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CAROLS AND TRADITIONAL SONGS FROM TRANSYLVANIA with Ioan Bocşa and "Icoane" Traditional Romanian Traditional Music Ensemble opens on Saturday 15 December at 7pm at Cluj-Napoca National Theatre.

The next performance will be on Thursday 20 December at 6pm.

Directed by: Andreea Iacob; artistic consultant: Diana Todea; designer: Valentin Codoiu; video design: Marius Mureşan.

Cluj-Napoca National Theatre organizes an event dedicated to the community in Cluj and, through that, to our colleague Mona Marian (Chirilă). The entrance will be free but we do encourage the donations in any amount you decide. The money will be redirected for the medical support of our colleague.


The Gates Open Night will present performances, concerts, recitals, workshops and a comics exhibition. During the event we will also host the Doamna T coffee shop, comics on request, Book Corner Bookstore and the theatre’s bookstore.

For details on the event please click here.

The first festival dedicated to Cluj theatre is organized by Cluj-Napoca National Theatre and will take place between 27-29 November 2012 with the support of Cluj-Napoca City Hall and Local Council, in partnership with JAD Cultural Association.

The Festival of Cluj Playwriting will present five productions based on texts written by playwrights from Cluj and a round table, organized in partnership with the Writers’ Union of Romania - Cluj Section.


The festival aims to promote the playwriting in Cluj on a local, national and international scale and to culturally diversify the city in the perspective of Cluj-European Capital of Culture 2021.

The main objectives of the project are bringing the audience closer to the playwriting in Cluj, promoting the Cluj playwrights, promoting 100% Cluj theatre productions, diversifying Cluj-Napoca National Theatre’s list of events, promoting Cluj-Napoca National Theatre’s image and the local values.

THE INSLAND by Ada Milea based on Gellu Naum’s play, produced by Cluj-Napoca National Theatre, was awarded the Great Prize of the Festival of Contemporary Dramaturgy in Braşov. The members of the jury of the 24th edition of the festival were Andreea Dumitru, Mircea Diaconu and George Ivaşcu.

You can find details on the awards here.