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EFFE Laureate - Walk & Talk Azores
The Walk & Talk Festival began in 2011 as a reaction to the desperation caused by the financial crash and austerity.
EFFE Laureate - Edinburgh International Festival
At the end of August 1972, shortly after my 18th birthday, I went with my school friend James (now the BBC's Diplomatic Editor) to the Edinburgh Festival for the first time.
EFFE Laureate - Buffer Fringe Festival
There are very few events which symbolise the role of the arts in a divided society as succinctly or as effectively as the Buffer Fringe Festival.
EFFE Laureate – Theaterfestival Boulevard s’Hertogenbosch
“The rain cleared and the sun was so bright nobody could see me against it – the cameras were useless,” said Viktorien van Hulst, the Director of Theaterfestival Boulevard.
EFFE Laureate - Gdansk Shakespeare Festival
It will be a surprise to many that one of the world's most important festivals devoted to Shakespeare happens not in an English speaking centre but in Poland's northern industrial port, Gdansk.
EFFE Laureate - Mittelfest
The International Jury for EFFE noted that Mittelfest renews “a dialogue that makes the festival unique, devoted not to an artistic genre, not to a city or an author, but to a precise idea of European citizenship.
European Festivals Association’s International Jury announces the EFFE Labels 2017-2018
The International Jury intends to give the greatest diversity of festivals the opportunity to move forward as part of this European festival community.