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Jaguar & Land Rover Support Hungarian Artists
Even the vendors of Jaguar and Land Rover have snapped at the Hungarian talent spotter show which has been purchased by an American company recently. The mentioned brands are expected to become more popular amongst the sophisticated, adept audience by the action. more »
Budapest ArtWeek, 19 - 24 April
Starting from 2016, BudapestArtWeek is a new program series aimed to give a new drive and direction for fine art lovers, supplementing the Budapest Spring Festival’s classic arts program series. It provides a unique opportunity to serve as an orientation point for plenty of fine arts events. more »
Historic Churches Address March Of The Living For The First Time
This year’s March of the Living marked the first time that commemorative event was addressed by representatives of Hungary’s historic churches. Chief Rabbi Róbert Frölich said that although the Synagogue and the Basilica are just a few minutes’ walk apart, “there were times when the sobbing of the Synagogue and the cries for help from Jews who were to be sent to die fell on deaf ears and closed doors.” But today, Christians and Jews pay tribute to the martyrs of the Holocaust together. more »

The Moon Opera, Festival Theatre, 19 April


The Moon Opera, Festival Theatre, 19 April
Wang Yabin is an extraordinary figure of modern Chinese dance. According to the critic of the Financial Times, Chinese traditions and contemporary endeavours complement each other in his productions in the manner of yin and yang, creating a perfectly harmonious whole. The Moon Opera is a dance drama in which extreme emotions, jealousy, love, talent and rejection fuse to create high-voltage, fiery theatrical moments. more »

John Williams 'Filmharmonic' Experience, Sports Arena, 16 April


John Williams 'Filmharmonic' Experience, Sports Arena, 16 April
The Budafoki Dohnányi Orchestra will honour the legendary film composer John Williams - creator of some of the most popular film scores such as for Star Wars, Superman, Indiana Jones, E.T., Jurassic Park, and the first three Harry Potter films - on Saturday in Budapest. more »

NAWA General Meeting: Leaping To Spring, 19 April


NAWA General Meeting: Leaping To Spring, 19 April
We have invited a naturopath to come and talk to us about the magic of natural herbs, teas and spices. We will learn how to put together the right combination to heal common ailments, improve our health and enjoy a better sense of wellbeing as we leave cold winter behind and enjoy the warmth of spring. more »



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