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Antony Hamilton Projects (AUS), Trafó Budapest, 29 - 30 October
The show comprises stroboscopic effects inadvisable for pregnant women, epileptic people or ones who have pace maker.
A post-apocalyptic world. A black hole into which all humanity and colour has vanished. These are just a few of the associations that arise with the images that enable Australian choreographer Antony Hamilton to completely mesmerize his audience in the impressive performance Black Project 1. more »

Fully Booked: Xpat Party For Charity, Corinthia Ballroom, 5 November


Fully Booked: Xpat Party For Charity, Corinthia Ballroom, 5 November
Thanks to an excellent response, registration is now complete. 100's of Xpats are on the official guest list for XpatLoop's 15th birthday bash in Corinthia's historic ballroom, featuring plenty of refreshments and a few surprises, all adding up to make this an enjoyable and worthwhile social networking event. It's a feel good party, sponsored by FirstMed, as we'll all be helping UNICEF, Lions Club, and the local ‘Make-A-Wish’ Foundation. Check out the video from 2014: more »

Art In Budapest Embassies


Art In Budapest Embassies
Ambassador Bell opened the Budapest 2015 Art in Embassies collection at the Ambassador’s Residence on October 16. Watch the video to learn more about the program and glimpse the modern American art! more »

Video: Matthias Church Budapest Bell Tower Opens To Public


Video: Matthias Church Budapest Bell Tower Opens To Public
The renovated bell and lookout tower of Budapest’s famous Matthias Church in the castle district is now open to the public, the church’s priest said. The tower was only open for visits to the upper classes ever since it was built by Frigyes Schulek in 1894, László Süllei said. The church received ten million forints (EUR 32,000) from the City of Budapest in 2012 towards renovation costs and the work was completed in June this year, he said. more »

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