The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, which mixes folk traditions with modern dance, is bringing a new show to London inspired by the life of Franz Liszt.
A new play exploring the controversy surrounding Peter Handke’s Nobel Prize win and what it says about artistic responsibility.
Shpetim Selmani’s play about life under the Albanian communist regime features two interlinked narratives.
Jurij Zrnec plays the lead role in Diego de Brea’s staging of the classic Charlie Chaplin film about the rise fascism.
Playwright Doruntina Basha on her new play Stiffler, the prevalence of femicide in the Balkans and wider society, and the role that art can play in the feminist cause.
Finding himself in Turin for the final, UK-based dramaturg Tommo Fowler on the theatricality of this year’s Eurovision song contest entrants.
The ninth edition of the Mirëdita, Dobar Dan festival will take place in locations around Belgrade from 25th – 28th May.
Director Klaudia Piroli and performers Vlera Pylla and Enisa Hysa discuss their new show Pa Ze, feminism and what it is to be voiceless.
The life and legacy of the Yugoslav pop icon Lepa Brena explored through a quintet of interlinked monologues.
Jeton Neziraj’s play exploring clashing cultures, patriarchy and the west’s fascination with the phenomenon of the Sworn Virgin