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On October 23rd, 1956, a revolution broke out in Budapest. Hungarians rose up against Soviet hegemony and fought troops on the streets, from their homes, and from their revolutionary headquarters at the Corvin Cinema. In a poignant and funny act of remembering, artist and theatre-maker Deborah Pearson loosely “translates” the film that was meant to be screened at the cinema on that very night – a long-forgotten football comedy in which a conman is mistaken for star striker Ferenc Puskás. Layering the personal and the political, Pearson delves into her own family history to reflect on the way we continually reshape and censor the past.

Doors 19:30
Start 20:00

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Date :
Thursday April 6th, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 9:40 pm
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Event Tags:
live documentary, performance
This event is part of Flatpack 11

Venue

The Old Rep
Old Rep Theatre, Station St, ,
Birmingham, B5 4DY United Kingdom
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Website:
www.oldreptheatre.co.uk/

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History, History, History - concs.
£10.00
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History, History, History - full price
£12.00
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