Alice Guy-Blaché was a cinema pioneer: the first female film director and the first woman to run her own studio
Meet the singer and actress who was the first Swede to hit the US charts
Singer, actor and activist known for her distinctive singing style and voice
Multicultural theatre company inspiring new generations of performers
Partners Michaél Mac Liammóir and Hilton Edwards were leading figures in 20th century theatre in Ireland
Singer-songwriter and advocate for the rights of Black people across the world
Hugely talented Swedish opera singer who enjoyed worldwide fame in the mid-19th century
Photographs, drawings, paintings and postcards of Europe's grand opera houses, concert halls and theatres
Vintage photography of scenes and costumes from opera productions and the Kaunas State Theatre, one of the oldest functioning theatres in Lithuania.
Passionate flute playing, guitar wizardry and trumpet serenades: these musical scenes abound in joy and dedication, with a delightful touch of quirkiness.
William Shakespeare may have written that all the world’s a stage, but today on #LoveTheatreDay, all Europeana is a stage.
Travel through Europe and see these depictions of Don Giovanni / Don Juan.
A striking illustration of the relationship between Venice, Istria and Dalmatia.
Dancer, spy and freedom fighter - Josephine Baker was a force throughout her life as a performer and activist.
From Hollywood glamour to the Siberian gulag, explore this Lithuanian actor and director's life
Celebrating a continent’s culture with more than 60 cities across Europe having held the title
The Swedish Skeppstedts family emigrated to the United States and became famous for founding the Ice Follies, the first travelling extravaganza on ice.
The cinematic life of Poland’s first film star
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