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Wednesday 17 January 19:00
Rhinoceros (Ninasarvik)

Rhinoceros (Ninasarvik)

  • Ballet
  • Estonian National Museum

Dance production

Audiences will witness the story of a city where the inhabitants start turning into rhinos. This mysterious metamorphosis results in an entire town filled with these animals. Only a few people remain, and they, too, feel an inexplicable call…

 

Director-choreographer Mai Murdmaa
Cast Vanemuine Ballet

Wednesday 17 January 19:00
Memory 2018

Memory 2018

  • Concert
  • Paide Culture Centre
  • On tour

Beloved songs, actors and actresses, feelings, humour and much more…

Soloists Koit Toome, Lauri Liiv, etc
Master of the Ceremony Hannes Võrno
Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra and band

Conductor Martin Sildos

Thursday 18 January 19:00
Lucia di Lammermoor

Lucia di Lammermoor

  • Music
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor – the Romeo and Juliet of the Scottish Lowlands!

Musical director and conductor Paul Mägi
Director Roman Hovenbitzer

Lucia - Henriette Bonde-Hansen; Edgardo - Federico Lepre; Enrico - Jevgenij Chrebtov
Friday 19 January 12:00
Googelmoogledotcom (Guugelmuugelpunktkomm)

Googelmoogledotcom (Guugelmuugelpunktkomm)

  • For Children
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Children’s opera

Googlemoogledotcom is the story of a girl named Juta who lives in the countryside at her granny’s. Juta is a totally ordinary girl but becomes involved in the most extraordinary... Read more

Musical director & conductor Taavi Kull
Director Marko Matvere
Cast Pirjo Jonas or Kadri-Liis Kukk, Simo Breede or Jaan Willem Sibul, Reigo Tamm (NO Estonia) or Oliver Timmusk, Märt Jakobson or Raiko Raalik, Karmen Puis or Arete Teemets, Merle Jalakas or Sigrid Mutso & the Vanemuine opera choir

Friday 19 January 19:00
Arcadia (Arkaadia)

Arcadia (Arkaadia)

  • Drama
  • The Grand Building of Vanemuine Theatre
  • Last perfomance

Drama by Tom Stoppard

There is comedy, tragedy, secrets and passion, and the mysterious feel of old houses and their past dwellers, who long before us have lived, longed for, cried, laughed and loved.

Director Ain Mäeots

Saturday 20 January 19:00
Les Misérables (Hüljatud)

Les Misérables (Hüljatud)

  • Music
  • The Grand Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Musical

Les Misérables tells an enthralling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption – a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit.

Director Samuel Harjanne (Finland)
Designer Karmo Mende
Musical director and conductor Martin Sildos
Choreographer Gunilla Olsson Karlsson (Sweden)
Lighting designer Petri Tuhkanen (Finland)
Sound designer Toomas Paidra
Translation into Estonian Kirke Kangro, Villu Kangur, Tõnu Oja, Leelo Tungal
Saturday 20 January 19:00
Medeia

Medeia

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre
  • Premiere

A tragedy by Euripides

Director, author of the text version and musical designer Tiit Palu
Scenographer and costume designer Eugen Tamberg
In roles Maria Annus, Külliki Saldre, Merle Jääger, Kärt Tammjärv

Sunday 21 January 12:00
Pettson and Findus

Pettson and Findus

  • For Children
  • Theatre House

Children’s story by Sven Nordqvist


Pettson is a lonely man, who lives in his cottage in the forest. One beautiful day his doorbell rings followed by …. a Present! Without a doubt Pettson was surprised to see... Read more

Author Sven Nordqvist
Cast Karol Kuntsel and Ott Sepp

Sunday 21 January 16:00
The Night Alive (Öörändurid)

The Night Alive (Öörändurid)

  • Drama
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre
  • Last perfomance

Drama by Conor McPherson

The mysterious woman, not keen on talking about her past, quickly manages to create a chain of events between the four men, a story filled with jealousy and hate, sense of caring and dreams... Read more

Director Tiit Palu
Cast Kärt Tammjärv, Hannes Kaljujärv, Riho Kütsar, Andres Mähar, Veiko Porkanen

Sunday 21 January 16:00
Les Misérables (Hüljatud)

Les Misérables (Hüljatud)

  • Music
  • The Grand Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Musical

Les Misérables tells an enthralling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption – a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit.

Director Samuel Harjanne (Finland)
Designer Karmo Mende
Musical director and conductor Martin Sildos
Choreographer Gunilla Olsson Karlsson (Sweden)
Lighting designer Petri Tuhkanen (Finland)
Sound designer Toomas Paidra
Translation into Estonian Kirke Kangro, Villu Kangur, Tõnu Oja, Leelo Tungal