Contact and office opening hours
8000 Århus C
Phone no: (+45) 86 19 00 79
E-mail: [email protected]
Bora Boras office and phone are open for enquiries weekdays 10 am – 4 pm.
Entrance to Bora Bora’s administration is not via the main entrance (foyer/HeadQuarters). It is located in the opposite end of the building towards Frederiks Allé (the door in the schoolyard is marked with a sign).
You will find e-mail adresses for Bora Bora’s staff at the bottom of this page.
How to find Bora Bora
Bora Bora is located at Brobjergskolen, building 1D, Valdemarsgade 1, 8000 Aarhus C.
The theatre is just a short walk from the train station and the main shopping street.
Nearly all busses stop at Park Allé, only a few minutes walk to the teatre.
You can get help getting to Bora Bora at Rejseplanen.dk
There is a large paid parking lot just next to Bora Bora at the Scandinavian Congress Centre.
HeadQuarters and arrival
The theatre entrance and ticket booth is down the stairs and through the lobby bar HeadQuarters (HQ). This is where you pick up your tickets at the entrance before a performance starts. At HeadQuarters you can buy beer, alcohol and soft drinks, listen to live music and djs or have a cup of coffee. Find out more about HeadQuarters or follow them on Facebook.
Doors open at HeadQuarters half an hour before performance starts – which is normally 19:30 on weekdays and 17.00 on Saturdays. But remember to check the time of each performance here on this site or on your ticket as starting times may vary. Audience is let in to the performance five minutes before starting time. Please be on time, as the doors will be closed on time when the performance starts.
HeadQuarters’ regular opening hours:
When there are Bora Bora performances on days when HeadQuarters is closed then doors will open half an hour before the performance starts.
Access for the disabled and wheelchair users
You can visit Bora Bora as a wheelchair user. From HeadQuarters there is a wheelchair lift to both the small and large teatre rooms. Please contact the office before a performance as we need to move some chairs in the audience row in advance. For further information contact the administration at Bora Bora, phone no. (+45) 86 19 00 79.
Use of technical equipment
We kindly ask our audience to turn off all cellphones and other electronical equipment during a performance. It is not allowed to film, take pictures of or record the performance in any way.
Jesper de Neergaard
Lars Kjær Dideriksen
(+45) 22 72 00 79
Jeppe H. Nissen
Lotte Kofod Ludvigsen
Pernille Lund Olesen
Jimmi Nørgaard Sørensen
We do not have an intern at present time.
Accountant: Frede Søgaard
IT-support: Ture Gjørup
Box office: Maja Ravn Christiansen, Or-Emilie Yonah, Signe Wriedt Jakobsson, Heidi Smedmann Albrechtsen
Bente Steffensen (chairman)
Lisbeth Klixbüll (deputy chairman)
Henrik Kaare Nielsen
Anne Majgaard Basse
Lars Kjær Dideriksen (staff representative)
Production house of dance and visual theatre
Bora Bora presents, produces and co-produces national and international performances, organizes festivals, conducts artistic experiments and initiates residencies and workshops.
Through exchanges with partners in different networks across Europe, we want to show our audience the newest and freshest in visual performing art. We also work together with partners to internationalize production possibilities for a wide range of artists locally and nationally. We facilitate contact between the Aarhus audience and European artists, and between the artists in general.
Festivals are an important part of Bora Bora. Through festivals, audiences can meet artists from different countries, exchange views and experiences, and initiate long-lasting collaborations.
With the opening of Bora Bora, Entré Scenen started a new era as a production house of dance and visual theatre.
The official opening was February 17-18, 2012 with the performance, “This Door Is Too Small (for a bear)”. The “birth” of Bora Bora started a bit earlier – July 1, 2011 – when Entré Scenen moved to Brobjergskolen and took over the dance stage under its new name, Bora Bora.
Bora Bora is supported by The Performing Arts Committee of the Danish Arts Council and The Municipality of Aarhus.
This website is created with financial support from Tuborgfondet.
Bora Bora is a member of the European Dancehouse Network (read more here)
Bora Bora takes part in a number of national and international projects because we wish to further the development of European performing arts, create more opportunities for the artists, and bring high-quality international art to Aarhus.
In the years 2012-2015, our main projects opened up new possibilities for producing and presenting performing art by building new creating platforms and co-producing selected works from interesting Nordic and Baltic dance and performance companies.
Aerowaves is a hub for dance discovery in Europe that creates cross-border performance opportunities for emerging choreographers. The network shares resources and insights to actively enhance connections between dance artists, programmers and audiences across Europe.
Aerowaves now has partners in 33 countries. The network brings together the professional knowledge, personal insight and love for dance of 45 members. Each year in October, these partners vote for the next group of Aerowaves artists at an intensive meeting where hundreds of videos are watched and discussed.
In April 2017 Bora Bora will be presenting the annual Spring Forward Festival in Aarhus, a meeting point for the network’s partners that features performances by Aerowaves artists.
Read more at Aerowaves.org
Personal data policy
Read Bora Bora’s policy on personal data here.