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An Italian world premiere, a contemporary Spanish playwright, Turkish performances in connection with the Turkish-Hungarian Cultural Year, Belgian, Bulgarian, Bashkir, Georgian, Greek, Israeli companies – international theatre encounters will take place again this year at the National Theatre.

MITEM - 5 October, 5 p.m., First Floor Lobby

NEXT DOOR TO HOME - SYNERGY World Theatre Festival - Roundtable Discussion

Synergy World Theatre Festival was founded in Novi Sad, Serbia in 2017, to serve as a platform for theatres and companies that operate along the borders of various language communities and cultures. The festival has taken place in Novi Sad since its inception, with the city’s support, organised by Novi Sad Theatre/Novosadsko Pozorište.

MITEM - 22 October – 6 p.m.

Film: The Boy Who Turned into a Deer...

Attila Vidnyánszky staged Ferenc Juhász's huge poem in 2003 and in 2013, a feature film was released based on the performance, starring Mari Törőcsik and Zsolt Trill. Poetry, theatre, film and the story of a company – these are some of topics to be discussed by the cast and the director.

MITEM - 21 October – 9 p.m.

Sári Fedák Prize

The Sári Fedák Prize is presented after the performance The Totes. The Prize was established in 2022 by Nelli Szűcs, founder and still active member of the Berehove company.

MITEM - 21 October - 5 p.m.

30 Years of Theatre

Round table discussion on Berehove Theatre. Participants: Árpád Árkosi, László Brenzovics, László Bérczes, Ernő Verebes, Lajos Pál, Attila Vidnyánszky. / Moderated by András Kozma

21 October - 4 p.m.

Film: Roadside Picnic...

In 2005, Berehove Theatre organised the International Stalker Festival. Invited companies included Bárka and Új Színház from Budapest, János Pályi, the New York-based company In Parenthesis, DAH Theatre from Kyiv, and Hattyúdal Színház. Encounters, shared experiences – a film by László Olivér Oláh.

MITEM - 18 October - 7 p.m.

Exhibition: Theatre Scenes

Roles, performances, faces - moments captured from the decades of Berehove Theatre. Photographs by Béla Ilovszky and Zsolt Szabó Eöri.


Judit Ungvári: Harmony of Diversity and Unity

Scenes from the 9th MITEM

The Madách International Theatre Meeting, held in the framework of the 10th International Theatre Olympics, once again provided many exciting lessons. It raised three major themes: the war, humankind’s ecological responsibility and the dialogue between East and West in the language of theatre – and sometimes these themes overlapped.


“This Is by No Means a Passive, Enervated Generation”

Interview with Attila Vidnyánszky by Szcenárium Editors on The Tragedy Performance of the International Madách Project

By addressing theatre students from eleven countries with our Madách project, it was settled on my part that I would stage The Tragedy as a drama of humanity. After all, these students, from Cairo to Toronto, from Tbilisi to Liverpool, represent humanity, the entirety of our modern world.

MITEM - 18 October - 6 PM


30th Jubilee of Berehove Theatre

Screenings, discussions, audience meetings, an exhibition - events, memories, past and present issues from three decades of Berehove Theatre. Entrance to the screenings and discussions is free of charge.

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