• Afro Party

    19 October 2019

    If you don't get to the workshops with her this weekend at Studio Dance Zone, no worries. On October 19, Byshara Shokolate, a hip-hop, modern jazz, step and dancehall dancer and choreographer, enters the African party at the V parka hall as a special guest. Entrance is 10BGN, the start at 21:30, before and after Byshara the dancefloor will be heated by Kin Riddimz, Ester & Viks, Yambadon, DJ Kizombie and dancer Maria Kossa.
  • Zachary The Painter

    10 October 2019

    This Bulgarian opera, written by Pavel Spasov in 1957, is inspired by the life of the artist and revivalist Zachary Zograf and, although he does not follow his biography quite accurately, tells of his tragic romance with his brother Christian's wife. It premieres on October 11 and 13 at the Sofia Opera and Ballet.
  • Roller Bounce

    16 October 2019

    You keep your balance in roller skates(with mandatory silicone wheels) in Mixtape 5 when Ramsey Hercules breaks with disco, funk and soul pieces, so you can totally feel like you are in an American movie. The tour starts at 7pm on October 16th for 5BGN at the entrance, with the moving shoes being yours.
  • ACT Festival for Independent Theater

    10 October 2019

    The ACT Festival for Independent Theater raises degrees from October 18 to October 23 and brings together four foreign performances and the best of our contemporary dance and performance scene. The program begins with the performance of Burn by the Dutch group United Cowboys at 19:00 at the Red House.
  • Licitus

    17 October 2019

    The graphic novel by Victoria Staykova is named after a spacecraft in which the main characters meet between galaxies. The book is awarded by Atlantic Press and it's also a study into the special link between science fiction and illustration. Soon Victoria will tell us more personally, but if you are already curious, go meet her at the opening at KO-OP on October 17th at 19:00.
  • Fuckup Nights

    15 October 2019

    It's not malicious to want to know in detail where someone else has gone wrong - it's a life lesson. The bell beats at 18:30 at the National Student House on October 15, we hear how they fucked up and what we can learn from their failures from screenwriter Theo Chepilov, journalist Mirolyuba Benatova, HR Yana Valchanova and entrepreneur Georgi Naydenov. Get a ticket for 10BGN from epaygo.bg.
  • BAS opens doors

    12 October 2019

    We're not saying to invade their labs in October 12th, but go through the free entrance for the day in the Botanical garden and four museums - archeological, natural science, ethnographic or anthropological. On the occasion of this holiday BAS invites us to watch golden treasures, seal monk, village life and culture - to connect the dots with your interests is the only thing which is expected of you.
  • Malko Tarnovo Street

    14 October 2019

    It is only 60 meters long but it hides memories of Roman times, the Renaissance, the beloved bar of tzar Boris III and the cells of the State Security from the Socialist era. All the facts and legends from the history of this small street will be told by the interactive project Street of Time, that was under construction all summer long, while Malko Turnovo was being renovated. All of this is now ready for us to review and evaluate - on October 14th at 18:30 at the After 5 bar on that same address.
  • Rakovski 127

    11 October 2019

    If this address reopens a hole in your heart, left there after the club Jules Verne closed it's doors, do not bleed - now enters a new life. Three evenings by FAZA, a project for electronic music, will come October 10th, 11th and 12th (after 10pm) with an sound system so important they've given it's name - Danley Sound Labs. Anyway we all will meet us with sets from people like Raredub, Algorithm and Margg Names.
  • Rudi Ninov

    10 October 2019

    Gravity only works when you look down, says artist Rudy Ninov. He will try to convince us with objects and painting in an exhibition in Vaska Emanuilova. The artist himself, born in Teteven in 1992, is most excited about "the language of animation ... the plasma body, the animated line and the ideas of totemism and animism." We fall into orbit at the opening on October 10 from 6:00 pm.
  • Sofia tomorrow

    9 October 2019

    "A compact, versatile and adaptable city that manages its resources with skill and involves citizens in decisions for the future" - this is how Vision for Sofia sees things in 2050. After a long line of problems and solutions for everything from traffic through administration to the aesthetics of our environment, the project shows his findings in an exhibition with the help of powerful designers and artists - in Largo until November 30.
  • Arch. Kengo Kuma

    8 October 2019

    photo Daici Ano

    You may not have heard of him, but this is just for now - Kengo Kuma is working on a stadium project for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, which we will all be watching in 2020. However, you can shake his hand for free Tuesday - on October 8th at 7:00 pm the master of Japanese traditional architecture, who works wonders of wood and piles prize on a prize, is at UACEG with a lecture, an exhibition and a student workshop.
  • Czech-Bulgarian jazz evening

    7 October 2019

    The Czech Center at 8:00 pm will hear the Czech trio Treetop, who show their own interpretations of jazz with a mix of classical, folk and contemporary music. Company of our ears will be also made by the Bulgarians Y Jazz Quintet.
  • Cinelibri: Boy erased

    6 October 2019

    Garard Conley's autobiography, written in Sofia, tells how his family (in the movie played by Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe) sends him to a Christian camp that will try to make him heterosexual. Along with the 20:00 screening in Lumiere, we also meet Garard himself.
  • World astronomy day

    5 October 2019

    If you are excited about where the stars are born and want to hear about the strange magnetic field of Mercury, you are on the right lines. Such topics are included in short, easy-to-read lectures on October 5, when we visit the Sofia Observatory in the Borisova Garden all night. From 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm we also watch astro demonstrations, a photo exhibition, observe celestial bodies with a telescope, ask questions and generally celebrate the cosmos.
  • 26 September 2019

    On the second day of the Youth Fair festival we become part of the PURE project of choreographer Hristian Bakalov where each viewer is individually immersed in a series of situations and experiences that stimulate their imagination and perception of reality. The audience becomes a participant, passing through different spaces, in which visual and sensory compositions are activated by his physical presence. How this works, find out for yourself (and for free) on October 2 between 2pm and 10pm at the Mladezhki Theater.
  • Niels Geybels

    4 October 2019

    He comes from Belgium and is simultaneously a musician, visual artist and curator of the boutique label Audio Visuals Atmosphere, which makes tapes with his collages on top. All these faces of Nils arrive here for a three-day exhibit at the Bare Hands Society (October 4-6, opening at 7:00 pm) and a party with the ambient / drone project Sequences and various local guests on October 5 at 8:00 pm at Fabrika Avtomonia for a donation of your choice.
  • Sofia Blading III

    3 October 2019

    Not so much to show off skills as to surround yourself with people with your obsession - with this idea, the festival invites everyone with an interest in blades to meet big names from the world, compete, watch movies, or send their child to their first lesson. Admission is free of charge and the schedule, scattered between Five High, Switch, city streets and October 3-5 dates, is on Sofia Blading's Facebook page.
  • Fireflies run

    1 October 2019

    The fireflies are us if we put on a light on October 1 and run together 5km along the Borisov highway with start and finish at Lake Ariana. The start is at 8pm and the check-in is an hour earlier on site for a charity fee of (at least) $ 10, which goes to the Synergy Foundation and the better life of the blind in our country.
  • Homosoc

    30 September 2019

    Where did gay Bulgarians find each other through communism? And how did the regime treat them? The GLAS Foundation and the European Cultural Foundation gather with historians, sociologists, curators and artists to dig up everything on the subject: from dirty facts about criminal acts and attempts to "cure" gay people to the point where homosexuality is decriminalized. The study enters Port A as an exhibition at 7pm on September 30 and remains there until October 13.