July 18 is the date of the premiere of “Mamma Mia!” at the Sofia Opera. The libretto tells the story of a bride, who, just before her dream wedding, tries to find out who her father is, and brings three men from her mother’s past back to the Greek island where she lives, 20 years after they left the island, never to return.
The musical features some of the best loved ABBA songs - Dancing Queen, Money, Money, Money, SOS, Chiquitita, Mamma Mia, Knowing Me, Knowing You – songs several generations of ABBA fans have grown up with.
A new magazine on the Bulgarian market – Experience Bulgaria – is setting itself the task of presenting the history, the traditions, the culture and the nature of Bulgaria, because “To get to know the country, you must see it through the..
Most of the Bulgarian films made in the past couple of years have been translated into foreign languages and screened abroad. A study, conducted by journalists, shows that approximately 82 percent of Bulgarian films have reached..
Researchers decided to follow in the footsteps of the caravans of the Karakachani (Sarakatsani) to get a feel for the free spirit of this community which has inhabited the Balkan lands for centuries, but also to see for themselves what..