New Tampere Mini Theatre Festival in Serlachius Museums in November
Tampere Mini Theatre Festival will be organized for the first time between 15 – 19 November in the the midst of the visual arts compound, the famous Serlachius Museums located in the city of Mänttä-Vilppula.
The aim of the collaboration between the Serlachius Museums and the Tampere Theatre Festival is to organize a brand new event, where performing and visual arts shake hands.
Most of the performers of this mini-festival have previously been invited also to the Tampere Theatre Festival.
Among others, Cannes Film Festival Award winner (best actress) Kati Outinen will present a monologue about sense of self amidst a memory disease.
Grus Grus Theatre dramatizes a fascinating story about the controversy that was caused by Hugo Simberg’s mural paintings at the Tampere Cathedral in the turn of the 19th Century. Actor in this ”one man’s play” Hugo Simberg’s Wings is Ville Majamaa.
On Saturday, families with children can participate in a dance adventure of the Moomin family performed by the dance company MD. And a skiffle music trio of the Werner Bros will entertain audience with its cheerful show in the evening at restaurant Gösta.
For all the events and their details, visit the Serlachius museum’s event calendar. The performances are held in Finnish.
Museums' sales service:
tel. +358 40 166 3480
The collaborators of The Tampere Theatre Festival and the Serlachius Museums are restaurant Gösta, Mänttä Club and the city of Mänttä-Vilppula.
The main supporter of the event is the Majaoja Foundation.