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 […]
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.
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.
Nettles invites you to explore the two extremes of the human journey: childhood and death.
In 1926, the British shoemaker Ab Solomons made a drawing on the back of his paycheck, which he then gave to his wife Celie. This ritual continued week by week formany years up until 1982, and Ab’s many unfiltered, loving drawings of Celie and their common everyday forms an insightful, warm and honest story about their long life together.
Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Hamlet has been interpreted and presented to us in thousands of versions. Exit gives us a completely new angle on the story.
Nevertheless, the old monk and his young apprentice walk
into the forest on an icy winter’s day
for they have heard about a wonderful miracle
that is almost too good
not to be true…
In collaboration with Swiss Trickter-P and Tasmanian Terrapin Puppet Theatre, Teatret Gruppe 38 inaugurates the new habour area of Aarhus OE .
Come on in, I’ll show you.
DANISH+ is an international showcase, presenting some of the best Danish performing arts for children and young people to theatre representatives from around the world.