Festival Baltoscandal gives a glimpse of the future
Biennial festival Baltoscandal takes place 6-9 July in Rakvere, Estonia. The oldest performing arts festival in the Baltics and one of the largest in the region brings together performers from Estonia, Europe and the world.
The festival presents innovative and non-mainstream theatrical forms. Artistic director of the festival Priit Raud has put together an intriguing program that includes 13 performances, various art projects and a film program. Every day eˉlektron.signal conducts artist talks (free admission).
- Igor Cardellini, Tomas Gonzalez (SUI): Golden age
- LP Demers, Bill Vorn (CAN): Inferno
- Henri Hütt, Jan Teevet (EST): First Dance. Last time. Rakvere
- Stefan Kaegi/Rimini Protokoll (GER): Uncanny Valley
- Mart Kangro, Juhan Ulfsak, Eero Epner (EST): It Stays As It Is
- Jaha Koo/CAMPO (KOR/BEL): The History of Korean Western Theatre
- Maria Metsalu (EST): The Well
- Kim Noble/CAMPO (UK/BEL): Lullaby For Scavengers
- Liisa Saaremäel, Emer Värk (EST): Destination Unknown 12HMR
- Alessandro Sciarroni (ITA): Save the Last Dance for Me
- Ene-Liis Semper ja Tiit Ojasoo (EST): 72 Days
- Franck Vigroux (FRA): Flesh
- Franck Vigroux, Kurt d’Haeseleer (FRA/BEL): The Island (live A/V)
- Inga Salurand, Liis Vares, Bohdana Korohod, Daria Khrystych (EST/UKR): Anthropologies of Space - free admission
- Renzo van Steenbergen, Kristjan Pütsep (NLD/EST): Portaal (installation) - free admission
- Milo Rau (SUI): The New Gospel (film)
- Gisèle Vienne (FRA): JERK (film)
Single ticket is 16 €, serial ticket 11 € (when buying 5 or more tickets). For students and elderly the discounted ticket is 12 €. Film tickets are 5 €. A free festival bus is available from Tallinn to Rakvere every day during the festival.
Full program: https://www.baltoscandal.ee/en