NEWSFLASH: YESTERDAY EVENING ZORBA WAS WASHED AWAY BY A „TROPICAL STORM” IN BUDAPEST!

PREVIOUSLY TO THE ZORBA BALLET, THE GREEK AUTHENTIC GROUP “SIRTOS” WILL BE GIVING A ONE HOUR CONCERT WHERE THE GUESTS CAN  SAY  “HOPPAA”  AND GET INTO THE GREEK FEELING.

The performance will be held this evening same place … same time  at the Margaret Island’s Open-ir Theater.

The  tickets for July 29 are valid for this evening July, 30, if you haven’t  yet had a chance to get them they can be hopefully still purchased online through: www.szabadter.hu, or another option could be at grab them on the spot at the theater’s box office.

We aren’t responsible for the dreadful weather that came by yesterday, but to make this evening more attractive, and  as an extra gift for the inconvenience, the authentic Greek music group the „Sirtos”  will be giving a concert 7.30 p.m. at the theater’s courtyard for the guests to arrive before the Zorba hits the stage.

Traveling by boat is also a fine way to see the significant sights of both side of the River Danube. The boat service will be awaiting for the passengers to be floated over to the Margaret Island’s theater leaving from the „Vigadó tér” Vigadó square (yellow brick house, few step in front of the Marriott Hotel). Departing time and from:7.15 p.m – Vigadó Square, Port Number:5.

Boat service will be also available to leave the Margaret Island Theater 20 minutes after the show. Boat tickets can be purchased at the MAHART PassNave site, or at the  theater’s ticket office on Margaret Island.

Wish all visitors a fine and dry evening surrounded with the Greek feeling.

 

Update Aggie Reiter

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