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May 17, 2021
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‘Bucharest: Summer Neighbourhood’

The performances “Mirandolina” and “The Officer’s Ball,” produced by the Comic Opera for Children will await theatre lovers this weekend, as part of the program “Bucharest: Summer Neighbourhood.” The performances will begin at 10.00, and respectively at 20.00. Matinees will be destined to children. The Comic Opera for Children presents “Mirandolina” (on Friday, in the National Park) and “The Officer’s Ball” (on Saturday, in the Sebastian Park, and on Sunday, in the Bazilescu Park). The “Constantin Tanase” Company presents “The Return of the Pink Panther” (on Friday, in the Sebastian Park and on Saturday, in the Titanii Park), and the Zurli Independent Company will perform an adaptation of the story “The Bear Tricked by the Fox” (on Friday, in the Titanii Park.)


The program will also include concerts by the Art School (a pop music concert on Saturday, in the National Park, on Sunday, in the Titanii Park and folklore on Friday, in Bazilescu Park), as well as by the band Sticks & Stones (a percussion show on Sunday, in the National Park.) Moreover, the viewers may enjoy a folklore show on Friday, in the National Park, on Saturday, in the Sebastian Park and on Saturday in the Bazilescu Park), and of traditional European music with the band Pontice on Sunday, in the National Park. The Metropolis Theatre will present the successful theatre performance “Murder at the Howard Johnson’s” on Friday, in the Bazilescu Park, on Saturday in the National Park and on Sunday in the Titanii Park, and the “Constantin Tanase” Company presents the audience a revue performance, “D’ale Bucurestilor,” on Friday, in the Titanii Park. The event will also be attended by the National University of Theatre and Film (UNATC) will perform excerpts of the play “D’ale carnavalului,” on Friday, in the Sebastian Park. The D’Aya Company offers the audience a meditation on love with the performance “I Love You! Do I Love You?” on Saturday in the Bazilescu Park and on Sunday in the Sebastian Park.


Useful addresses:


The National Park: 35–37, Basarabia Blvd.

The Bazilescu Park (former Nicolae Balcescu): 105, Bucurestii Noi Blvd.

The Sebastian Park: Mihail Sebastian Street, Rahova Neighbourhood

The Titanii Park: District 3, near the Titan Policlinic

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