Why destroy a cultural gem that has grown from 2017 and has been acclaimed and honoured locally, nationally and internationally? This question comes to mind when politicians in Aarhus suddenly [...]
We are appalled to hear that Eutopia Stage in Gellerup is being closed down. We believed the politicians were serious when they decided to reopen the theatre in Gellerup and focus on culture as [...]
If the politicians have an agenda with their politics of culture and its described visions and goals it is hopeless to close down Eutopia which is a large cultural enrichment to Gellerup and all [...]
Eutopia Stage in Gellerup is being highlighted as the good example at a conference in Kaunas. Artistic leader of Eutopia 2017, Brigitte Christensen, is in Lithuania to present the work with the [...]
As the only stage in Aarhus EUTOPIA 2017 presents Den Nydanske Kvindekamp. Geeti Amiri, Natasha Al-Hariri, Khaterah Parwani and Halime Oguz bring light to women between two worlds in a moving and [...]
"Art can do things that nothing else can. Art can build bridges across cultures and art can encourage understanding. Therefore, it is important that art gets about in all areas."
When Eutopia Stage in Gellerup next week invites us in for the play Somali Memoirs, the full cast will have their debut as actors. They all have Somali roots and have agreed to participate in [...]
Seven Danish-Somali stories of beauty, sorrow, missing and joy are used to build bridges between people and worlds who rarely would meet. This takes place at Eutopia Stage in Gellerup where the [...]
In 2016 the former Gellerup Stage was taken over by Eutopia 2017 as a part of the Capital of Culture project. The place has since then worked for the inclusion of cultural activities in the [...]
When the two acclaimed actors Charlotte Munck and Jesper Hyldegaard perform at EUTOPIA Stage in Gellerup, it will be the first time for the suggestive play LAMPEDUSA to be performed in Aarhus.
AARHUS STIFTSTIDENDE: DESPITE OF DISTURBANCE THE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL IN GELLERUP HAD OVER 5000 VISITORS
In the last five days the concrete blocks in Gellerup have been transformed into an artistic Mecca that contained concerts, dance and thought-provocing conversations.