The Crime Season at the Romanian Cinematheque continues in April with 'The Rage' - another high-octane thriller, directed by versatile auteur Radu Muntean and starring DragoČ™ Bucur, the fetish leading man of the Romanian New Wave.
Romania’s 8th consecutive participation at the London Book Fair evokes, through the authors and the books reunited in a truly Romanian-British programme, the virtue of literature to precipitate great encounters and revelations: inner, cultural, geographical.
With impressive careers spanning over the last 30 years and innumerable apparitions on famous stages of Europe and beyond, pianist Ilinca Dumitrescu and bassoonist Vasile Macovei grace our 'Enescu Concerts' Series for a virtuoso incursion into the history of classical music.
A fresh, imaginative take on Marin Sorescu’s revisionist examination of one of Middle Age’s most enigmatic heroes, 'Vlad the Impaler', staged by intrepid theatre veterans Faynia Williams and Richard Crane, opens in Glasgow at the famous A Play, A Pie and A Pint on 26 April before a stint in the Brighton Fringe Festival between 5-10 May.
Present at the Art15 Global Art Fair with a multimedia project documenting his idiosyncratic take on time, matter and the artistic profession, Virgil Scripcariu and his artistic practice are also celebrated in a special evening organised by the The Romanian Cultural Institute together with the AnnArt Gallery of Bucharest.
Romanian folk music, dances, customs and crafts, technical inovations and scientific achievements prove very popular to foreign audiences and they always find their way into our programme. RCI's key partners in London are Horniman Museum, the Science Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum.