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.
Starting today until 24 September, the Festival of Handicrafts Night of Samovodska Charshiya is underway in Bulgaria’s medieval capital Veliko Tarnovo. More than fifty craftsmen have joined the event that combines the past and present in..
From 5 to 14 October, the central part of the German capital Berlin will become the scene of 150 3D mapping productions, and three of the city’s most emblematic buildings will be transformed by Bulgarians. The Bulgarian MP-Studio is going to..
The Festival and Congress Center in Bulgaria’s coastal city of Varna hosted the 14 th edition of the World Animation Film Festival (12-16 September). "Animation is such a free art, with so many curious authors, each of whom works in their..