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  • 05 Jun. → 09 Jun. '19Breda, the Netherlands

    BRIK festival 2019 visitors' programme

    de Stilte - De Ontspoking. Photo: Jack Timmermans
    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, BRIK festival (previously named Internationaal Stiltefestival) organises an international visitors' programme. The festival takes places from 5-11 June 2019 in Breda, the Netherlands. Performing arts professionals are invited to apply for the visitors' programme.
    Through the visitors' programme agents, curators, programmers and other professionals in the performing arts will be introduced to a huge variety of Dutch performing arts for young audiences. The international visitors' programme runs from 5-9 June 2019.

    Want to know which international organisations will be attending? Check out the PDF at the bottom of this page.

    Programme
    International visitors will see a host of performances and installations by Dutch companies, including:
    de Stilte - 'De Ontspoking' 4+ Dutch premiere
    VolDaan - 'Diep' 5+
    Superhallo - 'DJ Frietmachine' all ages
    de Stilte - 'Do-Re-Mi-Ka-Do' - 2+ Dutch premiere
    Theatergroep Kwatta - 'Jabber' 6+
    Simone de Jong - 'Kluizelaar' 2+
    de Stilte - 'Mankind' 6+ Dutch premiere

    Check out BRIK's programme overview.

    The visitors' programme includes:
    tickets to all shows;
    a personal guide during the festival
    dinners with fellow performing arts professionals;
    a reception with Dutch companies;
    accommodation;
    visits to Theater Artemis in ’s-Hertogenbosch and Schippers&VanGucht in Breda;
    a series of blind dates to get to know professionals who are initially outside your network.

    About BRIK festival
    BRIK festival is a bi-annual performing arts festival for young audiences, held in Breda, the Netherlands. It's the only festival in Europe that focuses on ambiguous, non-verbal shows for children aged 0 to 12. BRIK festival presents imaginative performances from all over the world. This year BRIK festival presents 26 performances for young audiences. For more info, visit the BRIK website.

    The international visitors' programme is organised by BRIK festival in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts. The programme is made possible by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.
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