THE 18TH EDITION OF UTE FEST HAS COME TO AN END

Twelve days, sixteen companies, a total of twenty-six performances and nineteen encounters with the audience sum up this year's UTE Fest, the 18th edition of the Union des Théâtres de l'Europe Festival, which ended on November 30th.
Organized by the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj, the international theatrical event took place between November 19 and 30, presenting performances by theatrical ensembles from Germany, Luxembourg, the Czech Republic, Italy, Serbia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece, Portugal, Russia, as well as Romania.

MARCEL IUREŞ IN A DIALOGUE WITH GEORGE BANU AT UTE FEST
Nov 28 2019
On Friday, November 29, at 11 am, in the Upstairs Foyer of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj, world renowned theatre critic and theorist George Banu will host a dialogue with actor Marcel Iureş, entitled VERSES, ROLES, LONESOME ACTORS. The event's starting point was The Tempest, staged by Gábor Tompa for the National Theatre of Cluj-Napoca, where Marcel Iureş portrays Prospero, the protagonist.

PERFORMANCES BY SILVIU PURCĂRETE, MICHAL DOČEKAL AND GÁBOR TOMPA AT UTE FEST

On Sunday, November 24Botond Nagy's staging of A Doll's House ventured into the world of Ibsen, followed by August Strindberg's guilt-ridden world, with Intoxication, presented within UTE Fest by the National Theatre of Luxembourg. The festival continues with three intense days: with stories about a vanishing village; of Jonah being swallowed by a whale and an everlasting and heartbreaking love story being merely some of the themes presented.


UTE FEST BEGINS TOMORROW!

Organized by the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj, the 18th edition of the Union des Théâtres de l'Europe Festival will begin on Tuesday, November 19, following an 11-year hiatus. The event, which will take place between November 19 and 30, will host productions presented by theatres from numerous countries, such as Italy, Serbia, the Czech Republic, Portugal, Hungary, Luxembourg, Romania, Greece, Bulgaria, Russia and Germany.

The prestigious event will debut on November 19, at 7 pm, in the theatre's Main Hall, with the premiere of Mother Courage and Her Children, directed by Armin Petras.