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The Performistanbul YouTube channel will be presenting new live camera performances, documentaries, and interviews as well as videos of past performances.
Konya, home of 13th century Sufi poet Rumi, is best known for its whirling dervish performances. Turkey’s only official whirling dervish dance group is based in the Central Anatolian province and group members travel throughout the world to perform their shows
A unique exhibition of 40 performing machines from the U.K. Cabaret Mechanical Theatre is on display at Istanbul’s Landora Theme Park in ORA and will run for four months.
The historical Kayseri Castle, which served as a significant trade center in the past in the Central Anatolian region, is now preparing to serve as a culture and arts center.
Istanbul’s Sabancı University Drama Club is preparing to stage its first English-language performance in Turkey, the Ancient Greek tragedy “Medea.”
The Bilkent Theater Saloon will show Samuel Beckett’s play “Krapp’s Last Tape” Dec. 15 to 18.
The 738th International Rumi reunion anniversary events will start on Dec. 7 in the Central Anatolian province of Konya. Konya Gov. Aydın Nezih Doğan said that they expected a record number of visitors to come to the province this year for the festivities.
The 550-year-old sema (whirling dervish dance) hall of Istanbul’s Galata Dervish Lodge, will be home to the Şeb-i Arus event that will take place Dec. 17 for the 738th anniversary of Rumi’s death.
Graduates of French schools in Turkey commemorated the life of Gökşin Sipahioğlu, photojournalist and founder of Sipa Press...