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Premiere of Frau Mit Automat in Poland!
The Kryly Khalopa theatre was repressed and closed in Belarus by the authorities, but we continue to work. The team worked on the performance in theater residences in Prague and Dresden, some of the project participants were forced to leave Belarus. Despite all the difficulties, our premiere will take place on September 25 in Wegaity theatre village (Olsztyn) and October 5 in Lublin (Poland)!


Queridas Magdalenas, le escribo una carta desde Brest, Bielorrusia. Quiero compartir mis sentimientos de vida entre el COVID-19 y la revolución.

Queridas Magdalenas, escrevo à vocês uma carta de Brest, Bielorrúsia. Eu quero compartilhar minhas sensações da vida entre o COVID-19 e a revolução.

Dear Magdalenas, I am writing you a letter from Brest, Belarus. I want to share my feelings of life between COVID-19 and revolution.

Brest Stories Guide made by theatre Kryly Khalopa was included in the top 10 of Art in Central Europe 2017.

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The interview with Aksana Haiko from the Belarusian theatre Kryly Khalopa for the Open Democracy. How the theatre works with the memory.

Amnesia: a key feature of Belarusian memory

In 2016, the theater “Kryly Khalopa” began the project Brest Stories Guide – a series of documentary audio performances in the city space.

In 2016 is celebrated 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. Theatre Kryly Khalopa started the tour of the documentary performance “Chernobyl”.

April 19 St. Petersburg, theatre space "Skorokhod"

April 21 Moscow, space "Fabrica"

April 25 Minsk, art space “Korpus 8”

April 29 Brest, KX Space

May 7 Kaliningrad, art space "Vorota"


After the performing in Minsk Aksana wrote:

Opening gallery: Aksana and Siarhei are on the opening of the exhibitionWe are glad to share with Magdalena that on 16 of December we’ve opened in our own space an art gallery. The first artist, who came to us, is Andrey Lyankievich.

                                         "... What good and friendly were all the people,.

After the war, were good people. We were all together ... "

From the collected stories of Vialikaye Sialo


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