On the occasion of May 9, Europe Day, as every year for the last two decades, the Delegation of the European Union to Serbia will organize a series of events in 10 cities in Serbia. The goal of this campaign is to promote the values on which the European Union and cooperation between Serbia and the EU are based.
DAH Théatre coordinate and invent an ARTISTIC CARAVAN that opens a door of artistic communication between Serbian citizens and several European cities. The European Delegation and DAH Théatre bring together artists and citizens from all over Europe with residents of Belgrade, Novi Sad, Nis, Subotica, Vrsac, Pirot, Valjevo, Uzice, Negotin, Kragujevac and Krusevac.
That Serbia is a part of Europe is also confirmed by this campaign, which indicates that it is not only its physical and geographical part, but also above all its cultural part. The campaign will offer citizens a number of interesting activities, and people across the country will be able to participate in various interesting activities, among others, the citizens of Serbia will have a “window” in several European cities.
The artists who will meet Serbian passers-by come from Ringkobing (Denmark), Marseille (France), Amsterdam (Holland), Dublin (Ireland), Berlin (Germany), Vienna (Austria), Rome (Italy), Sibiu (Romania), Brussels (Belgium), and Lisbon (Portugal).
Europe Day held on 9 May every year celebrates peace and unity in Europe. The date marks the anniversary of the historic Schuman declaration. At a speech in Paris in 1950, Robert Schuman, the then French foreign minister, set out his idea for a new form of political cooperation in Europe, which would make war between Europe’s nations unthinkable.
BUCHAREST NATIONAL THEATRE , RADU STANCA NATIONAL THEATRE SIBIU (ROUMANIE),
DAH TEATAR (SERBIE)
LUCAS SCHIEMER (AUTRICHE),
NICOLAS FONG (BELGIQUE),
NATACHA MARJANOVIC (PORTUGAL)
RITA SUPERBI (ITALIE),
SMASHING TIMES (IRLANDE),
JANA KORB – NARRATIVER ZIRKUS (ALLEMAGNE),
TEATRET OM (DANEMARK),VOIX POLYPHONIQUES (FRANCE),
ZID THEATRE (HOLLANDE)
"La Friche Belle de mai"
41 rue Jobin
13 003 Marseille
Adrien Bargin, Pierre Ciot, Caroline Dutrey, Thomas Lecercle, Vincent Lucas, Frank Seuret, Léa Torreadrado.