Kanuti Gildi SAAL's 18th season.
Spring is here. The programme of Kanuti Gildi SAAL will continue in full throttle and be as versatile as expected.
In the very beginning of March we are finishing Freiraum project in collaboration with Goethe Institute and as a part of it we have invited the legendary performance “Death is Certain” by Eva Meyer-Keller to Kanuti Gildi SAAL. In addition it’s an honour to welcome Joanna Warsza first time in Tallinn, who will introduce her extraordinary Munich public art project and book connected to that. At the same time Erik Alalooga will sum up his residency.
Also the educative collaboration project with the Estonian National Opera and MIMproject is coming to an end in March and with that the production “Estonian History. A Nation Born of Shock” will have it’s last performance. Last chance to see it!
Once again there’s an opportunity to enjoy the spectacular performance “Workshop” by Mart Kangro, Juhan Ulfsak and Eero Epner. Kinoteater’s production “Gesamtkunstwerk¹”, which successfully premiered recently, is also in the program next to them.
In between there is the popular and wild short format festival Made in Estonia marathon, which is held already for the 12th time.
After that we are coming to our second premiere of this year - Kädi Metsoja’s mystically physical “tegeele”, which by the author’s characteristics connects contemporary circus and dance.
Following the guest performances by theatre Must Kast, students will conquer the house. We are hosting the students of Tallinn University and Helsinki Theatre University. The end of April and the beginning of May are dedicated to music and sound arts. In April one can enjoy the concerts of Ensemble U: and improvisational music series Improtest, as well as in the beginning of May the concerts of Estonian Music Days.
Thanks to Estonian Cultural Endowment the residencies of Püha Vaimu SAAL will continue. In March Judith Parts and Jari Matsi will experiment, followed by Henri Hütt and Tencu in April.
To add the European theatre and festival tours of Iggy Lond Malmborg and Adriano Wilfert Jensen, it is clear that the beginning of spring will be exciting, gripping and abundant.
See you at the theatre!