This road blog is an experiment in the sphere of cultural integrity by means of theatre and literature.

Here, you can follow my performances and check on my writings - both fictional and non-fictional. Reviews on literature, theatre and film will also appear on this page.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Let's call this "part one." I thought it might be hard for someone to trace the story so chances are it makes no sense to you at all. Given that, I figured what the fuck...

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Phat Bride Productions proudly presents

Phat Bride Flair Night

One of Bulgaria's finest bartenders, Vasil Ermenkov is coming to Amsterdam on 26th of June for an exclusive performance along with his crew member Ivo Kamenov. The two are enrolled to The Roadhouse Flair World Challenge  in London on June 24th and will be kicking it in Amsterdam for a night. So check that sick flair night by Phat Bride and subscribe for more info (coming soon).

To see Vasil Ermenkov's performance on Polonia Fusion Flair Competition 2012 (BG) click on the link underneath his very own 5tins/1bottle video underneath.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Check out this dub step/grime mix by HEMP that just got out. Click here to start audio. Play list underneath.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Here we are - official PREMIERE

Phat Bride Production presents

Here we are

by Dorothy Parker

Starring: Georgi Daverov and Eirini Kariotaki
Directed by Georgi Daverov
Installation/Decor: Sandra Stoycheva

June 17 - De Nieuwe Anita - 8:00 p.m. (Pre-premiere)
June 19 - OT301 - 8:30 p.m. (OFFICIAL PREMIERE)
June 24 - De Niuewe Anita - 8:00 p.m.

Ticket: 4 Euro

Book your seat by sending a message to with your name, date of the show and number of seats and we'll get back to you, or by calling 0031647076051

After two years of Sex, Drugs and Rock & Rolling a time has come for a new show. In this classical one act play I partner with Greek actress Eirini Kariotaki as my newly wedded wife. "Here we are" is our first common project, which also happens to be my director debut. Sandra Stoycheva's Installation/Decor, especially constructed for "Here we are," might cause you to unwittingly twitch in the frequency of an on-going train, all the way back to the 1930s. And while looking for the cigarette girl, be careful not to miss on what those two newlyweds have to say. Married or not, chances are you draw the similarities between what people bicker about, no matter the times. We no longer dress, talk, walk or smoke that way, but couples haven't changed a bit.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Back to London on 3rd of June

Phat Bride Productions presents:
"Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll"

Now going monthly at Etcetera Camden Theatre - London
Next Show: June 3 - 8:30 p.m. - ticket: 9 pounds (5 pounds concession)
Book here: Etcetera or call 020 7482 4857
You can also send an email to
For more info go to facebook

SEX, Drugs, Rock and Roll, performed by Georgi Daverov, first toddled in the beginning of September, 2010. The official premiere took place in Theatre laboratory Sfumato where it appeared monthly throughout the season, constantly touring around Bulgaria.

In September, 2011 the project turned bilingual after two consecutive nights in English – Griffioen Cultuurcentrum (Amstelveen) and OT301 (Amsterdam). With more than forty appearances, Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll now goes monthly in Amsterdam, London, Prague and Sofia.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Queen's Day and some mo'

HARD to the core gigs around Queen's Day, including some outdoor hip-hop in between. Celebrations this year started a bit earlier with OT 301's Power VS Power Label Night on Friday - April 27, followed by Thirsty Dogg outdoor party for the Queen's birthday on Monday - April 30 and Vrankrijk's
punk/crust night on Tuesday - May 1.

Void Strike - Power vs Power event at the OT 301 happened to be the night before Queen's Day weekend. Urban sounds, hip-hop, drum & bass and hardcore - all scheduled between 9:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. Live act by Shen Connerie (Fr/Alg), Dj set by no28 (Fr) & Power vs Power (Pl) and visuals by Nuns with Guns - all performing in support of the street kids in Indonesia - benefit initiative by the OT301.

Thirsty Dogg's outdoor celebration started at 10 a.m. on Queen's Day, providing beer for the thirsty, beer for the hungry and beer for the poor. Check on the video underneath.

More of the raw with Vrankrijk's 1st of May event. Death Reign (crust punk / France) and Autonoma Paradise & The Dreadlock Terror (crust / France) both kicked the crowed at one of Amsterdam's legendary squats. The social center opened doors at 7 p.m. Entry was free and bands started playing around 10 p.m. Beer was cold and sound was rough so for that, we thank you. 

In case you wander what to do this month, pick one of the following:

For those of you residing in Amsterdam:
House of Hip Hop & 5-elementz present MC SUPERNATURAL & IMANI (The Pharcyde) - Thursday 10th of May - 5-elementz - support: DJ Jane Doe - Ticket: 10 Euro - Doors: 22:00 - No Guestlist! ONLY 90 TICKETS AVAILABLE! More info at

LA COKA NOSTRA - May 20 - 20:30 - 17.50 Euro / 22.50 at the door. More info here.

Oi Polloi (uk) + KlikoKommando + Landverraad - OCCII - May 23 - More info here

For those of you residing in the UK:
Do not miss on the next Don't Flop event. Crazy hip-hop battles with some of the best UK freestylers. More info here

For those of you residing in Brussels:
Check on the on going Brussels Short Film Festival - Bulletfilm. More info here

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Kick ass weekend in Amsterdam

Richart's Expo
TWO events worth seeing in Amsterdam last weekend.  Richart Pintura’s     exhibition at the Jam Studios Amsterdam (Haarlemmerweg 315) on 21st of April – Saturday, followed by Reef The Lost Cauze's live performance at   Akhnaton (Nieuwezijds Kolk 25) on 22nd of April – Sunday.

Richart's expo (video underneath) opened no later than 7 p.m. on Saturday. And though mistaken on the flyer, it looked like people had no problem finding the street number. Pintura's perspective on pop icons, political figures and historical symbols in general, expressed through his spray painting techniques, turned inspiring enough for Chico P. Monev (drums) and Lazar Stoychev (turntables) who jammed the brains out of it.

Johnny Cash, Barack Obama, Mahatma Gandhi,      Louis Armstrong, Bob Marley, John Kennedy and Elvis Presley were just few of the portraits presented at the Jam Studios. The entire exhibition, piece by piece, you can check on Richart's blog. All the photos and footage from that night you can find on Wanderworm's facebook page. Pics you can check here and here. To see more videos click here. This article continues, giving you some details on Reef's show at the Akhnaton, right after Camilla Ericsson's photo coverage... 

Reef the Lost Cauze (born Sharif T. Lacey in 1982) is a prominent underground hip hop artist based in Philadelphia. He became well known on the underground circuit towards the late 90s and more so in the early 2000's, making his mark by winning many battle competitions within New York and interstate and displaying rare skills of what many called true MCing. Releasing the 'The High Live' album in 2001, Cauze moved on by teaming up with his past partners and friends and released 'The Invisible Empire' in 2003 to much critical acclaim and thus establishing his name among many circles and hip hop heads, as well as the underground. 'Feast or Famine' was released in 2005 again to positive critical reception, as well as his side project 'The Torture Papers' being part of Army of the Pharaohs in 2006 (info: wikipedia)
The show on 22nd was presented by Prix'd the Ami Coffee-Shop Coffee-shop,starting at 11 p.m.  Ticket was 10 Euro, but ladies could enter free with the flyer above. This event, as well as numerous other shows, taking place in Amsterdam, is all due to Sandy Karlsson who is bringing some of the world's most favorite hip hop artists in town for quite a long time. And for that, we thank her.

Ground up (photo on the left) was the band to warm up the crowd. You can check how they did it, clicking on the video below. And for those of you who don't know them (Neither did I), check out the info paragraph underneath the video.

GROUND UP first started taking shape in the summer of 2008 at Temple University's Freshman Orientation in North Philadelphia. It was her that Ground Up's two MCs Azar and Malakai met. It wasn't long before they realizing they shared an affinity for expressing themslefs via spoken and written word
As the Fall semester arrived, the two wordsmiths found themselfs creating tracks on campus. They soon called on Ground Up's exlusive produser and Bij Lincs who completed the head-nodding trifecta. (info: Ground Up's website)  

Reef started his performance right after Ground Up got off the stage. The place was packed for his opening and it stayed that way to the end. Reef's appearance you can check underneath. To see more of what he did that night go here and here

Besides the gig at Akhnaton, Reef tha Lost Cauze also made one exclusive performance at the Prix'd Ami coffee-shop earlier that day (video below).

video: Thirsty Dogg 

If you are wondering what to do this weekend, you can start  now and catch the night at the Thirsty Dogg

If you feel like crashing the party you might prefer OT301's Friday event. More info here: OT301. And by all means try to catch POWER VS POWER tomorrow night, again at the OT301

Don't miss my next performance in LONDON on 3rd of May. More info you can find on the blog. And also  here. The show starts at 21:30 - Etcetera Theatre Camden. Book your seat here

Last, but not least, check out my premiere shows of 'Here we are' by Dorothy Parker. Doing my debut as a director, I'll perform together with Greek actress Eirini Kariotaki at the OT301 cinema on 19th of June, and the Nieuwe Anita on 17th and 24th of June.