Ukraine month in Europe | Divadelná Nitra

8.02.2023 - 30.03.2023

Those Who Stayed, Part 2 – Jaroslav, Tatiana and Kolya (22.02.2023)

The second part of the original Slovak documentary Those Who Stayed is about Izium, a town in the east of the Kharkiv region, for which fierce battles took place, and about Kamjanka, a village east of Izium towards Sloviansk. The film tells about people who survived the Russian war and occupation in the most cruel conditions. Mass graves of victims are still being uncovered in Izium. The play reveals the face of the Russian war bit by bit through the stories of people who, for various reasons, did not or could not leave their homes.

The first public screening of the documentary, directed by Viera Dubačová, provides a testimony of a tragedy in the middle of Europe. The event includes a discussion with the participation of the creators (Viera Dubačová, Michal Fulier), moderated by Lucia Štasselová.

During the discussion with the creators, we will watch the latest footage from their last trip to Ukraine and listen to the messages of residents of Kherson and other cities addressed to Slovakia.


Kultúrny priestor bod.K7
Štefánikova trieda 7 Nitra

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365. Neverending posters? (8.02.2023 – 30.03.2023)

On February 24, 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine, Mykola Kovalenko decided to create one poster every day of the war. At that time, he had no idea what a commitment he was making. The exhibition in the Gallery Behind the Glass (gallery space of bod.K7) is a selection of posters commemorating a devastating war during 365 days. The exhibition is connected with a meeting with Kovalenko in March and the merchandising of artefacts with the motif of his posters.

Gallery Behind the Glass

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Creative Saturday not only for children: Creative Spring Allure (18.03.2023 16:00 – 17:30)


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Folkekøkken with Nitra´s Mareena: Ukrainian edition (23.03.2023 18:00 – 19:30)

Folkekøkken („kitchen of people”) is a Danish concept of community dining that provides a space for cultural exchange.

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Date: 8.02.2023 - 30.03.2023

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