Contemporary Drama Festival Budapest

From the Wednesday, 27th November to the Monday, 2nd December 2013 the Contemporary Drama Festival will be taking place in Budapest providing the perfect opportunity to start discovering Hungarian theatre.

Budapest Contemporary Drama Festival

Budapest Contemporary Drama Festival

Throughout the festival visitors will have the chance to see a selection of the most outstanding new Hungarian theatre productions with all shows subtitled in English.

The festival will showcase these performance in a contemporary style providing an incredible platform for new, talented young professionals to present their works to new audiences.

Themes touched on by the festival include those related to Hungary’s communist past as well as some more lighthearted performance.

Visitors to the festival will no doubt enjoy both the artistic and the social elements with evening dinners and live concerts planned.

See you at the festival!

Tickets are available from the event venues taking part in the festival.


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