It’s Thursday, and time for our report about the cultural and entertainment events coming up in the next few days.
Event: Belgrade Manifest
Time: 25th to 27th May
The Belgrade Manifest is the biggest regional family festival. This year’s festival offers various attractions including tourist, culture, beauty, health, entertainment for children, film screenings, concerts, workshops, performances, promotions, and beer, wine and gastronomic tastings, to cater for everyone tastes. The festival is divided into 10 zones and the has five stages. Admission is free. For more information, please click here.
Event: 300th performance of “Cigani Lete u Nebo”
Place: Terazije Theatre
Time: 26th May
The iconic musical “Cigani Lete u Nebo” premiered in 2004, and since, then it was seen by over 200,000 people at the Terazije Theatre plus by the audiences during the many of the musical’s guest appearances. “Cigani Lete u Nebo” is a story about freedom and forbidden love between the horse thief and the beautiful Gypsy. Actors Ivan Bosiljcic and Milena Vasic play the main roles. Apart from Bosiljcic and Vasic, Ljiljana Stjepanović, Ivana Knežević, Dragan Vujić Vujka, Miroljub Turajlija and Duško Radović, also play in the musical with the support from the ballet, choir and orchestra of the Terazije Theater (close to 90 stage performers all together).
Event: Baby EXIT
Place: Petrovaradin Fortress
Time: 26th and 27th May
For the past 15 years, the Baby EXIT Festival has been promoting cultural and artistic creativity of children of Serbia and the region. The aim of the Festival is to promote real European values among children and youth through numerous cultural and creative programmes. The Festival has five stages and over thirty themed locations. Housed in century-long trenches, walls, walkways and viewing platforms at one of the largest fortresses in Europe, Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad, over 3,000 individuals and organizations participate in the festival which, last year, attracted around 45,000 visitors.
Photo credits: Pozoriste na Terazijama, Beogradski manifest, Superdete.com
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