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National Theatre Festival kicks off

The National Theatre Festival (FNT), already at its 20th edition, takes place in Bucharest, between October 30 and November 7. Tickets are on sale at the hosting institutions (the box-offices of theatres/ venues where the events will take place). For online bookings, you may access www.bilete.ro.

Venues: the Bucharest National Theatre (TNB), the Odeon Theatre, the Comedy Theatre, the Nottara Theatre, the Little Theatre, the Metropolis Theatre, the National Operetta Theatre, the Monday Theatre at Green Hours, the National Bucharest Opera, the Bucharest National Dance Centre (CNDB).
weekend schedule highlights


Saturday, October 30

6 pm – National Art Museum – Calea Victoriei

“Kantor Photography Exhibition”, Romano Martinis, running until November 7;

6:30 pm – I.L. Caragiale National Theatre, Atelier Hall

“The Woods”, by David Mamet, directed by Alexandru Berceanu, the “Ioan Slavici” Classical Theatre, Arad;
6:30 pm – Odeon Theatre

“The Odyssey”, based on Homer, directed by Tim Carroll, the “Marin Sorescu”

National Theatre, Craiova;

6:30 pm – Bulandra Theatre, Izvor Hall

“Measure for Measure”, by William Shakespeare, directed by Matthias Langhoff,

the Hungarian State Theatre in Cluj-Napoca;

9 pm – Foarte Mic Theatre

“Who is Fergus Kilpatrick?”, by José Miguel Jiménez, “The Company” (Ireland).

Sunday, October 31

11 am – Lowendal Foundation

“Theatre Photography Exhibition”, artist: Mihaela Marin, running until Nov 7;

5 pm – I.L. Caragiale National Theatre, Atelier Hall

“20/20”, written and directed by Gianina Carbunariu, the Yorick Studio, Targu Mures;

6 pm – Comedy Theatre

“Elling”, adapted by Axel Hellstenius and Petter Naess from the novel “Blood

Brothers” by Ingvar Ambjornsen, directed by Vlad Massaci, the Comedy Theatre, Bucharest;

6 pm – Bulandra Theatre, Izvor Hall

“Measure for Measure”, by William Shakespeare, directed by Matthias Langhoff,

the Hungarian State Theatre in Cluj-Napoca;

7 pm – Bucharest National Dance Theatre

“Stereoscopic Trilogy”, written and directed by Billie Cowie (UK);

7:30 pm – Odeon Theatre

“The Odyssey”, based on Homer, the “Marin Sorescu” National Theatre in Craiova;

10 pm – Foarte Mic Theatre

“Who is Fergus Kilpatrick?”, by José Miguel Jiménez, “The Company” (Ireland).

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