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Shows with English subtitles in May

In May Katona József Theatre offers a series of programmes with English subtitles the best of its latest productions.

With a superb cast and internationally acclaimed directors, Katona József  is one of the major art theatres in Hungary, staging classic Hungarian and international drama, as well as a selection of contemporary plays. Located downtown in vibrant District V, 'Katona' is a vital part of Budapest’s cultural scene.

Faust I-II. 
Directed by Árpád Schilling
22-23 May, Friday and Saturday (staged in two separate shows) | Tickets


Maria of the Metropolis (A Nagyvárosok Máriája) - woman’s story told in tango in Katona József Theatre

Performed by Annamária Láng and the Barefoot Musicians

PZS 7126 600szeles
© Puskel Zsolt photography

Faust I-II. with English subtitles in May

On 22 and 23 May we play Goethe's Faust I. and II. with English subtitles.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Faust I-II.
Directed by Árpád Schilling
22-23 May, Friday and Saturday |Faust I.:  Tickets, Faust II.: Tickets

Mother Courage and Abigail: two premieres in January

On our main stage Gábor Zsámbéki directs Bertolt Brecht's Mother courage and her Children, featuring Andrea Fullajtár in the leading role. The way Brecht talks about morale, money, the superiority of business, as well as survival strategies, makes this classic masterpiece as relevant today, as did the war in the 1930s. Premiere date: 17 January.

Paralel, on Kamra stage opens Abigail' party by Mike Leigh, directed by Tamás Ascher. Abigail's Party is a play for stage and television devised and directed in 1977 by Mike Leigh. It is a suburban situation comedy of manners, and a satire on the aspirations and tastes of the new middle class that emerged in Britain in the 1970s. Premiere date: 16 January.

Marlene returns from London to Katona

After a series of successful gigs in last May and September, award-winning performer, Eva Magyar is back in Hungary with her unique and painfully sincere show. 'Marlene' is on stage in March in Katona József Theatre both in English and Hungarian.

Eva Magyar was born in Budapest, Hungary. She studied dance and acrobatics and graduated from Budapest Film and Drama University. After moving to London, she worked with various companies, including the National Theatre and RSC.

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