bunker and the old power station

City of Women: ERASED GAZES • 8th December at 6 pm
City of Women: MODAL MEDLEY IN FOUR ACTS • 9th December at 6 pm
New HEARING LOOP installed
City of Women: THE RETURN OF ISTHAR • 10th December at 8 pm
Leja Jurišić: RED FOREST • 14th and 15th December at 8 pm
Bunker’s New Year’s Dance & Misfit’s Party • 17th December at 8 pm
Beton Ltd.: Everything We’ve Lost While We’ve Gone On Living • 20th & 22nd December at 8 pm
TERY ŽEŽELJ • READING THE LANDSCAPE • INVITATION

ABOUT US

Bunker is a non-profit organization for the realization and organization of cultural events, established by Nevenka Koprivšek in 1997. Bunker produces and presents contemporary theatre and dance performances, organizes different workshops and other educational programmes with a special focus on cultural and artistic education, participates in or leads numerous international projects, organizes international discursive forums and discussion evenings, and produces one of the most prominent international contemporary performing arts festivals – the Mladi Levi Festival.

Since the year 2004, Bunker programmes and manages the inspirational  space of The Old Power Station – Elektro Ljubljana.

Nevenka Koprivšek suddenly passed away in February 2021.  You are welcome to read some thoughts written in the book of condolences IN MEMORIAM Nevenka.

The Old Power Station is a space for contemporary perfroming arts. It is buzzing with activities: several groups use it as their rehearsal venue; it is a place for different workshops, which range from cultural management to dance techniques, while in the evening, the power station is a venue for various contemporary performances and other multimedia events.

The programme in the Old Power Station is a combination of international performances, presented in the frame of various festivals, as well as a selection of interesting Slovene contemporary artists.

The red thread of all events in The Old Power Station is the desire to explore and move the boundaries of the aesthetic and the expected, as well as the desire for engagement in the local and global environment.