Running from January until the end of June 2022, the Perform Europe Live Programme offers more than 250 presentations of over 45 artistic works in 27 Creative Europe countries and the UK. With its Live Programme, Perform Europe sets to redefine how performing art works can reach audiences in a more fair, inclusive, and sustainable way.
The programme gathers more than more than 85 producers and presenters selected by the Jury and is spread across more than 90 physical and digital locations in the Creative Europe countries and the UK, offering incredible performances and dance installations, intriguing documentary theatre, immersive public choreography, acrobatic circus shows, pioneering workshops, and much, much more.
Perform Europe partnerships The Art of Conflict, Feminist Futures, and Beyond Touring kick off the year with the first Perform Europe presentations.
For more information about the presentations and how to buy tickets already for the January presentations, explore the Perform Europe Live programme on an interactive map.
About Perform Europe Partnerships About Perform Europe
Led by over 85 partners, the 19 ambitious Perform Europe partnerships are hitting the road to test new ways of touring and presenting performing arts works across borders in a more fair, inclusive, digital, and sustainable way. The selected projects represent all performing arts disciplines and 27 Creative Europe countries and the UK.
Want to know more about the projects? Check out the Perform Europe Catalogue. In it you will find an overview of the 19 partnerships that were selected by the Perform Europe Jury.
About Perform Europe
Perform Europe supports experiments to make touring of performing arts works in Creative Europe countries more sustainable and inclusive. The overall aim is to design a future support scheme for cross-border touring and digital distribution of the performing arts.
Perform Europe is funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and co-managed by IETM – International network for contemporary performing arts, the European Festivals Association (EFA), Circostrada, EDN – European Dancehouse Network, and IDEA Consult.