ADDRESS

W A U H A U S Office

Sörnäisten rantatie 33 C

Helsinki 00530

Finland 

Postal address:

Vanajantie 13-15 b 5

Helsinki 00510

Finland 

CONTACT

 

info (at) wauhaus.fi

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WAUHAUs

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NEWS

Performances in 2020

Sapiens - A story of the storytelling species will continue in the Finnish National Theatre for the spring 2020. Check the dates here.

Premiere 2019

Our upcoming piece Sapiens - A story of the storytelling species will premiere on the 11th of September in the Finnish National Theatre.

On tour 2019

Flashdance

22.10. METEOR-festival, Bergen, Norway

Fluids

29.11.  XS – Festival for New Dance and Performance, Turku, Finland

4.5 at Narva Vaba Lava, Estonia and 11th of May at New Baltic Dance, Vilnius.

On tour 2018

Fluids

21.–22.9. STL, Tallinn
26.–27.9. ZIL, Moscow
3.10. Gertrūdes ielas teātris, Riga
29.–30.11. STL, Tallinn

Flashdance

15th of December Ice Hot, Nordic dance platform, Reykjavik

5-6th of July 2018, Balto Scandal festival, Rakvere

Premiere 2018

Our upcoming piece Fluids will premiere in Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava Tallinn on the 3rd of May.

On tour 2017

W A U H A U S is performing Flashdance and Private dancer in Kanuti Giildi SAAL in December. Shows running from 4th till 8th of December.
 

 

 

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W A U H A U S is a Helsinki-based arts collective, active in today's performance field. They create their own work in various spaces, from small experimental theatres to huge stadiums. The works of W A U H A U S take on many different forms, but are often centred around materiality, the body of the audience member, empathy and strong audio-visual concepts. The members of W A U H A U S are director Anni Klein, scenographer Samuli Laine, choreographer Jarkko Partanen and sound designers Jussi Matikainen and Heidi Soidinsalo. Other artist are often invited to collaborate in the group’s works.

The group's works have been described as ”contemporary performances that utilize popular culture, and are simultaneously entertaining as well as capable of illuminating the structures of our society”.