The Cultural Center of Cluj (CCC) provides cultural vouchers to 1st year students from the city. The voucher gives you free access to some cultural events in Cluj, which normally are for cost. ZUG.zone`s events are part of the program too.
Who is eligible?
This first edition, which is part of the program named Inclujiune, is adressed to 1st year students from Cluj’s universities.
Váróterem Projekt and Zug is looking forward to see you in November offering a variety of events and shows!
We will perform the latest show of our company titled Fishez twice: on November the 3rd and the 20th join us to experience a show constructed by the means of devised method coordinated by Krisztina Sipos. On the 14th of November we will perform once again Unpredicted directed by Ferenc Sinkó.
We will also perform shows dedicated to our young audience members: Bánk Bán?Jelen!, Dragon Works and Qkac (Worm). The last one is based on Dániel Varró’s love poem cycle using the structure of the cildren’s song Boci-boci tarka and it will take place on the 9th of November at ZUG. Bánk Bán?Jelen! will be performed at Turda and Dragon Works at the Puck Puppet Theater.
The International Theatre Festival (ITF) SkupiFestival was established in the premises of the N.I. Albanian Theatre – Skopje, in November 2007. The same year, the first festival edition took place under the motto “Play to be”. The festival offers a significant encounter with performances from abroad, offering a view into the innovative, eager to risk, and progressively thinking theater of nowadays. The festival program consists of performances where the new tendencies in the theater are not a sole artistic purpose but are going hand in hand with initiating critical thinking on socially and politically challenging issues.