You can find our office on the ground floor of Villa Eläintarha (Eläintarhantie 14, 00530 Helsinki). Please make an appointment in advance.
Venues and accessibility
Disabled persons’ personal assistants have free entry to the performances. Assistance dogs are welcome.
Kaikukatu 4, 00530 Helsinki
An accessible entrance to Caisa is from Kaikukatu. Entrance to Caisa’s facilities is through the patio of Leipätehdas. Caisa’s facilities are accessible: no obstacles or height differences exist in rooms or corridors.
There are clear signs at the premises. Wheelchair seats are accessible by elevator via 3rd floor. The Festivity hall, gallery and auditorium are equipped with an induction loop.
Mannerheiminaukio 2, 00100 Helsinki
Parking spaces for visitors with disabilities are located between Kiasma and the General Post Office building next door. To drive there, turn at the corner of the Post Office building towards the Sanomatalo building.
Kiasma Theatre’s upper level is wheelchair accessible.
Kiasma Theatre has an induction loop and an amplifier available.
Wheelchairs and rollators can be borrowed from the cloakroom.
There are accessible adapted toilets on the first and fifth floors.
Turunlinnantie 1, 00900 Helsinki
Access to indoors and outdoors is easy, and passageways are even.
There are two disabled parking spaces in the car park next to the Puotinharjun Puhos shopping centre.
Disabled entrance to Stoa is at the main entrance and the entrance from the Puotinharjun Puhos and the car park.
The box office is accessible.
There are spaces for wheelchairs in the performance spaces.
Both Theatre and Music Hall are equipped with induction loops.
The electrical outlets in the auditorium are earthed.
The disabled toilet is next to the Adult Education Centre.
Zodiak – Center for New Dance
Cable Factory, Tallberginkatu 1, 00180 Helsinki
The Cable Factory has in total five accessible parking places in three different locations, see more information here.
Taxis can drive inside the Cable Factory courtyard, in front of door B.
Zodiak Stage is wheelchair accessible. Elevator can be found next to staircase B. Disabled toilet facilities available in staircase B.
Moving in November
Moving in November is the most significant contemporary dance festival in the Helsinki area. Every year, the festival introduces interesting, topical and edgy dance works in its program.
Through its diverse and current programming, the festival broadens the scene of performances and makes space for artistic diversity. Moving in November also co-produces new Finnish dance and makes it visible in the international scene.
The festival’s performances advance the development of the art form in Finland. High-quality programming increases the appeal of dance and provides meaningful experiences to the audience.
To further increase the understanding of dance as an art form, Moving in November develops new forms of encounter for the audiences. In addition to performances, the festival also includes workshops, discussions, lectures and clubs in its programming. Articles, essays and other texts are also published.
Moving in November strives to be an inclusive event that celebrates diversity and enables cross-cultural encounters.
By providing opportunities to experience a variety of aesthetics, the festival also aims to strengthen our shared human experiences and mutual understanding.
Kerstin Schroth is a performing arts manager and curator based in Paris and Berlin. She holds a degree in Cultural Studies and Political Science from the University of Hildesheim.
From 2006 to 2019 she acted as company manager of Great Investment, the organizational structure behind choreographer Mette Ingvartsen’s work. In 2006 Schroth initiated the sommer.bar festival within Tanz im August, Berlin and curated it for six years.
Schroth lectures, among others, at DOCH (Stockholm), Universität der Künste/ Sommerakademie (Berlin), K3 Hamburg, and University of Gießen, on curatorial concepts, production management, finance, communication, time management, organization, and working conditions within the performing arts.
During a 10-year period she worked as production manager for international festivals such as Tanztheater International (Hannover), Tanz im August (Berlin), Poker im Osten and Context#3 – Learning by doing in Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin). She has worked in long- and short-term collaborations with performing artists such as Lindy Annis, Paul Gazzola, Frauke Havemann, Sasha Waltz and Gérald Kurdian.
Organisation and partners
The organisation behind Moving in November is Tanssiareena ry / Dance Arena. Its members are Esitystaiteen keskus ry (Center for Performance Art), Nuoren Voiman Liitto and University of the Arts / Theatre Academy.
Board members of Dance Arena (2018-19) are Liisa Pentti (president), Anne Makkonen (vice-president), Maria Matinmikko, Sanna Myllylahti, Mikko Niemistö, with vice members Anna Borgman, Eeva Muilu, Elina Pirinen and Mammu Rankanen.
Festival performances take place in various venues and production houses in the Helsinki metropolitan region. Long time partners and venues include Stoa, Kiasma Theatre and Zodiak – Center for New Dance. New important partners are Caisa, HIAP – Helsinki International Artist Programme, Kunsthalle Helsinki, Nuoren Voiman Liitto, University of the Arts / Academy of Fine Arts, and University of the Arts / Theatre Academy.
Moving in November festival is funded by Arts Promotion Centre Finland and City of Helsinki.
Moving in November festival has been recognized by EFFE International Jury to receive the EFFE Label 2019-2020.