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Bibu 2024 will have a Nordic-Baltic focus. Through performances, seminars, workshops, and meetings, Bibu aims to strengthen collaboration, networking, and local international touring. The decision to highlight the Nordic-Baltic countries comes from a desire to promote more sustainable touring models and to truly showcase the amazing theatre for young audiences (TYA) of the region.

A live art form will always have to find a balance between the need to limit its carbon footprint and the need to spread performances to new audiences and inspire other artists.

The festival takes place in Helsingborg, Sweden 15-18 May.

An international Selection Committee has chosen four Nordic Baltic performances for the festival programme. Together with Bibu and our Nordic and Baltic colleagues in the “Nordic-Baltic ASSITEJ Network“, we will arrange a number of programme items for increased exchange: pitching, speed-dating, walk and talk, talks on sustainability and regional collaboration. We also invite you to a Nordic-Baltic Lounge with opportunities for coffee, hanging out, personal conversations and relaxation from an intensive festival programme.

A detailed programme will be released on on 14 March.