Wed, 05. july at 20.00

Boštjan Videmšek

Rokova modrina

Matjaž Pograjc


Fri, 08. september at 19.00

Človek, ki je gledal svet

Žiga Divjak


Thu, 21. september at 19.30

Oliver Frljić

Preklet naj bo izdajalec svoje domovine!

Oliver Frljić




The Republic of Slovenia IS opening Malta Festival in Poznan, Poland
June 17 and 18 at 19.00

The identity of this year's Malta Festival Poznań comprises five slogans: We, the People; We, the Balkans; We, the East; We, Europe; We, Others. Each can be interpreted in two ways. The first underlines the unity and homogeneity of the subject it refers to, and the second, on the contrary, juxtaposes the two subjects and suggests their polarity. The first makes a generalization, the second arbitrarily delineates borders. Both philosophy and experience prove that those two practices not only do not work, but also pose a danger. This is why we openly cross them out.

The Republic of Slovenia, joint production by Mladinsko Theatre and Maska has won the award for the best performance of the Festival The Week of Slovenian Drama. After winning the special jury award at the national theatre festival in Maribor, this is the second award for the Republic of Slovenia, a performance made by the group of anonymous authors.

GORAN INJAC, OLIVER FRLJIĆ programme curators Idiom: The Balkans Platform

Željko Hrs is one of the recipients of Župančič Awards 2017, the highest recognition of the City of Ljubljana for outstanding creation in the field of art and culture.

Theatre, film and radio actor Željko Hrs, creating for many years in the Mladinsko Theatre where he has proven himself as a thinking and involved artist with broad outlooks and a firm ethical stance, who can serve as a role-model to his colleagues and an inspiration for the coming generations of actors, as was written in the justification of the nomination by the Mladinsko Theatre.

In the past two years Željko Hrs has significantly contributed to the creation of the plays The Ridiculous Darkness, Rok’s Depth, Slamrock, We, European Corpses and The Human Factor.

Director: Alen Jelen

Cast: Neda R. Bric,Anja Drnovšek k. g., Željko Hrs, Uroš Maček, Janja Majzelj, Maruša Oblak,  Robert Prebil, Ivan Rupnik, Matija Vastl

Rainer Werner Fassbinder didn’t live long, but managed to procure an extensive artistic opus in his thirty-seven years, be it as a director, screenwriter and actor in one person, which mostly narrates a single theme in many ways: about being foreign. If Fassbinder was something, he was an outsider. So it’s not unusual that in Katzelmacher, his film from 1969, he cast himself in the title role. Katzelmacher is a story for today’s needs.

Monday, 5 June, at 19:45

Co-production: Slovensko mladinsko gledališče (Ljubljana) and ARS – 3. channel Radio Slovenija
See you next year! A new exciting productions are already in the making ...