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Sunday, 29th of July, 8.30 p.m

The open-air theater at the Margaret Island will cast the last performance of this year’s

Budapest Summer Festival.

Novel … Film … Ballet … Musical!

For those who have or haven’t read the novel of Nikos Kazantzakis, the Greek author book published in 1946 or heard of his the famous movie called „Zorba the Greek”, nor haven’t seen the musical with the same title out in ’68 this is a great opportunity to see, the Hungaria ballet adaptation of its kind. Thanks to Mr. Kazantzakis who has created in Zorba one of the great characters of modern fiction and thanks to the organizers of the Budapest Summer Festival all who brought on stage this superb ballet to be seen here in Budapest. Surely one of the grand story from the 20 century.

This time can pump up the gear and arrive to the Margaret Island’s Open-Air Theater on Sunday, 29th of July, 8.30 p.m.  and see by their own two eyes a one-and-half hour of an awesome ballet show and full of entertainment . published in 1946 or heard . The musical with the same title came out in ‘68. The ballet play is upon the novel.

The story goes off with his ventures of the young Greek, as to escape from his bookish life. It is a fictionalized tale of Alexis Zorba’s adventures, yet the imaginary event could have had been possible to have happened sometime, somewhere in Greece.

On the week-ends the box office in the city is closed,therefore the tickets on the week-ends are available on the spot at the Margaret Island Open-Air Theater at  the box office.

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Update and snaps Aggie Lantai

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