(Slovensky)

patrí k najoceňovanejším amerických novinárkam, laureátka viacerých novinárskych cien. Jej texty vychádzajú okrem iného v Los Angeles...

Chris Keulemans

is a Dutch writer, journalist, teacher and moderator based in Amsterdam. He grew up in Baghdad and Jakarta. After settling in Amsterdam, he founded the...

(Slovensky)

je rakúska jazykovedkyňa. Narodila sa v Londýne, do školy chodila v Belehrade – dieťa diplomata. Vyštudovala vo Viedni a väčšiu...

(Slovensky)

je historička, vedecká pracovníčka Historického ústavu Slovenskej akadémie vied. Absolvovala históriu a filozofiu na Filozofickej fakulte...

Jacek Dehnel

is a Polish writer, poet, translator, essayist and painter. He lives in Warsaw and has published seven volumes of poetry, four book-length translations...

Michal Hvorecký

is a writer, blogger, columnist and translator. He lives in Bratislava, where he is head of the Goethe-Institut Library. He has published several novels,...

Haris Pašović

is a Bosnian theatre and film director based in Sarajevo. Over the course of his wide-ranging career, he has also worked as a playwright, producer,...

Baghdad

Thursday February 7th, 2019

Baghdad is a documentary theatre performance from Amsterdam, brought to Central European Forum 2018 by Enkidu Khaled and Chris Keulemans. A conversation between two worlds that do not want to talk to one another but have no other choice, two worlds represented by the young Iraqi, Enkidu, and his older Dutch friend, Chris. Both were born in the fabled city of Baghdad, not far from where the Bible locates Paradise on earth. Paradise that has turned into hell. 10 March 2018 at 7:00 pm at the Astorka-Korzo’90 Theatre.