We spent three exciting days in Bergen thanks to the support of the EEA Grants. We collaborated with the colleagues from the drama department of the Western Norway University. We had the opportunity to observe the Girl in the Attic, a theatre in education program for elderly people with dementia, that was created in the process of an earlier collaboration. Besides observing the program we also worked together with the creators on possibilities of developing the program.Read more
The Hevesi Sándor Theatre from Zalaegerszeg is staging a production of Verona 1301, a play based on Romeo and Juliette.
We are working with the artistic team in creating another exciting theatre in education programme directed by Zsuzsanna Madák.Read more
We spent a wonderful and exciting week with our partners from Norway in Budapest.
During the week the Hungarian specialists and the Norwegian theatre education experts could also share their work and thinking with the wider public.Read more
We could work with the artistic team at Budapest Puppettheatre to create educational programs to accompany some wonderful performances due to this project.
We worked together on a pre-show and a post-show workshop to accompany Caucasian Chalk Circle, a post-show workshop for Nothing, a post-performance program for Ganster Granny and we also worked with the team of Knot Fairy.Read more
An exceptional experiment is on it way within our project. Probably the first theatre in education programme for elderly people with demetia is being created by our Norwegian partners.Read more
Zsuzsanna Madák, our partner from Hevesi Theatre gave an interview to Színház. She also talks about our collaborations and the project.Read more
Registration has been opened for the workshops held by the drama specialists of the Western Norway University of Applied Arts. Workshops will happen in Örkény Theatre, Budapest on the 17-18 of March, and in Debrecen in the Csokonai National Theatre on the 16th of March.
Workshops are free but you need to register. You can find the details of the programme and the registration form on this link: https://goo.gl/forms/F1OQtiZGNTCmC8Lp2
Hordaland Teater’s performance – The Shoemakers Dream (Skomakerens draum) will also be performed in Budapest on the 17th of March, at MU Theatre. You can book your tickets here: http://muszinhaz.jegy.hu/program/hordaland-szinhaz-bergen-norvegia-a-cipesz-alma-77726
The Norwegian groups visit is being funded by EEA Grants.Read more