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18.10
Wednesday
17:30
I killed my mother Reading Small stage
18.10
Wednesday
19:00
Froth on the daydream Klicperovo Divadlo/ Czechy Big stage Buy ticket
19.10
Thursday
17:30
Something hard Reading Small stage
19.10
Thursday
19:00
The sandman Vilniaus Teatras Lėlė/ Litwa Big stage Buy ticket
19.10
Thursday
20:15
Helver's night Teatr im. Stefana Jaracza/ Olsztyn Margines stage Buy ticket
20.10
Friday
17:30
A single wednesday Reading Small stage
20.10
Friday
19:00
Your Kindom Forte Company/ Węgry Big stage Buy ticket
21.10
Saturday
17:00
The wedding Teatr im. H.Ch. Andersena/ Lublin Small stage
21.10
Saturday
19:00
The Warsaw Sentimental Orchestra Live Concert Margines stage Buy ticket
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news

09/10/2017

Fairytale in the Aura Mall!

Fairytale in the Aura Mall!

Within the framework of the International Theater Festival DEMOLUDY-Nowa Europa, we presented in Aura Centrum Olsztyn the Czech fairytale by Bożena Nemcovej - "Salt more precious than gold".

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06/10/2017

The letter from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage

The letter from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage

"...Let us make this year’s edition of the Festival an opportunity for weighty reflections on the essence and bonds of our Central European community."

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20/06/2017

Workshop

Workshop

During the festival Jacek Wakar will conduct a workshop dedicated to drama criticism.

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Festival

DEMOLUDY IN NEW EUROPE
In 1945, among the cinders of World War II, our countries were placed in the
Soviet sphere of influence and began to be referred to as “demoludy”; the myth of a communist dawn had lost its lustre and revolutionary charm from the
beginning of 20th century. Not unlike all the myths of great empires, thousandyear-old Reichs, commonwealths of two or three nations, Mitteleuropa, Pan-Slavism or the High Porte – also this one was shattered by history… Emperors, monarchs and dictators were losing. Their sick ambitions cost thousands or even millions of lives. Has anything remained? Has something survived until today?
Yes! Art and Culture! Despite censorship, prisons and camps – thought, poetry
and metaphor flourished. Just like in our DEMOLUDY. Pearls of literature,
dramaturgy, poetry and theatre were born despite oppression or maybe because they grew on historical fertilizer provided by coarse reality. Some kind of cultural “genetic code” of our part of NEW EUROPE was in the making. The
direction was set by Hrabal and Havel in Czech Republic, Ota Pawel in Slovakia, Imre Kertesz in Hungary, Pasternak, Achamatova and Madelsztam in Russia, in every corner of the enslaved world – in ours as well – Mrożek, Różewicz, Kantor or Grotowski… During subsequent editions of International Theatre Festival DEMOLUDY – NEW EUROPE, Olsztyn and our beautiful Jaracz Theatre welcome distinguished artists from faraway lands: Serbia, Bosnia, Moldova, Kosovo – and we are able to understand them! We also host artists from neighbouring Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Russia – and despite the fact that our governments, civil servants and business people have problems with finding common ground – we, theatre-goers, feel as close to them as if they came from Biskupiec or Pisz.
We share common historical experiences and a sense of humour – as a means of defence against giving up our fight for dignity; we skilfully read metaphors in the nexus of our woes, fears and anxieties; we have a penchant for using allegory – this antidote to authoritarian inclinations of the powers that be… all powers! We can understand one another! Often without words, but with tears in our eyes.
After “demoludy” performances we embrace our Brothers in Art thanking them
for the experiences, which are so close to us.
Yes. The myth of demoludy as the imperial sphere of influence has fortunately
crumbled. But the myth of DEMOLUDY culture in NEW EUROPE is thriving.
You’re invited to the Theatre for the Festival. See for yourselves…

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