The night of 13 May in Burgas, between 18:00 and 22:00 hours, will pass under the mark of public readings. In this manner, for a consecutive year, Burgas will mark the Night of literature. This is a unique event, which presents in front of a broad audience in an accessible and attractive way the contemporary European literature. In Burgas this will happen at the open-air stage "Ohluva".
The initiative has an international meaning, because in it every year participate Prague, Amsterdam, Bratislava, Brussels, Bucharest, Vilnius, Dublin, Lisbon, London, Munich, Paris, Saint Petersburg, Florence, and many more European and Bulgarian cities.
On 13 May, in the same time, in all participating cities will be organized public readings of works by contemporary European authors.
People with disabilities are joining with enthusiasm the initiative in Burgas. This s why some of the texts will be available in Braille writing system, made possible by the Center for rehabilitation and integration of visually impaired people. A teacher from the Humanitarian faculty of University "Prof. Dr. As. Zlatarov" and a student of his are also participating. The texts are divided between ladies with motor, hearing and visual impairments. Singers and musicians will be in charge of the night's good mood - the idea is every fragment of text to be supplemented with a presentation of the musical culture of Spain, Czech Republic and Hungary.
A fragment of the book "The sky has come back", by the Spanish author Clara Sanchez, will be read by Svetla Manasieva. The Hungarian cultural institute presents the book Budapest Noir, by Vilmos Kondor - read by Veronica Petrova. The book "The Germans" of the Czech author Jakuba Katalpa will be read in Braille by Katya Mircheva.
Library "P.K. Yavorov" will also join in the event, by presenting a fragment of the play "The beautiful days of Aranjuez" by the Austrian playwright Peter Handke, performed by the school of actor Valeri Elichov.