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Košice, city of love

Chanson evening

Directed by Czajlik József

Premiere: 27.11.2012

Emotive, funny and adventurous virtual walking tour through Košice full of surprises and nostalgy. The city of Sándor Márai is shown in the way only few people know – with all its places, loves, songs, stories. An extraordinary travel thorough the history, emotional storms, surprising stories, worriless wandering through Košice, city of love. All those strange and everyday situations and relationships that are incredible and well-known are creating an exciting, inspiring, touching or simple story related to aristocratic houses, mansions, gates, forecourts, parcs and benches, old trees, lonely street lamps, important or less visible places. One woman, one man. Few glances, touches, declarations. The discovery of mysterious corners and hiding places, the telling of forgotten stories and misty legends. We see the revelation of different forms of love, the first meetings and the happy endings, the awakenings and the break-ups, the adoration and the jealousy. There is the emergence of passion and suffering, laughing and crying, betray and wounds, fantasy and desires, victories and fails, and maybe the most important – momentary happiness. We can hear the melodies of unknown Márai’s chanson floating in the air. And finally, we find out what Košice’s wind is speaking about.


Narrator Illés Oszkár
Singers Madarász Máté
Nádasdi Péter
Petrik Szilárd
Dégner Lilla
Lax Judit
Varga Lívia
and Lakatos Róbert a skupina RÉV

Production team

Scenario, dramaturgy: Forgács Miklós
Consultees: Ötvös Anna, Marsovszky Miklós
Set and costumes: Őry Katalin
Music: Lakatos Róbert