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Dear Valued Reader!

First up are new Photo Galleries for you to see who was at: 

St. Patrick’s Day Gala Bash held recently in the Buda Castle,
* and at the St. Paddy's Parade thru Budapest on 17th March.

Next up here's a look at What's On in galleries around town:

Hungarian Press Photo Exhibit, Robert Capa Center
'A New World Was Born' Exhibition, Castle Garden Bazaar
Dezső Korniss: Tradition & Abstraction, National Gallery
Video: David Lynch 'Small Stories' Exhibition @ Műcsarnok
'Contemporary Hungarian Landscape' Photo Exhibition, Kiscell Museum

As always, you can find plenty more events to suit your taste in the Xpat Calendar.

Now here's hoping you like what's in it for you below.

Yours with best wishes, Team XpatLoop

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Calendar highlights

Alchemists Taste The Music: James Bond Night @ The Studios

Some say nobody does it better (than Bond, and Dez), and who are we to argue? Join the man with the golden shaker on a mission to find 007 and his drinks.

21 March - 1064 Budapest, Vörösmarty u. 38.

Harmony Jazz Workshop @ Budapest Jazz Club

Cintia Horváth was already successful as a music student, and her star still keeps rising as she leads her own group and joins one of the greatest Hungarian jazz bands.

22 March - 1136 Budapest, Hollán Ernő u. 7.

Ladies’ Breakfast @ Riverside Church Budapest

Special guest speaker, Amanda Nelson, CEO of Vodafone HU speaking on Women and Faith in the Workplace.

23 March - 1113 Budapest, Karolina út 17/A.

Improv Workshop With Gerry Weber @ Momentán Társulat

This event will take a look at the nine archetypical relationships which are the foundations of all relationships. Following from this we can find the inner stories within these relationships, and improvise away!

24 March - 1066 Budapest, Ó utca 4.

Free Storytelling Theater: ’Hate Speech Monologues’ @ CEU

A one time performance of this CEU tradition, a storytelling theater on prejudices, discrimination, and responses to them, as always, in the words of the performing students.

25 March - 1051 Budapest, Nádor u. 9.

Vuk Dance Theatre For Children @ Palace Of Arts

The classic Hungarian story about Vuk, the little fox, who discovers life through crafty escapades and adventures, and with the help of some tender loving care.

26 March - 1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell u. 1.

Festival De La Francophonie: Émile Parisien Quartet

The French jazz scene has a vitality, an originality and a do-it- all and do-it-anyway mentality about it right now. It is French musicians who are blazing the new trails for contemporary European jazz.

26 March - Opus Jazz Club, 1093 Budapest, Mátyás u. 8.


Sunday Brunch Day @ The Kupola Lounge, 24 March

Experience the brand new themed Sunday brunch in The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, and revel in diverse flavours, colours and aromas artfully presented by their expert culinary team.

Register In March For Popular AISB Summer Camps

The American International School Budapest is calling all 4 to 15-year-old children to spend summer days in a safe, fun environment, and to enjoy the school campus while making friends and further developing English language skills.

Matyó Brunch @ Corinthia Hotel Budapest, 24 March

Inspired and decorated by the famous Hungarian embroidery, our Matyó Brunch offers a range of irresistible folk customs-inspired dishes, such as stacked potato tart, baked duck leg and cabbage, flatbread and carrot strudel.

IB Visual Arts, Film & Music Evening @ BISB

From The British International School Budapest: "Year 13 Visual Arts students made their Art Teacher very proud on Tuesday 12 March. The fantastic artwork they have spent the last two years making transformed the BISB theatre into an Art gallery..."

New movies in Budapest