Audio performance 21 Memories by Andrus Kivirähk

Teatri- ja Muusikamuuseum Müürivahe Tänav 12, Tallinn

6/3 euros with the museum ticket, in Estonian On the permanent exhibition Stories and Songs – everywhere in the building. The Estonian Theatre and Music Museum offers a chance to listen to the audio performance 21 Memories by Andrus Kivirähk, where objects belonging to people well known from Estonian theatre and music history tell their stories with the help of Estonian famous actors. Among the others that will have the opportunity to share their memories are the flat cap of Voldemar Panso, the motorcycle of Ants Lauter, and the cornet that belonged to David Otto Wirkhaus, but one will also hear the life story of a bagpipe made of a seal’s stomach. The actors who have lent their voice to the display items are Ivo Uukkivi, Margus Prangel, Mait Malmsten, Aarne Soro, Jaan Rekkor, Margus Tabor, Taavi Teplenkov, Tambet Tuisk, Tõnu Oja, Harriet Toompere, Katrin Pärn, Ülle Kaljuste, Kalju Orro, Kersti Heinloo, Liisa Pulk, Piret Simson, Peeter Oja, Kersti Kreismann, Riho Kütsar, Ago Anderson, and Jan Uuspõld.The museum is open longer than usual: 10 AM – 7 PM

Sylvain Oulala

Viru väravad Viru tänav, Tallinn

Sylvain's show is full of energy! He will amaze you with his great juggling and unicycle skills. But he is more than just a capable circus performer - he is unpredictable, speaks strange Estonian and also involves the audience in the performance. Sylvain's audience goes into his magical world - they laugh out loud and applaud spontaneously. Come see, giggle and enjoy the atmosphere of this unusual show!

Sylvain Oulala

Viru väravad Viru tänav, Tallinn

Sylvain's show is full of energy! He will amaze you with his great juggling and unicycle skills. But he is more than just a capable circus performer - he is unpredictable, speaks strange Estonian and involves the audience in the performance. Sylvain's audience goes into his magical world - they laugh out loud and applaud spontaneously. Come see, giggle and enjoy the atmosphere of this unusual show!

Experience show Blind Poetry Bar

Suurgildi hoone Pikk 17, Tallinn

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

12€ – 15€
Recurring

Audio performance 21 Memories by Andrus Kivirähk

Teatri- ja Muusikamuuseum Müürivahe Tänav 12, Tallinn

6/3 euros with the museum ticket On the permanent exhibition Stories and Songs – everywhere in the building. The Estonian Theatre and Music Museum offers a chance to listen to the audio performance 21 Memories by Andrus Kivirähk, where objects belonging to people well known from Estonian theatre and music history tell their stories with the help of Estonian famous actors. Among the others that will have the opportunity to share their memories are the flat cap of Voldemar Panso, the motorcycle of Ants Lauter, and the cornet that belonged to David Otto Wirkhaus, but one will also hear the life story of a bagpipe made of a seal’s stomach. The actors who have lent their voice to the display items are Ivo Uukkivi, Margus Prangel, Mait Malmsten, Aarne Soro, Jaan Rekkor, Margus Tabor, Taavi Teplenkov, Tambet Tuisk, Tõnu Oja, Harriet Toompere, Katrin Pärn, Ülle Kaljuste, Kalju Orro, Kersti Heinloo, Liisa Pulk, Piret Simson, Peeter Oja, Kersti Kreismann, Riho Kütsar, Ago Anderson, and Jan Uuspõld. The museum is open longer than usual: 10 AM – 7 PM

3€ – 6€

Polina Tšerkassova

Vanalinna Muusikamaja Uus 16c, Tallinn

Beloved storyteller and musician Polina Cherkasova gives two concerts at the Tallinn Music Hall and takes us on a fabulous journey across seven lands and seas. Also see on  YouTube

HipHop Heels

Viru 1 Viru 1, Tallinn

We are a HipHop Heels dance group from Dance Gene Studio! Hiphop heels have a passionate and liberal, yet feminine and flowing style. Feminine hip hop in heels Supervisor: Marlen Peeba.

Science and bubble show by Mullimeister

Lahela (Snelli park) Nunne 17 / Toompark, Tallinn

Fun and exciting performance aimed at all the children, youths, mothers, fathers, grandmothers, and grandfathers. There is no age restriction and everybody is welcome to experience a show during which the children and youths can discover science and see various exciting tests. But that is not all – in addition to science, everyone can try their hand at making bubbles that are truly big or even extra big!

Sylvain Oulala

Viru väravad Viru tänav, Tallinn

Sylvain's show is full of energy! He will amaze you with his great juggling and unicycle skills. But he is more than just a capable circus performer - he is unpredictable, speaks a strange Estonian language and also involves the audience in the performance. Sylvain's audience goes into his magical world - they laugh out loud and applaud spontaneously. Come see, giggle and enjoy the atmosphere of this unusual show!

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.