on February 16 at 19:00 in the Zad Kanala Small City Theatre.
  • Virtual Journey: Antarctica - Reaching the End of the World

    15 February 2021

    How do you get to the coldest, windiest and most dangerous place on the planet? What secrets does the Ice Continent hide? How do you live in these harsh conditions? Are there plants and volcanoes in Antarctica? We understand on February 15 from 19:00 without entry through event page on the Facebook .
  • The creators - in love and inspired - Virtual tour

    14 February 2021

    Within 60 minutes on February 14 at 15:00 from Bohemian Sofia they tell about four families who live and work together. The heroes of the story are the poets Pencho Slaveykov and Mara Belcheva, the photographers Dimitar and Raina Karastoyanovi, the artists Vasil and Zhana Gendovi and the writers Chavdar and Fani Popova Mutafovi. We get tickets from here, and for details we follow Bohemian Sofia page on Facebook.
  • Broadcast of the show "Sound and Light"

    13 February 2021

    If you are traveling on February 13 Veliko Tarnovo is the ideal destination, especially when it welcomes its guests with an impressive light show. The best view is the observation hall with a panoramic terrace, located behind the Cathedral Rozhdestvo Blagorodichno. Tickets are BGN 15 for adults and BGN 7 for children under 7, reserving one after a phone call +359 885 080865.
  • Piano recital by Maria-Desislava Stoycheva

    12 February 2021


    11 February 2021

    "Have you ever tried to understand the conversation of the women at the next table?" asks Lisa Shopova. "He jumps from topic to topic like a crazy remote that quickly changes TV channels and you seem to be in China and not a polyglot. If you find neither logic nor meaning, then in all probability you are a man." she continues, to suggest that we will watch a one-man show for those female thoughts that are like a foreign language for the opposite sex. We are watching at Aleko Konstantinov Satirical Theatre on February 11 at 7:30pm.
  • Lyuben Domozetski: BLOOM

    10 February 2021

    We know Lyuben and his 6 moments from our section for artists, and is now set with the exhibition BLOOM in Little Bird Place , which follows the same genre-ideological line from his first solo exhibition there - scientific illustrations and experiments with scientific illustration.
  • The Salt of the Earth

    9 February 2021

    The documentary portrait of photographer Sebastiao Salgado, whose body of work reflects an undiminished hope in human civilisation, is grounded in his longstanding career as a photojournalist. For the last forty years, the photographer Sebastiao Salgado has been travelling through the continents, in the footsteps of an ever-changing humanity. He has witnessed some of the major events of our recent history; international conflicts, starvation and exodus. Salgado's heart-wrenching photos of human tragedies have been featured globally, but Salgado has also been blamed for exploiting the victims for his own gains. Sebastiao Salgado's life and work are revealed to us by his son, Juliano, who accompanied him during his last travels, and by Wim Wenders, himself a photographer and great lover of black and white photography. We are going at Dom na kinoto on Fabruary 9 at 7pm.
  • A Body, Tossed at An Angle in The Horizon

    8 February 2021

    Ever since she started the Panik Buton company, Vasilena Radeva (who took Askeer for her debut in 2010 and Icarus for Nordost - a tale of destruction) has been fixating on "talking about the pain of the day with theater language." That's why over the past two years, she came out with the domestic violence performance The Blue Beard - Marriage Without a Tale and an interactive show about the environmental crisis Society for the Prevention of Garbage Monsters. Her new project now grows from the true stories of four women who have heard the words "you have cancer", which tells the scene in the form of authorial interpretations. We listen to them carefully - just as the person who shared with us his emotions from such a dark episode of life needs to be heard. We are watching at Azaryan Theatre on February 8 at 7pm.
  • Virtual Journey: Japan - The Eastern Sword Come True

    7 February 2021

    Ani's trip to Japan is unusual. At first glance, it sounds like a real dream come true - she was invited to make a film about her and the Japanese paintings she made. The adventure she embarks on is very unusual, with interesting meetings and secret corners of different cities, nice people and strange events. All her meetings and experiences help her to reach a much deeper understanding of the way of life and thinking of the Japanese people. Together with her we go through Fukushima, Shiga, Tokyo, Kyoto on February 7 from 19:00 live on the Facebook page Virtual Travels Worldwide .
  • Museum tours in Square 500

    6 February 2021

    The permanent exhibition of the National Gallery presents the most significant examples of Bulgarian fine arts, works by European masters, art from Asia, Africa and Latin America. In a series of museum tours, we learn the story of some of the more than 1,600 works located in 28 halls of Square 500 . We go there on February 6 from 16:00.
  • Pencho Georgiev

    5 February 2021

    For the short period in which he painted, Pencho Georgiev left a significant artistic heritage. Everyday life is present in his paintings through numerous images of families and mothers, funeral rites, homeless wanderers, street musicians, noisy cabaret and accordionists. However, the basis of his creative interest remains the theater. In it the artist sees the full opportunity to combine the skills of graphics and painting with the magic of the stage, actively participating in the technical implementation of the decor. His paintings are at Sofia City Art Gallery until March 7.
  • 12 seconds in Tokyo

    4 February 2021

    12 seconds in Tokyo or 12 fragments of life in Tokyo is the title of the first solo photographic exhibition of the traveler Boyan Simeonov. He has documented more than 35 countries around the world with his lens, but is impressed by Japan's enigma, which inspires the exhibition. Tokyo is one of the most remarkable cities of modern times. An unimaginable giant, whose shadow, however, hides the ordinary individual. The 12 fragments of life in Tokyo are dedicated to people we rarely see. Walk through the black and white corridors of the city, where the neon lights stop flashing for 12 seconds. The Gifted is until February 28th.
  • A Virtual Tour: Capitals of Scandinavia

    3 February 2021

    Scandinavia is not only a geographic region but also a way of life, luscious nature, infinite beauty, dreamy landscapes and an elegant taste for design, ranked among the happiest place in the world. Let’s start getting to know this mysterious part of Europe by visiting the three capital cities: Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm. We will admire Norwegian Viking ships, understand the Danish concept of hygge, discover the wonderful venue where the Noble prizes are awarded every year in Stockholm and much more. Join the event on Zoom and Facebook on February 3 at 4:45 p.m.
  • The White Rat

    2 February 2021

    The White Rat is a theatrical diptych in which the actors are given the opportunity to interpret the two dramatic roles in a unique way, placing themselves in the position of both characters. We are at Sfumato Theatre on February 2 at 7pm.

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