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Hungarian Opposition Mark 1956 Anniversary
Gábor Vona, leader of the radical nationalist Jobbik party, said in Corvin Alley, a stronghold of revolutionaries in 1956, that the freedom fighters had drawn their strength from the patriotic interwar regime of Miklós Horthy. He said the 1956 revolution was “the most noble act” in Europe’s postwar history. more »
October 23 Commemorations In Hungary To Include Exhibitions & Film Screenings
This year’s official commemorations of the 1956 anti-Soviet uprising will include exhibitions, films screenings and a walk through history in the Hungarian Radio building, the organisers said. Nóra Ivády, head of the defence ministry’s national event organising office, said that the series of commemorative events will start on October 21 with a wreath-laying ceremony at the 1956 Technical University Memorial. more »
Budapest Opera To Stage Verdi, Haydn Masterpieces In “Month Of Remembrance”
The Hungarian State Opera offers a selection of extraordinary programmes in November, the month of anniversaries and remembrance. Audiences are treated to performances featuring international guest stars and a special evening combining opera with contemporary dance. Finally, Il mondo della luna by Haydn, the new production of this period takes place at the Baroque Theatre of the Royal Palace of Gödöllő. more »

Uniquely Hungary: Delighted To See Ludwig Go Pop In Budapest, By Anne Zwack


Uniquely Hungary: Delighted To See Ludwig Go Pop In Budapest, By Anne Zwack
Until I came to this sensational exhibition at the Ludwig Museum I didn’t know I liked Pop Art. Basically I only knew Warhol’s Campbell Soup and Lichtenstein’s comic strips which are here as well, but I was unprepared for the arresting impact of this huge collection of art works whose artistic quality, it seems to me, outweighs what they call in marketing meetings here the “Vow Effect”. more »

Invitation: IHBC Autumn Visit To Göd Orphanage, 17 October


Invitation: IHBC Autumn Visit To Göd Orphanage, 17 October
The local expat-lead Irish-Hungarian Business Circle is visiting this special Orphanage in Göd, to bring some variety and fun to the lives of the residents. And everyone is welcome to join-in and support. more »

Activists Arrested As Family Is Evicted


Activists Arrested As Family Is Evicted
Police handcuffed and arrested activists who were trying to prevent the eviction of a woman afflicted with cancer, along with her family, from an Eighth District flat on Thursday. The family has rented the one-and-a-half room apartment from the district council for more than 30 years. The woman is reportedly unable to pay the bills because she is suffering from a brain tumour. The family’s monthly income is Ft 60,000. more »



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