ASSITEJ Norway moved into the new Sentralen, right in the heart of Oslo, on March 1, 2016. Sentralen is the oldest savings bank in Norway, and has been converted into a unique building with six venues for cultural experiences. Sentralen is the workplace for over 350 creative people producing a range of cultural expressions, and working to find new solutions to social challenges. ASSITEJ Norway are excited to be part of Sentralen, and has also launched its new series; Teaterlørdag UNG. One Saturday, each month, our members are able to show their performances for a young audience in Oslo. The premiere was on March 12, where Pia Maria Roll and her production “Let’s Run” was showed for two full houses- We’re looking forward to continuing the success with high quality performing arts for a young audience.
In 2016, SAND International Festival of Performing Arts for a Young Audience will be arranged from September 15-17, in Kristiansand, Norway.
The festival’s ambition is to be an eye opener and a source of inspiration for anyone who works with and is interested in performing arts for young people, and at SAND, the young audience will be able to experience and participate in performing arts at an outstanding level.
The programme will be soon be launched on www.sandfestival.no and on Facebook. Keep the dates!