We are excited to support Goethe Institute’s special screening of Maren Ade’s “Toni Erdmann”, the cinematic revelation of 2016 made with the support of Romanian producing, acting and specialist talent.
We celebrate Romania’s National Culture Day with the official opening of the Romanian Section at Willesden Green Library in Brent, London’s borough which hosts the biggest Romanian community in the UK. Made possible by a generous donation offered by the National Library of Romania, the section comprises a wide selection of Romanian books in original.
The 2017 programme of our beloved Enescu Concerts Series debuts with a homage to the unforgettable pianist and composer Dinu Lipatti, 100 years since his birth, offered by charismatic duo Alexandru Tomescu (violin) and Angela DrÄghicescu (piano). With an evocation of Lipatti’s life and work by writer and music enthusiast Orlando Murrin.
Atelier Studio Theatre and the Romanian Cultural Institute proudly present the British premiere of Matei ViĆniec’s “What Shall We Do with the Cello”, a funny and sharply relevant play by Romania’s most prolific and celebrated contemporary playwright. The show is part of the VAULT Festival 2017.
Romania: Beams of Beauty', a landscape and portrait photographic exhibition by light magician Sorin OniĆor, an exceptionally gifted photographer who, for the past 12 years, has been wandering through Romania, from MaramureĆ to the Danube Delta, from Banat to Moldavia.