English Language Drama Festival, Veszprém, 24 – 26 May

  • 11 Apr 2019 10:19 AM
English Language Drama Festival, Veszprém, 24 – 26 May
American Corner Veszprém invites you to see the performances at the 11th National English Language Drama Festival in Veszprém, to be held at Agóra Veszprém Cultural Center on 24-26 May, 2019.

Every year, the Drama Festival brings together elementary school, high school and university theater troupes from all around Hungary for a 3-day event that aims at promoting English language learning, empowering and educating youth, supporting artistic creativity, and facilitating skills development and community building.

The detailed program of this year’s plays, with more information about the performing troupes, is coming later in the spring. The Drama Festival is a free program, open to everyone interested.

U.S. Embassy Budapest has been the main supporter of the event for several years.

You can find the detailed programme here.

Venue: 
Agóra Veszprém Városi Művelődési Központ
8200 Veszprém, Táborállás tér 1.
 

Source: American Corner Veszprém

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