Upcoming Cultural Events 04.03.2019–10.03.2019

Kurentovanje 2019: International Shrovetide Festival

On 4 March at 05:00 p.m.

Venue: Mestni Trg, Ptuj

Organiser: Ptuj Tourism Administration

Traditional annual event. On Monday, 4 March 2019, guests of the festival will be able to see traditional Slovenian Shrovetide characters and hook into the Slovenian ethnography on the central square of the city. Animation for children will be also held. Free admission.

The Play – 12 Angry Men

On 5 March at 07:30 p.m.

Venue: Šentjakob Theatre, Krekov Square 2, Ljubljana

Organiser: Šentjakobsko gledališče (Šentjakob Theatre), Ljubljana

A dramatic performance. Directed by Ira Ratej. Entrance fee: 11 EUR.

Concert: Leon Matek and Guests

On 6 March at 08:00 p.m.

Venue: Kino Šiška, Ljubljana

Organizer: Centre of Urban Culture Kino Šiška

A concert of original alternative and urban music with the participation of the famous Slovenian singer Leon Matek and guest musicians. Entrance fee: 10 EUR; pensioners, students, schoolchildren – 8 EUR.

Comedy: Professor Kuzman Junior

On 7 March at 08:00 p.m.

Venue: SiTi Theatre BTC, Ljubljana

Organiser: SiTi Theatre BTC

A stand-up performance about students and teachers. Cast: Uroš Kuzman. Entrance fee: 15.3–17 EUR.

Concert by Rudi Bučar and the Istrabend Band

On 8 March from 08:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Venue: Kulturni dom, Izola

Organiser: Center za kulturo, šport in prireditve Izola

A concert of mixed music with the participation of the famous Slovenian musician Rudi Bučar and the Istrabend band. Entrance fee: 14 EUR (advance sale), 16 EUR (on the event day).

Comedy: Waiting Room

On 9 March at 8:00 p.m.

Venue: SiTi Theatre BTC, Ljubljana

Organiser: SiTi Theatre BTC

A comedy performance. Cast: Janez Hočevar Rifle and Lado Bizovičar. Directed by: Dejan Batoćanin, Uroš Fürst. Entrance fee: 15.3–19 EUR.

Opera: Rigoletto

On 10 March at 05:00 p.m.

Venue: SNG Opera and Ballet Ljubljana

Organiser: SNG Opera and Ballet Ljubljana

Opera in three acts based on works by the famous Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi. Directed by Detlef Soelter. Entrance fee: 15–47 EUR.