Top theatre from all corners of the world, big names we never would have hoped for, and a newscast that we will broadcast at unexpected times. Festival day newspaper The Dodo, now a household name in festival land, is going all out this year at the Holland Festival.
Of course. It is every blogger's dream, professional or amateur, to be at Holland Festival performances. For our team, it is no different. But we want more. After all: seeing the traditional show, writing a piece and then calling yourself a reviewer: it feels a bit dated. That's why we keep trying new methods, new ways to tell you something about why this or that artist, or that-and-that performance matters, or should be avoided, or why you should just find out for yourself.
A major goal of the cooperative that the cultural news agency has recently become is to innovate arts journalism. So that's where we need you. To let us know if we're having a bit of fun, or if we're doing nothing.
We therefore ask that you follow us as annoyingly as we follow the Holland Festival. Check out our Stanislavski newsreels, produced semi-live for fresh-from-the-liver news and reactions about the Netherlands' most prestigious festival.