Wed, 24. january at 11.00

Svetlana Makarovič – Jure Novak

Pasja procesija

Jure Novak


Wed, 24. january at 20.00

Gledališki koncert po besedilih Gregorja Strniše

Slovenska popevka

Matjaž Pograjc


Thu, 25. january at 10.30

Svetlana Makarovič – Jure Novak

Pasja procesija

Jure Novak




Since the Mladinsko isn't just Slovenian and since art prefers to roam free of language borders, we have prepared English surtitles for you.

Lars von Trier:
The Idiots

Friday, 19 January, at 19:00

Directed by: Nina Rajić Kranjac

Simona Hamer:
Inspired by William Golding’s Lord of the Flies
Directed by Vito Taufer
Friday, 26 January, at 19:00
Saturday, 27 January, at 19:00
Monday, 29 January, at 19:00

For her latest text, Simona Hamer, the 2017 winner of the Grum Award for the Best Slovenian Play, found inspiration in William Golding’s famed anti-utopian novel Lord of the Flies. In it, she focuses on the questions of social, political and personal circumstances that tip the light of a human into the darkness of a tyrant. The parallels between Golding’s anti-utopia and a Europe surrounded by barbed wire emerge on their own and force us to re-think the mechanisms of human destructiveness. What image is today’s lord of the flies taking on? What is the taste of the fears, with which he feeds us? What is the rhythm of the manic dance of our tribe? And, of course, what is the thing most holy to us?

The New Post Office
Žiga Divjak, Sebastijan Horvat, Janez Janša
Co-production: Mladinsko Theatre and Maska Ljubljana

Next event: The Curse
Tuesday, 23 January, at 20.00

For The New Post Office, a season-long project,
we’re pooling forces with Maska Institute, which –
like Mladinsko – is dedicated to the sociallyengaged
relationship between theatre and art. The
New Post Office will be an experimental project:
not only will it be a research on the level of creation
and artistic expression, it will also be an innovative
production model. Three directors, a dramaturg
and eight actors/performers will participate in The
New Post Office. Throughout the season they will
research the meaning of artistic work in the social
context and work to understand the presence
of art in wider social events. The participants will
think, respond, create, intervene and establish a
space for dialogue, meetings and confrontations.
They will take artistic risks and try to go beyond the
standardisation that grips the work principles in
theatres and art in general and typically places
finished artistic products into the predictable frames,
thus rendering their social reach barely perceptible
or non- exsistant.
See you in April! New exciting productions are already in the making ...