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Invitation: St Patrick's Day Parade In Budapest, 20 March
To see what happened last year there's a video below. This year organisers told XpatLoop, "The parade will be led by the premier bagpipe group in Hungary and a giant float of St Patrick himself. Xpats are very welcome to join 1000’s of local families, friends and tourists and be 'Green for a Day' and take to the streets of Budapest to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. The gathering will take place in Szabadság tér once again." more »
Hungarian Director Tarr Receives Fipresci Special Award In Sofia
Eminent Hungarian film director Béla Tarr has received the lifetime achievement special award given by the International Federation of Film Critics, at the international film festival in Sofia, the Hungarian National Film Fund said on Wednesday. The FIPRESCI 90 award, established in 2015 to mark the federation’s 90th anniversary, was presented to Tarr by Secretary- General Klaus Eder at a special gala over the weekend, the fund told MTI in a statement. more »
Hungarian Revolution
MÚK – these three letters, standing for MÁRCIUSBAN ÚJRA KEZDJÜK (we will start again in March), kept the Kádár regime in fear until it collapsed in 1989, but has been ingrained in the Hungarian mindset so much that even these days people look forward to March 15 with contained anticipation that unrest may occur. more »

'Who Will Make America Great (Again)?', Hosted by International Diplomatic Student Association, 16 March


'Who Will Make America Great (Again)?', Hosted by International Diplomatic Student Association, 16 March
Consequences of the outcome of the U.S. presidential elections on the current world order. The International Diplomatic Student Association would like to invite you to its second public event in the spring semester of 2016 which will be a panel discussion focusing on the biggest question of the upcoming U.S. presidential election: Who will make America great ’again’? more »

Krisztián Gergye Company & Gloria Benedikt: The Doll Of Kokoschka, Mupa, 19 March


Krisztián Gergye Company & Gloria Benedikt: The Doll Of Kokoschka, Mupa, 19 March
Gloria Benedikt, an Austrian ballerina whose artistic work strives to bring dance closer to science and politics, and Krisztián Gergye, Hungary's enfant terrible of contemporary dance, are reaching back to the legendary era of the fin de siècle to build a bridge between the art of the present and the progressive spirit of the age preceding the world wars. more »

Pécs Ballet: Carmen, Mupa, 18 March


Pécs Ballet: Carmen, Mupa, 18 March
'The story of Carmen, the emotional extremes of the characters and Bizet's music are very powerful and inspirational. For me, the main inspiration comes from the abrupt shifts in the story and the music. I feel an affinity with the unpredictability and impulsiveness of the characters, which derives from their overwrought emotional condition. more »



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