Raekoja plats Raekoja plats 1, Tallinn

Smilers is an Estonian rock band formed in 1991 by Hendrik Sal-Saller. The name comes from a Rod Stewart album, Smiler. The band was first named Lezer Brozers In the early years they tried in Finland with two albums, but didn't find success, so they came to Estonia and became famous very fast. Smilers won Artist of the Year award in the 2004 Estonian Music Awards. Smilers were also awarded a Golden Disc for Song of the Year in 2004 for "Ainult unustamiseks".

Theatre Studio Poeesia Sõpruskond presents: King Lear and His Children

Neitsitorni amfiteater Lossi plats 11/Lühike jalg 9a, Tallinn

Musical farce in Estonian, Russian, Ukrainian, German, French, and English. Poetry by William Shakespeare, Osip Mandelstam, Marina Tsvetaeva, Joseph Brodsky, and Jelena Skulskaja. Dramatist and director Jelena Skulskaja. Choreographers: P. and J. Zavadski, A. Jevnovitš. Starring: A. Jevnovitš, K. Oskilko, S. Žogal, A. Larin, D. Sokolov, N. Anikin, K. Kiss, K. Kopti, J. Suškevitš, I. Piljukov.

A tour of weathervanes The Unicorn, the Dragon, and the Peace Dove

Algus Kiek de Kökis Komandandi tee 2, Tallinn

Full ticket 9 euros, discount ticket 6 euros, presale tickets at Fienta On this tour, we will turn our eyes to the sky and will even use the help of the binoculars to get to know the interesting weathervanes of Tallinn Old Town.

“Rainbow-Coloured Sexcursion”

Linnaelumuuseum Vene 17, Tallinn, Harjumaa

Ticket 9 euros, presale tickets at Fienta So far, our sexcursions that have accompanied the exhibition Indecent Tallinn have taken a closer look on the history of sexual behaviour and focused on prostitution and extramarital relationships, but have neglected sexual minorities. Rainbow-Coloured Sexcursion is about to remedy that. The tour will shed light on how sexual minorities were regarded in the past and what is known of their history, hus providing a historical context for a topic that sparks active discussions today and remains awaiting solutions and understanding.

Experience show Blind Poetry Bar

Suurgildi hoone kelder Pikk 17

Tickets 12/15 euros (with preregistration) The cellar of Great Guild Hall, where a wine bar Magus Auk used to be, will be the meeting place for wine, poetry, music and… darkness. The blind and vision-impaired people’s amateur theatre Terateater of the North Estonian Association of the Blind in cooperation with the association’s ensemble invite you to experience an adventure without sight, where Estonian poems about love and drinking will be recited, songs will be sung by the ensemble, and snacks and drinks will be enjoyed by feeling. During the event, the audience will be blindfolded and move from one room to another accompanied by a guide. The snacks and drinks are included in the ticket price.  The museum is open longer than usual: 10 AM – 7 PM