Author: Sylvia

  • Tell Me A Story

    The Tell Me A Story stage show at Heldeke! Theatre-Bar in Tallinn on 17th December was a fantastic theatrical experience. From the moment I stepped foot into the cozy atmosphere of Heldeke, I was met with a warm and inviting atmosphere. People of all ages were milling about, giving the event a unique energy that […]

  • André de Freitas: Made in Portugal

    André de Freitas: Made in Portugal

    Autumn has landed earlier in Tallinn, so to arrive at Heldeke in the evening means warming up a bit after a cold walk around the beautiful streets of Kalamaja. Sometimes almost literally: most of the shows I’ve seen required lots of hard work from the comedians to make the public get in the laughing wheel. […]

  • Pidur: Concert

    Pidur: Concert

    Isn’t ‘psychedelic’ a word we all use way too much and in way too many wrong contexts? Surely, we’ve all overused it at times: like when we say something is surreal (but is just really a bit out of the ordinary) or hilarious (when it’s just really sort of funny). Well, I can literally say […]

  • Kat Nip: Liability

    Kat Nip: Liability

    Liability is a clear and loud title for a brand new stand-up show based precisely on that concept: liability on each one’s past. Kat Nip’s performance is not only committed and powerful, she also presents herself and her own history with ravishing rawness. The way she reminisces about her family’s past, her childhood episodes, the […]

  • Ellen Meriny: Exhibition

    When I arrived at the opening night of the Ellen Meriny exhibition, I expected that the live presentation would be a lecture. I knew only that Ellen Meriny was a French artist and that she had recently relocated to Tallinn. I almost didn’t attend, running behind and not wanting to interrupt the presentation. On the […]

  • Hello world!

    Welcome to Night Light, a guide to Tallinn’s nightlife.