TBT Recommends - 2005-07-27

  • 2005-07-27



This exhibition continues the tradition of artistic bookbinding in Estonia and is based on pieces of children's creative writing from the fairytale competition and the magazine "Good Child." The young authors were 7 to 15 years old. The collection, entitled "The Best Thing in the World", features 22 fairytales and poems written by children and provide a vivid picture of life in Estonia. The pleasant humor and sharp irony of youth, the mix of traditional fairytales and the creation of brand-new ones has offered inspiration to 130 artists from 17 countries.

The exhibition can be seen in the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design (Lai Street 17, Tallinn)

Wed 's Sun 11:00 's 18:00.




Sun 7 's Sixth International Ballet Festival. During this festival there will be stars from many different countries such as Ilya Lovwen from Holland, premiers from Hungarian National Opera Dace Radina and Zoltan Nagy, Miki Hamanaka from Japan, Georgi Smilevski from Bulgaria and many others. Both classical and modern dance will make Dzintaru concert-hall the place to be on August 7.

Tickets: 3 's 15 lats (4.25 -12.75 euros). For more info: 7325577




Sat 6 's 19:00 's Greek guitarist Elena Papandreou has performed in Europe as well as in the United States, Canada, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Brazil and Japan. She has given concerts in some of the most prestigious halls in Europe. Her innate musical sensitivity and a superb sense of rhythm distinguish her from other artists. Locals and visitors to Vilnius will be able to enjoy her magic guitar playing at the Applied Art Museum (Arsenalo St. 3A).

Tickets: 10 's 20 litas

(2.90 's 5.80 euros)