In April, “Goldfish” comes to Narva. There are just a handful of festivals that have had such an enriched lifetime! Narva “Goldfish” is a unique Festival that lasts 6 days. There are no other such long-lasting school festivals in Estonia. Every day there are performances in various theatrical genres: fairy tales, puppet shows, classical performances, literary compositions, choreography, mime shows, philosophical stories, farces, musicals and others. “Goldfish” does not skimp on prises and gifts.
The European Social Economy Regions 2018 pilot has just been launched by Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs.
The key objective of the pilot is to raise awareness about social economy at regional and local level and encourage regions to set up networks of regional social economy stakeholders.
All runners will do well to mark down this date to start in the GDAŃSK MARATHON. The run’s route will lead through Gdańsk’s most recognisable and most attractive locations: the Main Town with Długa Street, the Long Market (Długi Targ) with the Fountain of Neptune, Solidarity Square, the European Solidarity Centre, Energa Gdańsk Stadium, Amber Expo and the Ronald Reagan Seaside Park.
Runners can also participate in the Get Active at the Marathon campaign, a series of preparation exercises under the supervision of experienced trainers and instructors free-of-charge.
Campaign addressed to the people of Gdańsk and tourists alike. Make sure to spend this special weekend at the restaurants and cultural institutions, chiefly in the Main Town. All participating establishments will prepare a special menu where all gourmets can enjoy a half-price offer.
A project by the Łaźnia Centre for Contemporary Art held regularly since 2005. The Festival includes lectures, film screenings, concerts and an open international competition for the best video, experiments and documentaries.
A showcase of the most eminent works of early music, corresponding with the Easter holidays, as interpreted by the leading figures of historically informed performance from all over the world.
The idea for the Competition began with Gdańsk’s attempt to become the European Capital of Culture in 2016. The motto of Gdańsk’s candidacy was “Freedom of Culture, Culture of Freedom.”
The award aims at honouring and promoting phenomena in poetry that deal with one of the most crucial subjects for contemporary readers – freedom – and, at the same time, are characterized by outstanding artistic values
The world’s largest fair of amber, jewellery and gemstones, featuring jewellery collections, gemstones, Baltic amber jewellery, ornamental and functional items with amber, silver and gold jewellery with amber. Every year, AMBERIF’s crowning event is the Amber Look Gala when fashion designers team up with jewellers to present original collections made especially for that evening. Every AMBERIF sees the launch of Trendbook+, which is a forecast of the amber and art trends for the year.