On the Grand Boulevard of Budapest, just one hundred feet from the river Danube, stands an impressive theatre building. Its elegant and radiant late-nineteen-century design makes it the final section of the Boulevard's most attractive building. Evening, that time of the day when theatres are most alive, finds it in full bloom. It is no wonder that so many people fall in love with the building on first sight. The Vígszínház is one of the finest examples of theatre buildings designed by Fellner and Helmer, whose 19th century "new-standard theatres" can be found scattered across central Europe.
a political satyre by Peter Morgan
by Fyodor Mihailovich Dostoyevsky
a confession by Simon Stephens
a play by Attila Bartis
a comedy based on the screenplay by Woody Allen
a comedy by William Shakespeare
Three girls, three sisters. Sarah, a famous politician who is being blackmailed, Freya, a teacher who is expecting a child and Jasmine, a rebellious university student, who works as a stripper at night.
The rehearsals of Moliére’s classic masterpiece has just started. The play will be directed by Dániel D. Kovács, in the Pesti Színház.
The rehearsals of this musical play, based on Ferenc Molnár’s novel, The Paul street boys has already started in Vígszínház.
Armin Petras is coming to the Vígszínház in June 2016 to hold a workshop for the actors of the theatre.