TBT recommends - 2005-11-02

  • 2005-11-02


The Goethe-Institut's photo exhibition "Planet Football" contains pictures taken by leading Magnum Photo agency photographers. The project hopes to speak in a language that everybody in the world understands 's football. The exhibition

analyzes the meaning and role of football through art, theatre, dance, film, music and literature. Uncommon, unusual? Definitely. The exhibit will go on to tour 80 countries.

Tallinn Art Hall

Vabaduse valjak 6

For more info: +372 644 2818



The recently opened restaurant Opium in Riga's Old Town is offering a large choice of international cuisine. For reasonable prices you can have breakfast, lunch or dinner or just relax with a cup of coffee. And on weekends, the place is a great hop-over bar for a cocktail. The interior creates a unique atmosphere of warmth, comfort and intimacy. With the long Baltic winter just around the corner, there's no better place to cozy up in than a welcoming local restaurant.

Location: Valnu St. 18.

Open: Sun 's Wed: 11:00 's 12:00; Thu 's Sat: 11:00 's 3:00



Fri 4 - Sun 6, Sun 13 - During this year's silent film festival, some of the most significant silent movies from the 1920s and '30s will be shown. The visual show will be accompanied by live music. Organizers intend to gather well-known Lithuanian musicians as well as bands from abroad. The show will bring you back to the early 20th century, when cinema was golden.

For more info: www.eb.lt