The name Centre for Cultural Decontamination speaks for itself, I guess.
Founded in 1995, the small but mighty intellectual centre has ever since been known for its artistically & politically defying attitude. Strongly subversive during the nineties, the centre nowadays supports authors in various arts who dare think differently and are free enough to express themselves.
Theatre performances, underground films, debates (often in English!), exhibitions, book promotions, workshops, and other events created by less known or emerging artists and artistic groups is what you can see if you come, and – you could be more than pleasantly surprised. The talks often continue in the intimate and cosy atmosphere of their nice small café, and – needless to say – everyone’s invited to take part!
As they do not advertise widely, you should check their website or FB-page for anything you might be interested in.