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Few more days till the Opening

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The oldest cultural festival in Croatia, Dubrovnik Summer Festival takes place from 10th July to 25th of August in Dubrovnik presenting rich and vibrant theatre program in the fields of theatre, ballet, classic music and opera.

Box office on the main street

prodaja.jpg Festival's sales office on Stradun is opened from July 1st, with working hours from 9am till 11pm every day. Apart from Stradun, all guests can buy the tickets in Festival's Palace (Od Sigurate 1 street) or online.

Preliminary Programme of 61st Dubrovnik Summer Festival Presented

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Dubrovnik, 1 February 2010 – Within the Festival of St Blaise and the City of Dubrovnik Day, the executives of the Dubrovnik Festival announced the Preliminary Programme of the 61st Festival season taking place from 10 July to 25 August 2010. On 1 February the Programme was presented at the Festival Palace by the Festival Director Ivica Prlender, the Theatre Programme Director Dora Ruždjak Podolski and the Music Programme Director Ivan Repušić. The presentation was attended by the Head of the City of Dubrovnik Culture Department Ana Hilje Čagalj.

Announcing the 61st Dubrovnik Summer Festival

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Within the celebration of the City of Dubrovnik Day and the Festival of St Blaise, the Dubrovnik Festival Director Ivica Prlender, the Theatre Programme Director Dora Ruždjak Podolski and the Music Programme Director Ivan Repušić will present the Preliminary Programme of the 61st Dubrovnik Summer Festival at the Festival Palace on 1 February 2010, at 12.00 noon. The Preliminary Programme presentation will be preceded by the promotion of the DVD Monograph entitled the 60 Years of the Festival, along with the audio and video fragments of the first DVDs produced by the Dubrovnik Festival taking place at Fort Revelin on 31 January 2010, at 8.00 pm.

Special Prize to Miše Martinović

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The 18th Croatian Theatrical Prize Ceremony for the last season's achievements in the field of theatre, radio and television art took place at the Croatian National Theatre on Friday, 24 November 2009. The Special Croatian Theatrical Prize for outstanding contribution in the field of theatre art has been awarded to Miše Martinović for his role of Master Niko in Ivo Vojnović's play On the Terrace, directed by Joško Juvančić and performed by the Dubrovnik Summer Festival Drama Ensemble.

Seminar Malraux on Festivals

Prodaja slike.JPG Seminar Malraux organized by the Ministry of Culture in Croatia, Ministry of Culture and Communications in France nad French Embassy will be held on 7 Octobre 2009 in Info EU Center in Zagreb. One of the topics - the marketing and organization of the Festival - will be presented on the case study of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival by its general manager Ivica Prlender.

Festival Council unanimously accepted the Festival's report

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Hamlet in Zagreb

FOTO Damil Kalogjera (7).JPG The last premiere of the 60th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Shakespeare's Hamlet was performed in the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb which was a co-producer of the play. The first performance in Zagreb took place on 2 Octobre 2009.

Monographic multimedia DVD of the Festival was presented

FOTO Damil Kalogjera.jpg Within the press conference held at the occasion of the ceremonial Closing, Ivica Prlender presented a monographic multimedia DVD made in cooperation with the company Perpetuum Mobile, whose member Stjepan Varga prepared the demonstration of the edition.