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The Savage Detectives with English, Spanish surtitles at Radnóti Theater

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Photo by Dániel Dömölky

Radnóti Theater, in collaboration with the Embassy of Spain, the Instituto Cervantes, and the Embassy of Chile, is set to stage "The Savage Detectives", based on the novel by Roberto Bolaño.

With the support of the Embassy of Spain, the theater will provide subtitles for four performances of The Savage Detectives: on February 24 and April 14 in English, on March 29 a further date in May in Spanish.

The surtitles will be visible from Seats 33-144.

As part of the collaboration, a four-part series of post-show talks in Hungarian will also be held following the performances, discussing the links and parallels between Latin American and Hungarian culture and the topics of openness and diversity. The “BRIDGE Post-Show Talks” are open to the public, and anyone can join in from 9.30 p.m. to participate and enjoy wines offered by the Embassy of Chile. The talks will cover (among other topics) the neo-avant-garde movements in Hungary and Latin America and the legacy of the world-known author Roberto Bolaño.

Tickets and booking information are available here.

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