A programme by Performing Arts Fund NL to promote Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.
05 Mar. → 13 Nov. '16NRW, Germany

Cultural programme in context of Frankfurter Buchmesse 2016



The Netherlands and Flanders are the joint Guest of Honour at the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2016.
They not only share a common language – Dutch – but can also look back on a common history in art, culture and literature. True to the motto Dit is wat we delen /This is what we share, there will naturally be novels, nonfiction and poetry, but also young writers, new genres and new formats from the bookmaking crafts, the creative industry and other currents of artistic expression. A lively programme of events kicks off across Germany in March, among which a lot of performing arts.

Some (Dutch) performing arts highlights of the cultural programme:
-internationale tanzmesse nrw: NL Abend with Cecilia Moisio, Wild Vlees, Lloyd Marengo and Fernando Belfiore
-Focus country at Reeperbahn Festival
-Ruhrtriënnale
-Künstlerhaus Mousonturm: 'If you run fast enough, no-one will know where you are' by Jetse Batelaan/Theater Artemis, 'The Future of Sex' and 'Stop Acting Now' by Wunderbaum and 'Bosch Beach' by a.o. Asko|Schönberg
-Staatstheater Mainz: Dutch and Flemish weekend - theatre for young audiences
-LOFFT Leipzig: Fernando Belfiore (28 October), Cecilia Moisio and Marie Goeminne (29 October) and Panama Pictures (30 October)
-euroscene-Leipzig: 'Bis' and 'Ode to the attempt' by Jan Martens (9 & 10 November) and 'De Kartonbewoners' by De Stilte (12 & 13 November)
Photo: Fernando Baptista