Bulgarian Folklore Richness

Have any Question or Comment?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

RSS Festivals | The Guardian

  • All the fun of the fringe: the best comedy to see in Edinburgh, part two July 22, 2018
    The tricky subjects of identity politics, consent and mental health make for electric shows• The best comedy to see in Edinburgh, part one“Unless you can say in one media-friendly soundbite exactly what it is that you’re talking about and exactly what it is that you stand for, people lose interest.” Continue reading...
    Michael Hogan, Ralph Jones
  • All the fun of the fringe: the best comedy to see in Edinburgh, part one July 22, 2018
    A drag queen who impersonates Nicola Sturgeon, Gujurati home life and a truly terrible novelist… we meet the comics behind the hottest Edinburgh festival shows• The best comedy to see in Edinburgh, part twoSome of the most biting political satire at this year’s Edinburgh festival won’t come from ranting, right-on standups in sweaty basement venues. […]
    Michael Hogan, Ralph Jones
  • Glass trailer: M Night Shyamalan previews superhero film July 21, 2018
    Director to release much-anticipated sequel to 2000’s Unbreakable and 2016’s Split in January 2019M Night Shyamalan has unveiled the trailer for his upcoming superhero horror movie Glass.Shyamalan, who has directed films such as The Sixth Sense and Signs, will release the much-anticipated sequel to 2000’s Unbreakable and 2016’s Split in January next year. Related: Split […]
    Press Association in San Diego
  • For a 21st-century Proms, we must let the people clap when they want | Chi-chi Nwanoku July 20, 2018
    Fusty, dusty old rules about when to applaud need to be ditched if we’re ever to bring new audiences into classical musicIt’s the World Cup final. The ball has just smashed into the back of the net. But as some in the crowd rise to cheer, the referee orders them to be silent. The correct […]
    Chi-chi Nwanoku
  • East Wall review – Hofesh Shechter's dance army lays siege to Tower July 20, 2018
    Tower of London The Israeli choreographer led youth groups in an exhilarating open-air performance to celebrate the gory, glorious history of the city’s East EndIt sounds like a sterling idea for a community artwork: a collaboration between East London Dance, Hofesh Shechter Company, Historic Royal Palaces and Lift, who paired four choreographers with youth groups […]
    Sanjoy Roy
  • Ryan Gosling astronaut biopic First Man picked to open Venice film festival July 19, 2018
    Damien Chazelle’s film about Neil Armstong will premiere in Italy, with Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma chosen for New York film festival galaFirst Man, a biopic of the pioneering astronaut Neil Armstrong starring Ryan Gosling and directed by Damien Chazelle, has been confirmed as the opening film of the 2018 Venice film festival.The slot is a highly […]
    Andrew Pulver
  • Jay-Z in dispute with Philadelphia mayor over music festival July 19, 2018
    Mayor Jim Kenney softens stance after rapper reacts strongly to decision to move Made in America festival out of city centreJay-Z is embroiled in a dispute with the mayoral office of Philadelphia after it announced plans to change the location of his music festival, Made in America.On Tuesday, a representative for Mayor Jim Kenney said […]
    Ben Beaumont-Thomas
  • Festivalgoers urged to get MMR jab as measles infection rate soars July 17, 2018
    People who missed out owing to late 90s scare stories warned of increased risk in crowded placesFestivalgoers who missed the MMR vaccination 20 years ago have been urged to get the jab before the European festival season, after infection rates in England tripled in a year.It has been 20 years since the controversy surrounding the […]
    Nadia Khomami
  • Liverpool Biennial review – a beautiful, violent, explosive world July 16, 2018
    There are head-butts and gougings in the Quaker Peace Garden and a woman is being attacked at FACT. Thank goodness for Francis Alÿs’s delightfully calming paintings of his travels …What I remember best of the 10th Liverpool Biennial are the eruptions of violence. Strange for a city-wide biennial called Beautiful World, Where Are You? The […]
    Adrian Searle
  • Latitude festival – teenage fans bring energy to middle-class kingdom July 16, 2018
    Henham Park, SuffolkBig names like the Killers, alt-J and a surprise Liam Gallagher flounder, but there’s buried treasure from Nao, IAMDDB and Octavian lower down the billThis time next year, you might hear some album-of-the-decade buzz around Solange and her leftfield R&B masterpiece A Seat at the Table. But featherlight blues and sober reflection are […]
    Jazz Monroe