- 10 Dec 2019 9:00 AM
Theatre shows with English subtitles:
1. One Two Three
A transform comedy in real-time by Ferenc Molnár
The minutes in Molnar's manic world start ticking down for powerful bank president Norrison, when the young heiress under his care announces her secret marriage to a communist taxi driver.
Norrison tries in vain to convince her to divorce him, but she is prepared to make her big announcement to her parents, who are arriving imminently.
So begins an hour of hilarity and tongue-twisting dialogue where Norrison sets about to transform this wholly unsuitable suitor into a perfectly well-bred, well-mannered, well-spoken and politically conservative son-in-law before time runs out.
HUF 4,490 - 6,490
2. La Cage aux Folles
A musical in two acts by Jerry Herman & Harvey Fierstein, based on the play by Jean Poiret
La Cage aux Folles is a place where everyone can be what they are. Or what they want to be. But what if you cannot show what you truly are? Faith, hope, love, work, family, country, yesterday, today, tomorrow, me, you – and us together.
Not suitable for children under 15.
HUF 8,200 - 8,900
3. The Lonesome West
In a small Irish town Valene and Coleman, two brothers living alone in their father's house after his recent death, find it impossible to exist without massive and violent disputes over the most mundane and innocent of topics.
Only father Welsh, the local priest, is prepared to try to reconcile the two before their petty squabblings spiral into vicious and bloody carnage. Is there life after death? And before?
The Lonesome West is the third installment in Martin McDonagh’s award-winning Leenane trilogy.
The performance contains strong language and some loud sound effects. Not suitable for children under 15.
HUF 3,990 - 5,990
Programme (with English subtitles):
17 January, Friday, 7:30 pm: One Two Three
18 January, Saturday, 7:30 pm: One Two Three
22 January, Wednesday, 7:30 pm: La Cage aux Folles
29 January, Sunday, 7:30 pm: The Lonesome West
Subtitles projected just above the stage. In order to see the subtitles, the theatre recommends to buy ticket for seats in back rows (7–11) or on the circle.
1024 Budapest, Margit krt. 55.
Photo courtesy of the venue