Performances & Events

Late Fridays in August

03.08.2018 - 31.08.2018
In August, Kiasma will be open on Fridays until midnight. Welcome!
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Night of the Arts – Open House

23.08.2018
On the Night of the Arts Kiasma’s doors are open from 17 until 10 pm. Free entrance for all. Welcome!
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Atlas: Lighting Codex

31.08.2018
Atlas: Lighting Codex is an unprecedented multimedia literature experience that combines poetry, sound art and light design. Event is part of There and Back Again exhibition program and Poetry Moon.
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Eglė Budvytytė (LT): Orcas and Volcanos

15.09.2018
The artist's first performance created in a black box uses sensitive melodies to exlore non-human eroticism and modes of being.
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Jānis Balodis / Dirty Deal Teatro (LV): National Development Plan

20.09.2018
A lecture performance by a young Latvian artist is based on a real document.
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Liisa Pentti + Co: The Space

The second part of Liisa Pentti's contemporary dance series The Body is a (clear) Place in the Space.
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Janina Rajakangas: Canary

13.10.2018 - 20.10.2018
A contemporary dance performance about hypersensitivity.
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Norman Orro (EE): Music For Your Plants

26.10.2018
The 2nd part of Kiasma Theatre's Concert in the Dark -concept leads the audience to the soundlandscape of post-human world, mixing the sounds of nature and machines.
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Moving in November festival

02.11.2018 - 10.11.2018
The annual contemporary dance festival is coming again to Kiasma Theatre. The programme shall be launched in September.
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Koivuryhmä: The Gospel of Christmas

07.12.2018 - 16.12.2018
A multi-disciplinary performance, directed by Teemu Mäki, studies the meaning of Christmas and updates the tradition of oratorios. A multi-disciplinary performance, directed by Teemu Mäki, studies the meaning of Christmas and updates the tradition of oratorios. A multi-disciplinary performance, directed by Teemu Mäki, studies the meaning of Christmas and updates the tradition of oratorios. A multi-disciplinary performance, directed by Teemu Mäki, studies the meaning of Christmas and updates the tradition of oratorios.
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