On Tour

Location Date Information
The Office, Astana June 23, 2017 The Office was performed at the 1st World Theatre Festival "Astana".
The Evening, Moscow October 27, 2016 The Janka Kupała National Theatre celebrated the 10th anniversary of The Evening with the performance on the stage of the Business and cultural complex of the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Russian Federation (Moscow, Russia).
Art. Paris June 16, 2016 The play was performed within the framework of The First Belarusian Theatre Seasons in France.
Seagull. Moscow November 11, 2015 The Janka Kupała National Theatre on tour to the Russian Academic Youth Theatre.
Paŭlinka, Bielaja Vieža Festival, Brest September 19th, 2015 The Janka Kupała National Academic Theatre closed XX Bielaja Vieža International Theatre Festival in Brest with Paŭlinka on September 19th, 2015.
Theatre festival "MINIFEST", Rostov-on-Don, Russia October 3d, 2014
The Janka Kupała National Theatre opened XII International MINIFEST Theatre Festival with Office in Rostov-on-Don on October, 3d. The Belarusian company was joined by Georgian, Israeli, Macedonian, and Russian colleagues. MINIFEST is one of the oldest festivals for children and youth in modern Russian...
Tomsk September 8-11th, 2014 Tomsk Drama Theatre. This year the theatre celebrates a unique date, the 70th anniversary of the famous Paŭlinka, which was first staged by Leŭ Licvinaŭ in 1944 in Tomsk, where the theatre had been evacuated during the World War II. The performance is also special because the company returns to the ...
Paris June 18th, 2014

More than 600 people saw the performance Pan Tadeusz of the Janka Kupała National Academic Theatre in Paris on June 18th. The show directed by Mikałaj Pinihin after the famous poem by Adam Mickiewicz, was held during the Days of Belarus Culture in France. It was organised with the help of Permanent...

Theatre Spring Festival, Beijing February 28th - March 8th, 2014

The company of the Janka Kupała National Academic Theatre has returned from the Chinese tour, where our actors opened Beijing Spring Theater Festival. The company performed two plays on the stage of Beijing People’s Art Theater: Wedding after Anton Chekhov and Not Mine (The Voiceless) after ...

Chekhov International Theatre Festival, Riga June 6th, 2013

The Janka Kupała National Academic Theatre continued its participation in Chekhov International Theatre Festival. The Office, directed by Kaciaryna Avierkava after a play by Ingrid Lausund, was staged in Riga as a part of a regional programme.

Chekhov International Theatre Festival, Moscow May 24th, 2013

Office was performed at Chekhov International Theatre Festival in Moscow on June, 29th and 30th.

Sibiu International Theatre Festival June 11-13th, 2013

The Janka Kupała National Academic Theatre performed The Wedding, produced by Vladimir Pankov, at Sibiu International Theatre Festival in Romania.

French tour November, 5th - December, 13th, 2012

The dwellers of Bourges, Nantes, Évry, Mulhouse, Brest, Colombes, Nevers, Châtenay-Malabry, Poitiers, watched Wedding by Anton Chekhov since November, 5th to December, 13th, 2012. The main organizer of the tour was Chekhov International Theatre Festival.

Tbilisi International Theatre Festival September 22th, 2012

Wedding was performed on the stage of Marjanishvili State Academic Drama Theatre in Tbilisi, as a part of Tbilisi International Theatre Festival.

Niaśviž palace July 6th, 2012

The works of Franciška Uršula Radzivił sounded again in Niaśviž after a 250-year break on June 30th, 2012. The Janka Kupała National Academic Theatre performed Niaśviž Harlequinade Abduction of Europe, or Uršula Radzivił’s Theatre, produced after three plays by the prominent member of magnate’s family,...

Chisinau International Youth Theater Forum June 10th, 2012

The Janka Kupała National Theatre’s Office won the first prize at Chisinau International Youth Theater Forum of the CIS, Georgia and Baltic States, which was held in Chisinau, Moldova, on May 6-13, 2012.

Bloomsbury, London May 10th, 2012

Abduction of Europe, or Uršula Radzivił’s Theatre, a play of the Janka Kupała National Academic Theatre, was performed at Bloomsbury for the first time in history of the United Kingdom on May 10th 2012.