Here are some of the most interesting events in Plovdiv this week

11th September

Karaoke night in Fabric

FabricBar Plovdiv loves to start the week with big smiles to keep them going until next Monday. That is why Monday night in the cult Plovdiv bar is assigned to karaoke with the crazy Zornitsa who doesn’t choose who can and who can’t sing – there’s only one condition – to drink and not to care when you go on the stage!

Free enrty

12th September

Contemporary Bulgarian Photography Exhibition

After the success of the traveling exhibition Contemporary Bulgarian Photography in Sofia and Varna, Plovdiv will host its third showing to the Bulgarian audience. The visitors will be able to see photographs of 43 of the best native photographers among which are the Reuters’ reporter Stoyan Nenov – thie first Bulgarian winner of the Pulitzer Prize in the Breaking News Photography category, Martin Chichov – winner of the prestigious prize of Nikon for the action photograph from the middle of the nineties showing the emerging skate and street culture in Bulgaria, Nadezhda Pavlova - awarded with a prize by the International Olympic Committee for her photo on the peak of Todorka, the portrait of Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha captured by Georgi Bogdanov, and Boris Misirkov, who’s received the special prize of the jury, Grand prix de la découverte in Paris, and many others.

City Art Gallery
Free entry

When Reasons Collapse in Bee Bop Café

Founded in 2008 and from Paris (FR), When Reasons Collapse strives to deliver a powerful, brutal yet melodic music.

The band plays a mix of deathcore/metalcore together with many other influences and have the particularity to have some brutal female vocals.

The band has shared the stage with Vildhjarta, Trepalium, Svart Crown, Regarde les Hommes Tomber, Promethee, Sublime Cadaveric Decomposition,Pittbulls in the nursery, Hord, The Walking Dead Orchestra,..

Bee Bop Café

The Merry Wives of Windsor

Based in the hometown of the best playwright of all time The Festival Players Theatre Company together with The Royal Shakespeare Company offer the wider variety of Shakespearean plays. Their performances stand out in the clarity of the Bard's classical reading, with the energy of acting, and are proclaimed to be one of the major exporters of Shakespeare's tradition in Europe.
To mark the 21st edition of the International Autumn Theatrical Festival "Stage on Crossroads" The Festival Players will proudly present one of the most favorite comedies of William Shakespeare – The Merry Wives of Windsor in an entirely male cast, in analogy with the Renaissance performances.

Drama Theater
Tickets: 8 lv; 5 lv for students

13th September

Shut up and Write

Inspiring writers who wish to have a weekly meet up to sit down, shut up and work within a group setting of focused creative minds. One hour a week of working towards your creative masterpiece can bring you a lot closer to realizing you can write that blog, that short-story or even that book that sits there waiting to be written.
Tea House Plovdiv

14th September

Join Coding Girls

In their meetup Coding Girls will focus on planning future workshops, courses and school clubs. They will present their ideas and will be happy to hear your opinion and advice. Come and share your interest in the technologies you either use or want to learn more about. All high-school and university students, developers and IT specialists, school teachers, parents and all other people who want to become part of Coding Girls as members, volunteers, mentors, lecturers or instructors are more than welcome!

You should fill in the attendance form.

Free entry

Introducing ONE DANCE WEEK

Do modern technologies have a place in modern dance? Of course.

Come to a different introduction of the jubilee edition of One Dance Week and see where art intersects with new technologies and how they are involved in creating something different and beautiful.

10 Hristo Dyukmedzhiev St
Free entry

15th September

NIGHT Plovdiv 2017

The longest Night of Plovdiv returns this September for its thirteenth consecutive edition, but for the first time in three evenings - 15, 16, 17 September. Launched as "Night of Museums and Galleries" in 2005 as an initiative of Vesselina and Katrin Sarievi, today the event gathers numerous local, national and international art projects that enrich the cultural map of Plovdiv each September. In recent years, the audience of the festival is between 40 and 60 thousand people, with over 120 artistic projects located in more than 70 places in the city. A special highlight in NIGHT/Plovdiv, 2017 will be the "Open Arts" program with the slogan HERE EVERYWHERE, curated by Vladiya Mihaylova. The organizers, in partnership with some of the most active international cultural institutes and embassies, will present a special selection of artistic projects from Austria, France, Israel, USA, Finland, Spain, Korea and Bulgaria.