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8/11 2019: Applications for the second round of Roundabout Europe are open! Read more HERE

29/10 2019: The PASSAGE archives are established. We are working on it – but so far you can find all performances from 2019 in the archive HERE

Roundabout Europe

Roundabout Europe offers street artists residencies in two countries Application deadline: 15 December 2019. Five outdoor arts festivals and five artists will collaborate again in Roundabout Europe 2020! Street artists... Read more

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Never waste a good hairday: PASSAGE 2019 was about philosophical discussions in hairdresser saloons, sitespecific performances in the old shipyard, housin areas and on the city border, installations with app.... Read more

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La vita nuova

Romeo Castellucci + Societas (IT)

The sense of a beginning hovers in the air, here, in a large parking lot, where a handful of men has arranged a rendezvous. They are brothers, and they intend... Read more

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City Horses

Byström Källblad (SWE)

You see them everywhere; the statues of kings and warriors by horse. Stoic. Magnificent. Silently gazing out over the world. But where are the women? This was the starting point... Read more

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De ukendtes jord

Compagnie Sous X (FR)

MONOLOGUE: A woman, X, has spent her life spent on the fringes of society. When she dies, she is buried in a common grave. Now she returns. Because no, she’s... Read more

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Hairy Tales

M.P.A.C (SWE)

With a large dose of physical comedy, flexible bodies and hairy creations, M.P.A.C. creates a clown show for the 21st century. ​ HAIRY TALES is about head hair and body hair... Read more

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Black Market

LUIT - Laboratoire Urbain d'Interventions Temporaires (FR)

On the Black Market we negotiate what cannot be sold for money, what is priceless.  We interrogate the value you are giving to your own desires.  We are the shadow... Read more

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Capital women

Léa Dant (FR)

Public spaces are often considered and experienced by many women as masculine spaces. Capital WOMEN is a set of poetic performances in public spaces, that will stage a sisterhood, a... Read more

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It’s not here, It’s over here

Galmae (FR+KR)

NB: Venue: Pladsen bag Værftets Madmarked…(Behind the food market) How does the crowd move? Does one move differently when alone, from when being amongst a crowd? What determines the «... Read more