Do you believe in fairy tales?

The second international festival ‘Do you believe in fairy tales?’ will be implemented in the Rumenka Cultural Station, from 22 to 24 October. This year, the fairy tale as a phenomenon is the central motif of the festival and will be considered and explained through theatre and music, as well as through interactive creative workshops and an exhibition of art works.

Programme of the Festival:

FRIDAY 22 October

5 p.m. Performance of the young pianist Petra Spasojević 5.30 p.m. Performance of the ‘Rumenka’ choir 5:40 p.m. Performance of the dance group ‘Plesni studio’ of the Rumenka Cultural Centre 6 p.m. Children’s play ‘Fairy Tale of the Sun’, co-production of the drama studio ‘Teatrilo’ and the Rumenka Cultural Centre 6.45 p.m. Evening with fairy tales ‘Fairy tales exist so we don’t forget to fantasize’, lecture by Jasmina Pivnički, PhD

SATURDAY 23 October

5 p.m. Novi Sad Wind Quintet – Peter and the Wolf 5.30 p.m. Performance of the Russian theatre ‘Dar’: Tales of a rabbit cousin 6.40 p.m. Performance of the ‘Maximus’ theatre: ‘It’s not a small thing to be a snowflake’

SUNDAY 24 October

11 a.m. Exhibition of tapestries by ‘Atelier 61’ 11 a.m. Workshop for children ‘Making puppets for puppet theatre’, led by Darko Kovačovski from Bulgaria 1 p.m. Music closing of the festival

The organizer of the Festival is the Rumenka Cultural Centre, under the patronage of the City of Novi Sad and the ‘Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture’ Foundation.