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Thursday, September 29, 2022

Ana Desetnica theatre festival taking the streets of Ljubljana

By: P.T., STA

The Ana Desetnica street theatre festival, offering a plethora of performances by local and foreign artists, kicked off in the capital today, with this year’s novelty being the P2P programme offering peer-to-peer learning.

The festival events actually started in Maribor on 25 June and now the caravan has arrived in Ljubljana to stay there until 3 July. The question the organisers are trying to address this year is “if we still know how to be together”.

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