- 10:00-12:00TÜNDÉR LALA
- 14:00-16:00TÜNDÉR LALA
"We are immortal, how happy!"
Fairy Lala, the naughtiest fairy ever, is the baby son of Iris, Queen of Fairyland. With the wing she stole from her mother, Lala visits the dangerous but beautiful world of humans, making new experiences and new friends. However, she almost lands Fairyland in deep trouble, at the mercy of the evil wizard Aterpater.
Magda Szabó's timeless novel is brought to the stage by Dániel Halasi, the creator of many successful fairy-tale plays.
The graphics on this page are used with the permission of Móra Könyvkiadó and the graphic designer, Rozi Békés.
Length: 2 hours 10 minutes, with one intermission, recommended for ages 5 and up
Dramaturg: Kardos Tünde
Set design by Yvette Alida Kovács
Visuals by Dániel Besnyő, Dávid Marucsák
Composer: András Monori
Choreographer: Ildikó Gyenes
Choreographer: Enikő Magony
Flute teacher: Kovács Mariann
Helper: Éva Balázs
Assistant: Tóth Flamina
Assistant: Rumán Cintia
Pesti Magyar Színház
The Hungarian Theatre was built in 1897, and has been renovated several times, so between 1966 and 2000 the National Theatre company played in the building. During this period, the directors were Béla Both, Endre Marton, Péter Nagy, János Sziládi, Dezső Malonyai, Imre Csiszár, László Ablonczy, István Iglódi. Its repertoire consisted of classical and contemporary masterpieces of Hungarian and world literature. The artistic directors and directors were Tamás Major, Endre Marton, István Egri, Gábor Székely, Gábor Zsámbéki, Tamás Ascher, Imre Csiszár, László Vámos, Imre Kerényi, Ferenc Sík, István Iglódi, Csaba Ivánka, Géza Bodolay, Miklós Szurdi. Since 2000, the Hungarian Theatre of Pest has been playing within its well-trodden walls, with a company of artists who have grown up in the traditions of the old National Theatre and who continue to preserve them. For a decade, István Iglódi was the director of the theatre, during this period the directors were Imre Csiszár, Attila Vidnyánszky, István Pinczés, Sándor Guelmino, and the guest directors were Gábor Berényi, János Bruck, Gábor Czeizel, Sergei Masloboichikov, László Vándorfi. Áron Őze became the director of the theatre, Sándor Guelmino the artistic director and Imre Sipos the manager. János Zalán took over the management of the theatre on 1 January 2015.