• € 6.66

    2 April 2014

    Colibri Publishing reissues one of the most widely read French authors - Frederic Beigbeder and his famous novel 9.99. The actual title is € 6.66 and storyline mocking the deceptive world of the advertising industryi is translated by Krassimir Petrov.
  • Svetlin Roussev

    1 April 2014

    On the first day of April we invite you to enjoy the magnificent Symphony № 7 by Beethoven performed by virtuoso Svetlin Roussev. The concert is part of the European Music Festival, and the program contains works for violin of the great Niccolo Paganini. In Bulgaria Hall, 7.30pm, 10/15/20/25/30/35BGN.
  • Tricky

    31 March 2014

    If you have not learned yet, Tricky and his band will visit Sofia for the second time (Hall 3 of the NPC, April 9th​​, 7pm). We are excited not only for the chance to hear live his latest album, False Idols, but also because we know that the British musician will make at least a few killer covers. The promotional tickets are 35BGN and the others are 40 and 45BGN.
  • Books Club

    30 March 2014

    Sunday book club organized by Girls from the City gathers for a second time and is full of surprises. For a start Georgi Gospodinov will speak on the topic Literature and empathy, then it is time for the traditional exchange of books, which gives you a chance to get some new authors. Treats and drinks will be on high level, and for children there is a separate area with games. The place is Rakovsky 127, the time - 6pm and the price - 20 BGN per adult.
  • Airport

    29 March 2014

    This year the ceremony of the awards Icarus caused rush of anticipation among the nominees, but one of the major award winners was known months ago. The actor Stephen Mavrodiev received the award for outstanding creative contribution - fully deserved. You can see him in several recent productions of Mladezhki Teatar, but we have chosen for you Airport - April 9 at 7pm.
  • Giselle

    28 March 2014

    Another one of the jewels of the Royal Opera House in London is now available for Bulgarian fans of classical music and ballet, thanks to the magic of cinema. Romantic dance performance Giselle (in production of Sir Peter Wright) takes the screens of Arena Mladost and Arena West on March 30 at 4.00 pm, but do not wait until the last moment for tickets. They are waiting for you on kinoarena.com.
  • Kismet

    27 March 2014

    It turns out that the Turkish series are a phenomenon not only in Bulgaria but in the entire world. The film of Nina Maria Paskalidu Kismet explores the inspiration that this series bring to ordinary people and the way they change their fates.
    Only in Dom na kinoto at 4.30pm.
  • Storytellers League

    26 March 2014

    After a half year break the literary event Storytellers League returns - this time in Opera Cafe (at the Opera, of course). The new edition is this Wednesday at 19:30, the theme is Trading Places, and the exact rules of engagement are waiting to facebook profile of the League.
  • Karl Jenkins

    25 March 2014

    photo John Downing

    British contemporary classical music is relatively unknown, so it is very nice that within the European Music Festival we will hear the work The Armed Man - Mass for Peace by Karl Jenkins. In Bulgaria Hall, at 7.30.
  • Liubomir Rozenshtain

    24 March 2014

    We know greatness of Rila, but in the photographs of Lubomir Rosenstein the mountain becomes even more magical and impressive. You can check out his exhibition Rila. Mountain Living in SOHO (Iskar 4) until April 25. The opening is at 7.30pm.
  • A Thousand Times Good Night

    23 March 2014

    Sofia Film Fest continues and and our Sunday proposal is the northern drama A Thousand Times Good Night - a film about war, incurable sores and family. In Euro Cinema at 9 pm.
  • Beloslava

    22 March 2014

    We love to listen Beloslava's songs in winter, but her music sounds amazing in warmer seasons. In her Spring Edition live in Sofia Live Club (on Saturday), she will perform some classics plus a few brand new songs.
  • Penko Gelev

    21 March 2014

    Last year, the story of The Magic Flute and the thematic music of Mozart were gathered in a magnificent book edition, complemented by the outstanding illustrations of Penko Gelev. Even if you do not have the book until 22 April you can see all the fabulous illustrations, drawings and sketches of Gelev the National Art Gallery. Hooray!
  • The Great Beauty

    20 March 2014

    One of the undoubted highlights of this year's Sofia Film Fest is The Great Beauty subtle beauty of Paolo Sorrentino - tale of Rome, the love of women and intelligent cynicism. Wach it at the Odeon at 9pm.
  • Re: Tsvetana Maneva

    19 March 2014

    This is your penultimate chance to jump off to Rubber Gallery to view the exhibition Re: Tsvetana Maneva dedicated to the great Bulgarian actress. Then the gallery will still be there, but the photos of Maneva will not be and they worth it.
  • Book presentation

    18 March 2014

    Tea House presents the new poetic book by Ivaylo Dobrev, A Bird in the Keyhole - at 6.30pm.
  • La Traviata

    16 March 2014

    Music by Giuseppe Verdi is a welcome - always and everywhere. Particularly atat the National Opera and Ballet, so precisely there on Saturday night will be played the eternal La Traviata. If there are no tickets left, do not waste time and grab some from for the show on April 23.
  • The great derby

    15 March 2014

    Last Saturday there was a derby, but because of the new format of the Bulgarian Cup - this Saturday there willl be another CSKA-Levski game! After the hellish stress and frustration on 8 March (6 red cards and one more goal for CSKA), now the giants of football go for another crucial game! If you do not want to spend money on ticket, watch it live on TV7 4:15pm.
  • Nymphomaniac

    14 March 2014

    You know him - Lars von Trier is lovely and heartfelt-perverse. His latest work - Nymphomaniac is no exception and coincidentally triggered the controversy, receiving high marks from the critics. The film is an too long, so it is divided into two parts, the second of which you can see on Friday in NDK (Hall 1) at 8.30pm.
  • Agatha Christie

    17 March 2014

    Era Publishing completes a series of Agatha Christie with two new titles - The Secret of the Manor and Third Girl. Intrigue, as usual, revolves around several mysterious murders and striking deductive abilities detective Hercule Poirot.