The first donor dinner of the Bitef Festival was successfully held at Hotel Square Nine, with the support of friends of the I & F McCann Group. At the donor dinner that brought together representatives of the diplomatic corps, a … Continue reading
In the 51st Bitef Main Programme, which was a kind of theatre marathon this year, there were seven performances, with a total duration of 40 hours. Within Prologue, the audience saw the legendary achievement of the British troops of the … Continue reading
Within the campaign #PokloniBitef, and waiting for the 51st festival, Maxi supermarkets and Bitef in Cvetni trg gathered representatives of embassies, state institutions, towns and companies where all interested could support the culture and cultural development of young people by … Continue reading
BITEF has always been something that steps beyond, over the line, moving the borders of usual in the world of theatre. This avant-guard approach was always BITEF’s trademark, and if you thought this year „everything is already seen“ you will … Continue reading
All the kids this Saturday, September 2, from 11 am to 2 pm at the Cvetni Square in Belgrade, will be able to see for free what life looked like on the ancient Olympus. What was at the table of … Continue reading
This year’s 51st Bitef will be held from September 22nd to September 30th in Belgrade. In the main programme, in the repertoire will be seven achievements of some of the most important theatre artists of today. Particular attention should be … Continue reading
Bitef in 2017, 51st in a row, will be held from September 22 to September 30 in Belgrade. Within the main programme, there will be seven shows, but they will last for more than forty hours. This fact itself points … Continue reading
On this occasion, in Belgrade on July 12 at 11 AM the first central conference on 51st Bitef was held in the City Assembly of Belgrade.
German Embassy headed by H E Axel Dittmann organised a reception in honour of the 50th Bitef and 28th Congress of the International Association of Theatre Critics.
Dr Milena Dragićević Šešić, Professor of Management in Culture and Mass Media Theory at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and Head of UNESCO’s Cultural Policy and Management Department at the Belgrade University of the Arts