on demand until 20 December
Venice is flooded, forests are on fire in the Amazon, and a new pandemic is unfolding. Meanwhile, a cramped company sings Mozart's Dies Irae (Day of Wrath) at an aristocratic dinner party at the end of the world. Everything is in place for a great evening, only the air needed for singing is running out dangerously. But the concert can't stop.
Supported by the Hungarian Cultural Centre, London
Your on-demand ticket gives you access to the performance video to watch at your convenience, plus the recording of the watch party discussion with the artists and festival directors.
Nominated for the Voila! Europe OffFest Award.
Direction: Jakab TarnócziProduction Design: Ilka GiligaDramaturgy: Zsófia VargaPianist: András SzépWith: Dániel Borsányi, Zsuzsa Gyöngy, Dániel Király, Zoltán Nagyhegyesi, Emoke Piti
Farewell Concert premiered in February 2020 in Mu Theatre, Budapest just before the Coronavirus lockdown.
K2 Theatre is an independent theatre company based in Budapest. They are a group of ambitious, young theatremakers. Their goal is to reflect on social issues in the language of theatre. Each new production is built around a question that is relevant to them, that speaks about them and their generation, the world we live in, in the here and now. Improvisation, devising and radically rewriting classical texts are an integral part of their creative process.More information: www.k2szinhaz.hu
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