We continue to welcome families who love folk art and traditions to Uncle Ricsi's playhouse. It is led by Richárd Vastag, folk dance teacher, "Young Master of Folk Art". Place in front of the Agora. You are welcome...
15-16 hrs Craft workshop: summer window decoration, potted flowers, wind chime 16-17 hrs "I think we're in the right place" Children's show by the Lóca Ensemble Every child loves spending time with their grandparents, where all their wishes come true.
Hungarian romantic drama 95′ 2020 Dir: Lili Horvát Cast: Natasa Stork, Viktor Bodó, Andor Lukáts, Zsolt Nagy In this film reality and fantasy collide in the mind of a woman in love. Márta, a 40-year-old neurosurgeon, falls in love. Leaving behind her glamorous American career,...
Subtitled Chilean music drama 107' 2019 Dir: Pablo Larraín S: Mariana Di Girolamo, Gael García Bernal, Santiago Cabrera Ema, a twenty-something dancer, Gastón, a thirty-something choreographer, are members of a contemporary experimental company in the city of Valparaíso. An accidental accident...
The ensemble is a virtuoso performer of pulsating, emotionally rich world music, original compositions, poem settings and folk song arrangements, some of which evoke the musical traditions of the Carpathian Basin, the Balkans and the Middle East. Members.
Hungarian-Slovak animated film, 110 min, 2023
Directed by Tibor Bánóczki, Sarolta Szabó
Starring Tamás Keresztes, Zsófia Szamosi, Judit Schell, István Znamenák, Géza D. Hegedűs
The plot takes the viewer 100 years forward to Hungary in 2123. In this not-too-distant future without animals and plants, where the survival of humanity has a cruel price, a man breaks all the rules to save his wife's life. (Fórum Hungary) After the screening, we will have a public meeting with Judit Czakó, editor, and Orsolya Sipos, producer.
Plastic skies: a glimpse into the creative process
The two creators of the internationally acclaimed Hungarian animation work, Plastic Sky, which premiered in 2023, Judit Czakó, editor, and Orsolya Sipos, producer, will come to Agóra to take the audience on a journey into the interesting world of the creative process.
Entrance to the performance is free of charge!
The programme is supported by the ERF 2023.
Armenian Nationality Day- on the occasion of the proclamation of the independent Republic of Armenia
17.00 Armenia 2000 years ago
Exhibition on the past of the Armenian nationality
The exhibition will be opened by Diramerjan Artin, Deputy Chairman of the National Armenian Self-Government
18.00 Radio Yerevan - the show goes on
The latest one-act chamber production by the Urartu Armenian Theatre Company in Hungary.
The play features the entire community of a commercial radio station. They are an enthusiastic little bunch, but their success is overshadowed by a helicopter crash that results in the death of the radio's owner, Greg, the station's star presenter, who is injured and hospitalised for a long period. The team is determined to get their old partner back, saving Radio Yerevan and their own lives, while a strange will turns up and complicates matters further. All wrapped up in lightness, music and humour, sometimes with depth and honesty.
The comedy can be seen for the first time in Veszprém.
Cast: András Tóth, Olga Kovács, Miklós Sörös, Viktória Haik, Alex Avanesian, Nelson Sahakjan, Miklós Sörös Jr. Artin Diramerján Artin Nelson Nelson Sakakahan, Nelson Nelson Sahakyan
Written and directed by Diramerján ArtinThe performance is recommended for children over 12 years old!
The 60-minute play is in Hungarian.
After the show, visitors can taste traditional national dishes and drinks.
Italian film in original language with Hungarian subtitles, 95 min, 2023
Directed by: Nanni Moretti
Starring Nanni Moretti, Margherita Buy, Silvio Orlando, Zsolt Anger
The Bright Future is the story of a filmmaker's struggles. Giovanni has a lot of problems with his relationship with his family and his latest film, about the impact of the Soviet invasion of Hungary in 1956 on the Italian Communist Party. Meanwhile, she is writing a screenplay based on John Cheever's novel The Floating Man and is also thinking about a film with lots of Italian songs...
The main character is played by the director herself, Nanni Moretti, a frequent visitor to the Cannes Film Festival, and Zsolt Anger appears in one of the roles.
Age limit: 12
Children: 12 - 12 € Admission fee: 1200 Ft
Children 12 - 12 € Film Club Season ticket
You can still buy our discounted film club pass, which allows you to visit 8 films of your choice for HUF 5500 until the end of December 2023!
Cultural Heritage Without Borders - Ukrainian Hungarian Classical and Folk Music Meeting VI.
16.00 Exhibition of painter Ljubomér Borscs
16.30 instrument demonstration
The instrument demonstration will be given by guitarist Ferenc Bernáth
- Péter Bernáth saxophone
- Bernáth Attila clarinet
They contribute to:
- Erzsébet Nincz pianist
- Ljubomir Borscs pianist
- Bernáth Viktória singer
- Ferenc Bernáth guitarist
- Szilárd Hajas flutist
- Dániel Szoroka accordionist
After the show, the audience can taste traditional national dishes.
The event is supported by the VEB2023 ERDF programme.
Entrance is free of charge!
Japanese film in original language with Hungarian subtitles, 126 min, 2023
Directed by Koreedam Hirokazu
Starring Ando Sakura, Eita Nagayama, Soya KurokavaIn a peaceful Japanese suburb on the shores of a large lake, people live a peaceful life - a single mother who loves her son, a teacher who cares for her students, and innocent children. When her little boy Minato starts acting strangely, his mother senses something is wrong. She suspects that a teacher may be responsible, so she goes to the school to find out what happened. The story unfolds from the mother's, the teacher's and the child's point of view, and gradually the truth comes to the surface, attracting media attention. One stormy morning, the children suddenly disappear...
The reasons for the extreme weather of the summer behind usOr it gets worse
Extremely high temperatures in Europe, consistently above 40°C.
Brutal storms that spared nothing, 19 cm of ice fell in Italy.
Incredibly warm seas, with the Adriatic 4-6 degrees warmer than average this summer.
Just a few observations on the weather of the summer behind us. It is clear that we are facing unprecedented weather events as a result of climate change, which is happening at a rapid pace. What is causing this, what can we expect in the future? This lecture will explore this question, with a touch of meteorological basics and the specificities of Veszprém.
Speaker: Zoltán Cseh, editor of vmeteo.hu
Entrance is free of charge.
Location: the Agóra Chamber Theatre
The programme is funded by the VEB2023 ERDF.
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