for theater

Since its foundation in 2002, we have produced and co-produced several theater performances, among which; “One flew Over the Kosovo Theater”, “Yue Madeleine Yue”, “Patriotic Hypermarket”, “The Last Supper”, “War in Times of Love”, “Travel to UNMIKISTAN”, “Enea 06”, “Love. State. Kosovo” “The Demolition of the Eiffel Tower” etc.
We create fresh and innovative theater performances that communicate across lingual and cultural borders and brings these performances to diverse audiences locally and internationally
Some of the theaters and companies with which we have cooperated with are: Volkstheater, Vienna; Markus Zohner Theater Compagnie, Lugano; Nomad theater, London; L'Espace d'un instant, Paris; National Theater of Kosovo, Prishtina; Bitef Theater, Belgrade; CZKD, Belgrade; Oda Theater, Prishtina; National Theater of Albania, Tirana; CTC, Skopje etc.
Our productions have been presented in various festivals throughout Europe, including: Euro-scene Leipzig; Die Besten aus dem Osten, Vienna; Via Modena - Italy; FIT Lugano; Zoom Festival - Croatia; International Theater Festival “JoakimInterFest” Kragujevac - Serbia; Spielart Festival München, Zürcher Theater Spektakel - Switzerland, CULTURESCAPES - Switzerland, Desire Festival Novi Sad - Serbia, Exponto International Theatre Festival – Lubljana ect.



After Great Britain's tragicomic exit from the EU, the empty space has to be filled quickly, otherwise the EU might collapse.
Europe has turned its eyes on Kosovo, which unexpectedly finds itself facing an historic opportunity, which it must exploit. But, as always, it comes with a huge challenge. In addition to Kosovo, Serbia also has the chance to enter the EU.
People and animals in Kosovo mobilise to meet the standards that Europe has set as a condition of entry, and to do this better and faster than Serbia.
The basic EU document that is given to the Kosovar authorities is called Kosovo and 3,000 easy regulations on the way to Europe.
The Tony Blair Slaughterhouse in Prishtina, from now onward, must start to sell meat which has been quality-controlled. In their effort to meet this condition, the owners of the slaughterhouse make a Kafkian journey through the state bureaucracy, dealing with officials and bureaucrats who are unhelpful and corrupt. They even have to steal a giraffe from the Skopje zoo for the prime minister of Kosovo to eat on his birthday.
And while some people in the new country naively commit to this new challenge, the Orwellian world of animals mobilises and wants to exploit this political momentum to set out and articulate their demands for more dignified slaughter.
Written by a local cynic, this play is a tragicomic panorama of the current Kosovar and European reality. Kosovo's sincere aspiration to join the EU is confronted on the one hand by confusing and ridiculous European regulations and requirements, and on the other hand, by the ruses of bureaucrats who care only about making things 'look okay on paper'.
Ass. Director: Enkeleda Arifi
Stage manager: Lendita Idrizi
Ass. e produksionit: Sophia Sinani
Technical director: Denis Berisha
Light: Mursel Bekteshi, Denis Berisha
Text: Jeton Neziraj
Produced by Qendra Multimedia, Prishtina /
Financed by:
Olof Palme International Center, Culture for All – phase III, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Kosovo
Qendra Multimedia by the European Union Office in Kosovo