The organizer of the concert has decided to allow all the cavaliers to take their better half to the concert on the occasion of the upcoming Women's Day - from today until Monday 9 March at all Ticket Vison outlets and online www.tickets.rs will be able to buy a 'ticket for two' '' at a special promotional price of RSD 2,000.00.
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now available for only 2500 RSD (€22) from Tickets.rs
See Everything !!
From 13 to 22 March - Concerts, Films, Theatre, talks and openings
The legendary Irish band Hothouse Flowers will perform for the first time in Belgrade at the Bitef art cafe on March 13th. The famous band began their career in 1985 playing in the streets of Dublin. In 1988 they recorded their first album, People, which proved to be the most successful debut album in the history of Irish music.
Come and give a big welcome to Liam Ó Maonlaí, Fiachna Ó Braonáin, and Peter O’Toole.
Join us for the presentation of acclaimed Irish movie director Jim Sheridan at a screening of his celebrated film - In the Name of the Father based on the true story of the Guildford Four, four people falsely convicted of the 1974 Guildford pub bombings.
Jim Sheridan’s films have achieved popular and critical acclaim throughout the world, and garnered sixteen Academy Award nominations; two have won Academy Awards to date as well as numerous prestigious international awards. He is one of the most celebrated film directors in the world.
The European Union is Serbia’s n°1 supporter: main political and economic partner, largest trade actor, first investor and biggest donor.
This is also true for creative industries, which are essential for our economy and society. In Serbia, they have the potential to boost competitiveness, productivity, employment and sustainable economic growth, enabling Serbian entrepreneurs to participate in a growing global economy.
For this we have to thank the festival’s director, Mr. Jas Kaminski, and his team, whose vision, commitment and energy have driven Belgrade Irish Festival to continued success year after year. Jas’s remarkable curation of Belgrade Irish Festival has not only raised the profile of Ireland in Serbia but has carefully balanced this with providing a platform for contemporary Irish artists to be recognised and celebrated internationally.