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Hungarian Culture UK
We promote Hungarian art and culture through diverse events in the UK since 1999.
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Hungarian Culture UK 3h
welcomes back conductor Gábor Takács-Nagy, in a rare visit to ’s Queen Elizabeth Hall🕴️On Tue 18 June he’ll conduct energetic symphonies by , and 🎼 For tickets, visit:
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Hauser & Wirth May 16
Coinciding with the Bauhaus centenary, Hattula Moholy-Nagy and Daniel Hug, the daughter and grandson of László Moholy-Nagy, consider the lasting impact of the artist’s work today. Our exhibition in London dedicated to Moholy-Nagy opens on 22 May:
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The PTC May 16
Discover the lyrical, idiosyncratic and impassioned works of Attila József at Hungarian Lit Night '#2 June 5th at 7pm with ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Stephen Watts, Gareth Evans ⁦& ⁩.
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Curzon May 9
On his mighty tour of the UK, director László Nemes will make two more stops at our cinemas, first at and then onward to for a final show. See SUNSET in 35mm, and join Nemes for a Q&A after the film 🎞️
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Steven J Fowler May 14
The next in the European Writers series will take place June 5th in Covent Garden - tributes to Attila József with new works by Stephen Watts, Gareth Evans & more
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Curzon May 10
“We take from our brains so much power and give it to machines,” László Nemes on the end of days and his new film SUNSET, one of which will begin in cinemas on Friday 31 May
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Hungarian Culture UK May 13
Our dog-friendly picnic brought together a lively community of Hungarian breeds and their owners. Great to see so many Vizslas and Pulis in London 🐶🐶
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Carol Kirkwood May 8
WOW!! Check out the Hungarian Csikos! They are taking part in the pageant from tonight until Saturday xxx
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Embassy of Hungary in the UK May 10
“It is not enough to be Hungarian; you must have talent as well.” Alexander Korda, Hungarian-born movie mogul in the
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Hungarian Culture UK May 9
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Mayor of London May 9
Today is , a day to celebrate peace and unity in Europe. The one million+ EU citizens in London are our friends, neighbours and colleagues - and they will always be welcome here.
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Royal Windsor Horse Show May 7
The Hungarian Csikós are here, and they are looking marvelous! Head over to our website to find out which days they will be performing at : Tickets:
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Hungarian Culture UK May 8
Contemporary artists and more celebrate the life and work of Attila József with brand new performances and readings at 5 Jun 7 pm ✍️Book your free tickets:
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The Enemies project May 7
The next collaboration with will take place on June 5th in Covent Garden, an event celebrating Attila József! with Stephen Watts and more to be announced
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Daniel Benjamin Gallery Apr 12
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Hungarian Culture UK Apr 30
Winner of the 2018 Los Angeles International Competition, the incredibly talented Xuesha Hu makes her London debut at our classical concert, followed by a drinks reception at . Free tickets:
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Hungarian Culture UK Apr 29
🐶Hounds of Hungary🐶 Dog-friendly picnic with treasure hunt and raffle is coming to Hampstead Heath on Sat 11 May. Bring your pet and join us for an afternoon of open-air fun
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We Love Budapest Apr 19
It’s blooming ! See the city in its spring finery:
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Hungarian Culture UK Apr 16
Join us for a free of Zoltán Fábri's 1969 classic The Boys of Paul Street 📽️ 29 April 7 pm at 🎞️ with English subtitles 📽️ Registration is essential on
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George Buckland Apr 15
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