Dimanche Rouge | experimental performance festival in Tallin and Paris
Dimanche Rouge has become one of the largest monthly experimental performance festivals in Europe and celebrates its 20th edition with a 3-day marathon festival starting in Paris and ending in Tallinn, Estonia.
Over 500 artists from almost 60 different countries have featured since its inception in February 2011.
Dimanche Rouge celebrates its 20th edition with a three-day marathon of experimental performances in Paris (France) and in Tallinn (Estonia). Over 100 artists from 26 countries will produce a wide array of groundbreaking performances including performance art, dance, multimedia, video, sound, actions, street art, live painting, spoken word and installations.
Our festival begins in Paris on Friday 19th of October with some 25 artists performing from 5pm-7pm in various hotel rooms at Belushi’s/St. Christopher’s Inn, in partnership with the Municipality of Paris 19th district festival, Les Uns Chez Les Autres. This will include special streamed performances from Sokos Hotel Viru, Tallinn.
On Saturday 20th of October the festival travels from Paris to Tallinn’s Culture Factory Polymer to present two simultaneous programs of performances and installations by some 70 artists from 24 countries (4pm-midnight). The Culture Factory Polymer event will start with a series of free workshops and round tables (2pm-4pm) and close with a DJ/VJ after party.
The festival concludes at the Kumu Art Museum on Sunday 21st October, with a program of performances from 2pm to 6pm.