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Dear viewers!

We want to remind you the simple rules of visiting the Kurbas Theater in quarantine due to the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
! Visitors must wear respirators or protective masks covering their mouths and noses for all time being in the theater. Theater staff who serve you also work in protective masks and gloves.
! Before passing the ticket control, visitors must undergo hand disinfection and temperature screening. Visitors with a body temperature above 37.0 ° or with signs of respiratory disease will not be allowed to enter inside.
! We have created new layout of seats for each performance, taking into account the observance of the distance. We ask you to keep a social distance of 1.5 m in the theater. And during the break, if it's possible, please go outside so that during this time we can ventilate the auditorium.

Please do not disregard the rules. This is extremely important! We will be very grateful for your understanding and your responsible attitude!

27 nov 19:00

Knives in Hens

David Harrower
28 nov 19:00


A poetry arrangement of Bohdan Ihor Antonych


Since its founding in 1988 the Lviv Les Kurbas Theatre has consistently been one of Ukraine’s most critically acclaimed theatres. Characterized by its ongoing explorations for new theatrical territory, it claims a culturally diverse repertoire (Skovoroda, Schmitt, Ukrainka, Chekhov, Stus, Plato, Mishima, KLIM, Williams, Antonych, MacDonagh, Beckett…to name a few) while still retaining the ground of its Ukrainian roots. Its work has been performed internationally, and awarded laurels at numerous festivals. It has collaborated in joint projects and workshops at the Gardzience Centre of Theatre Studies (Poland), The Workcentre of Jerzy Grotowski (Italy), Anatolii Vasiliev’s Studio at the School of Dramatic Art (Russia). It is the recipient of Ukraine’s greatest cultural reward – National Shevchenko’s Prize, and in 2007 it was granted the cultural status as an Academic Theatre.