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Two giraffes and their youngsters strolled through the streets of Kaunas, bringing smiles to the faces of the crowds in Lithuania's second city.
Shop and restaurant owners in Italy protest coronavirus restrictions
Shop and restaurant owners staged protests against coronavirus restrictions all over Italy on Wednesday.
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With audiences and performers already dwindling even before the pandemic, some in the industry of traditional Japanese Noh play fear the virus may sound the death knell for an art considered one of the oldest extant theatre forms in the world.
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German theatre company performs in car park due to COVID-19
A theatre company in Germany has turned their car park into a drive-in where the audience can watch from the safety of their cars.
Belgian artists slam Flemish funding cuts
The right-wing Flemish government intends to cut funds for cultural projects by 60%. Minister-president Jan Jambon at the Flemish Parliament explains that the cuts won’t affect everyone: indeed traditional Flemish cultural heritage will receive more money.
Iranian-Israeli play explores human connections in wartime
An Israeli and an Iranian, performing side by side a play about war in Brussels. Sahand Sahebdivani, born in Iran, and Raphael Rodan, raised in Israel play versions of themselves. The piece underlining what unites rather than divides.
Performers on horseback surprise passengers at Paris train station
Theatre of Centaur members on horseback riding around Paris Gare de L'Est train station for art performance
Italian film and opera director Franco Zeffirelli dies at 96
Franco Zeffirelli, the Italian director acclaimed for his work in film, theatre and opera, has died at the age of 96.
Learning in Russia's temples of theatre and ballet
In this episode of Learning World, Euronews takes a look at some of the best ballet and theatre schools in Russia and examines how easy it is for foreign students to study such disciplines in the country.
Baku celebrates 5th International Theatre Conference
Theatre experts from across the world gather in Azerbaijan's capital to share knowledge and enjoy a rich programme of music, art and performance.
"Burning Doors" sees Pussy Riot take tales of terror in Russian prisons to New York
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Remembering Hollywood legend Jerry Lewis
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Tony Awards: 'Dear Evan Hansen' wins top Broadway honours
The show about a high school outsider wins six Tonys to crown a fine musical season on Broadway.
Obama spotted on Broadway with daughter Malia
Former US President Barack Obama and his daughter Malia were greeted by cheers as they left a Broadway theatre on Friday.
The stage play 'Stalin Watchmaker' reflects the life of the former Soviet leader Joseph Stalin
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Denzel Washington and Viola Davis reprise their 2010 Tony winning roles in the movie 'Fences'
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Danish Queen designs Nutcracker costumes
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Hollywood icon Robert Redford reveals retirement plans
Robert Redford says he plans to retire from acting soon, to concentrate on directing and art.
Baku talks theatre and multiculturalism
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