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First the word … “Oops!” A starry sky and a planet. Light and darkness. Earth and water. A cardboardbox. And something that grows. And something that barks. And somebody who quarrels. And somebody who holds everything carefully in a hand … A spacetravel to a place not far from here.

A dew-fresh, innovative performance by Paolo Nani Paolo Nani experiments this time with a quite original stage language, fusing theatre and visual art. In the show, the audience meets a lonesome character; a drawing-artist who seems to have shut himself forever inside small world that is made up of his studio. However, he cannot completely […]

Experiences and surprises for everyone in theatres and at street level ILT Festival 2023 is Aarhus’ international performance festival – presenting carefully selected performances in a wide range of genres, spanning everything from classical drama to dance, physical theatre, installations, puppetry and animation theatre, music and theatre concerts. The festival also features workshops, artist-talks and […]

DANISH+ is an international showcase presenting some of the best of contemporary professional Danish performing arts for children and youth.

In this fun and surprising performance, a charming, clown-like character maneuvers around with plastic buckets, which he ambitiously tries to place in different advanced geometric patterns.

Clay is the main material in this performance about creation and imprent.

門 Mon by Olga Szymula is inspired by the artists encounter with Japanese culture and the novel The Woman in the Sand by author Kobo Abe.

DON GNU/UNG GNU presents Limbo; an action packed danceperformance with humor and poetic language

We introduce Library – All This Coming and Going as part of the Aarhus Sound Arts Festival 2020 at Bassin 7 on Aarhus Ø.

In a tiny village, far north, lives a small group of people in brown dresses and black coats. They look down mostly. And because they look down, they have nothing to talk about and nothing to long for. But then there is Viola.