British dance films and 3D video installation at Varna Summer theatre festival

2 Jun
2011

If you happen to be in the city of Varna at the Black sea coast in June, do not miss one of Bulgaria`s top cultural events, The 19th Intrenational theatre festival Varna Summer.

For British art devotees, the festival prepares a selection of British dance films and 3D video installation exhibitions from June 4 2011.

Billy Cowie, a Scottish choreographer and director, will present his 3D video installation Stereoscopic Trilogy, a sequence of three installations, to be displayed in Varna Archaelogical Museum (41 Maria-Luiza Blvdr.). Cowie is in Bulgaria at the invitation of British Council. The works can be seen on Saturday, June 4 at 4 pm and on Sunday, June 5, at 7 pm.

Stereoscopic Trilogy consists of three installations In the Flesh, The Revery Alone and Tango de Soledad.

British dance films can be seen as part of the Forward Motion project.† It is a collection of outstanding British screen dance works curated by experts into three programmes.
The idea of Forward Motion is to present a moving snapshot of Britainís prolific screen dance industry.

Artists’ Choice will be screened at Radio Varna (22 Primorski Blvdr.) on June 4, at 9 pm. Lloyd Newson’s The Cost of Living (2004), Rosemary Butcher`s Vanishing Point (2004) and Jonathan Burrows` Hands(1995) are some of the short films you can see.

British Council Bulgaria and Theatre Festival Varna prepare a poster exhibition showing the many events the two organisations have crated in 15 years.

The exhibition will be displayed from June 2 till June 12 at the foyer of† Varna Theatre Stoyan Bachvarov (1 Nezavisimost Sqr.).

“New works, new audiences” is the name of the British Council Bulgaria’s partner project, which helps professional UK artists to reach more people all over the world.

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