Category Archives: Culture

A Fossilized Ghost of the Theater—an Interview with Zoltán Schneider

On a rainy afternoon, I was standing in front of the closed doors of Radnóti Theater, to find out it is not the way to enter when the theater is closed for visitors. From another street, I walked in through

A Fossilized Ghost of the Theater—an Interview with Zoltán Schneider

On a rainy afternoon, I was standing in front of the closed doors of Radnóti Theater, to find out it is not the way to enter when the theater is closed for visitors. From another street, I walked in through

The Girl behind the Puppet: An Interview with Ágota Gay

Ágota Gay is a 19-year-old puppet actress from Budapest who plays Marcipán Cica from the puppet play with the same title. We met up in a coffee shop to talk about being a puppet actress, the future of Marcipán Cica,

The Girl behind the Puppet: An Interview with Ágota Gay

Ágota Gay is a 19-year-old puppet actress from Budapest who plays Marcipán Cica from the puppet play with the same title. We met up in a coffee shop to talk about being a puppet actress, the future of Marcipán Cica,

The life of an actor: An interview with Derék Bence

It was a rather warm afternoon when I arrived into the heart of Budapest, searching for the illustrious Magyar Theatre, which plays a plethora of famous Hungarian classics such as ‘A tizedes meg a többiek’ and ‘Harisnyás Pippi’, well-known among those who often frequent theatres. I paced around slowly and steadily as I observed various actors coming in and out of the back door, taking a moment of respite between their tiring rehearsals. Stopping nearby, I looked around and happily waved at Derék Bence who was busy discussing something with a fellow actress of his. After shaking hands and welcoming each other Bence ushered me into the building, leading me to room 22, a dressing room, where we could converse in peace and comfort.

The life of an actor: An interview with Derék Bence

It was a rather warm afternoon when I arrived into the heart of Budapest, searching for the illustrious Magyar Theatre, which plays a plethora of famous Hungarian classics such as ‘A tizedes meg a többiek’ and ‘Harisnyás Pippi’, well-known among those who often frequent theatres. I paced around slowly and steadily as I observed various actors coming in and out of the back door, taking a moment of respite between their tiring rehearsals. Stopping nearby, I looked around and happily waved at Derék Bence who was busy discussing something with a fellow actress of his. After shaking hands and welcoming each other Bence ushered me into the building, leading me to room 22, a dressing room, where we could converse in peace and comfort.

Interview with Dénes Száraz

I had the chance to meet Dénes at a vegan restaurant near Ferenciek Square. It was a very pleasant surprise. He has a very charismatic personality and his down-to-Earth attitude made me feel as if I was having a nice conversation with a friend instead of interviewing

Interview with Dénes Száraz

I had the chance to meet Dénes at a vegan restaurant near Ferenciek Square. It was a very pleasant surprise. He has a very charismatic personality and his down-to-Earth attitude made me feel as if I was having a nice conversation with a friend instead of interviewing

What if some of the hits were poems?

Ever noticed the silly lyrics of some songs? Ever wondered about how they would sound if the instrumental boost was not there? Well, get ready, and enjoy our compilation of a few popular songs performed as if they were actual

What if some of the hits were poems?

Ever noticed the silly lyrics of some songs? Ever wondered about how they would sound if the instrumental boost was not there? Well, get ready, and enjoy our compilation of a few popular songs performed as if they were actual

We’re all well-behaved and dressed up pretty – A review on Magashegyi Underground’s Symphonic Remix Concert

Müpa Budapest offered a wonderful programme for music-lovers who were looking for something different yet a live concert, as Magashegyi Underground played an almost 2-hour-long show with special guests and a symphonic orchestra on February 21. Even though, I am

We’re all well-behaved and dressed up pretty – A review on Magashegyi Underground’s Symphonic Remix Concert

Müpa Budapest offered a wonderful programme for music-lovers who were looking for something different yet a live concert, as Magashegyi Underground played an almost 2-hour-long show with special guests and a symphonic orchestra on February 21. Even though, I am

‘I know it’s never perfect, but it’s raw, and the emotion is honest’ – an Interview with Antonia Vai

An interview with the Swedish-Hungarian singer-songwriter who’s been active in the music scene of Budapest since 2013.

‘I know it’s never perfect, but it’s raw, and the emotion is honest’ – an Interview with Antonia Vai

An interview with the Swedish-Hungarian singer-songwriter who’s been active in the music scene of Budapest since 2013.