Theatre / Cinema
- November 6, 2012
Kings of the Dance is a unique ballet blockbuster, featuring world ballet stars. Five leading dancers from world’s best theatres will come together on one stage to perform unique pieces, created exclusively for the project. Kings of the Dance is one of the most successful dance projects, according to Parter.ua.
- November 9–18, 2012
The second annual Ukrainian and Polish travelling festival of cinema BO will take place in Lviv on November 9-18, 2012. The festival promotes cooperation between Ukrainian and Polish artists and spreads awareness about cinematographic projects in the two countries. The word bo is Ukrainian for because. It represents the following philosophy: “Because… we love Ukraine. Because… we love Poland. Because… we love cinema. Because… it’s the truth. Because… cinema is eternal.”
- November 14–17, 2012
For two days in November the western Ukrainian city of Lviv will host the XII Opera Festival, dedicated to the 140th anniversary of the renowned opera singer Solomia Krushelnytska. The festival will feature performances by leading singers from around the world. They will perform the main arias from the operas in which Solomia Krushelnytska once sang.
- November 15, 2012
For the 12th time Ukrainian movie lovers will have a chance to view a selection of UK’s best films. All seven films presented in the 2012 New British Film Festival program have been shot recently.
- November 16–18, 2012
The western Ukrainian city of Lviv continues its young tradition of holding excursions around the city at an unconventional hour – in the dead of night. Night in Lviv featuring over 100 free night excursions, performances, theatrical shows, and other events begins in Lviv on Friday, November 16th, 2012.
- November 22–24, 2012
Grishkovets made his first appearance on Russia’s theatre stage a little over thirteen years ago and never left the hearts of his loyal fans. Since then Grishkovets became famous as a writer dramatist, stage director, actor and musician far beyond Russia’s borders.
- November 24, 2012
Cinema Caffee in Kharkiv challenges everyone in town on November 24th to participate in a cinema marathon. Just like the iconic 1990s TV series Highlander, the cinema marathon in Kharkiv states that, in the end, there can be only one! The winner will be the last participant who stays awake. The prize is UAH 10,000.