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2 new vacancies for SPRING’s core team

Do you want to be part of the SPRING core team? Here's your chance! SPRING has 2 new vacancies: Head of Marketing & Communication and Office Assistant.

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Haribo Kimchi in september: buy tickets now!

The performance Haribo Kimchi, which was cancelled in May, will now take place on the 21st of September at 20:00 and the 22nd of September at 15:00 in the Paardenkathedraal. The ticket sale has started!

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Good news: SPRING receives multi-year funding!

Today, SPRING received the good news that we will again receive structural funding from Fonds Podiumkunsten for the period 2025-2028. A few weeks ago SPRING also received a positive funding advice from Gemeente Utrecht for 2025-2028.

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New review about Kono atari no dokoka in Theaterkrant

"I had to cry at the end of the documentary performance"

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Makersduo receives subsidy from Performing Arts Fund

Good news: ashleyho+domeniknaue receive subsidy for new makers!

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Overview SPRING 2024

Relive the festival through images here! Slideshow in chronological order.

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Last days of SPRING

SPRING 2024 has sadly ended. Relive the atmosphere of the last few days here!

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Review about The Filipino Superwoman Band in De Volkskrant

Mina Etemad in De Volkskrant: "The intelligent and entertaining performance 'The Filipino Superwoman Band' questions the role of Filipino people in the West".

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Unbearable Darkness is the critic’s choice in Theaterkrant

Neil van der Linden wrote: "Choy ka fai confuses audiences with collaboration with late butō legend."

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Review about Una Isla in Theaterkrant

Javier López Piñón wrote: "An island, a chatbot, and an ode to poetry."

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Review about (DON’T) LOOK ME IN THE EYES in Theaterkrant

"This is life as many women live it, even today. In fear, confined, while deep inside burns the desire to become that other version of themselves. Ainhoa Hernández Escudero, with her intense and repetitive choreography, makes us feel how many women never reach the next level. Bold, a bit weird, but ultimately very powerful."

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Review about Musa Insistente in Theaterkrant

"Fascinating solo reveals ingrained western values"

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