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Szatmárnémeti Északi Színház Harag György Társulat
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David Walliams
Gangster grandmother
for childrens
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Photogallery: Gengszter nagyi
Cast
Grandmother, the Black Cat:Méhes Kati
Black Cat, Grandmother:Laczkó Tekla
Ben:Szabó János Szilárd
Father:Diószegi Attila
Sergei:Diószegi Attila
Mother:Bándi Johanna
Fudge, detective:Varga Sándor
Flavio:Frumen Gergő
Parker, fool neighbor:Frumen Gergő
Queen:László Zita
Director: Nagy Regina
Set designer: Bodor Judit inv.
Costume designer: Bodor Judit inv.
Musical consultant : Manfrédi Annamária
Coreography: Gabriela Tănase
Prompter: Fábry Zoltán
Stage manager: Fábry Zoltán
First performance:14/12/2019
About the performance

Do you know your grandmother? Mine lived in a village, and had rubber boots and a nice Sunday dress. Her favourite piece of clothing was a worn apron, favourite object a chipped wooden spoon. But in the evening she changed in a fairy, and flew me to a world where we were both heroes. My grandmother was a real wizard. The story of Ben and his grandmother, a neglected old woman by her family touched me much more than we would expect from a play for youth. The boy was incredibly bored at his grandma’s every Friday night and grandmother can't find the sound from childhood just growing up teenager. Apparently it's a doomed relationship, but one night, Ben found a huge diamond in grandma's biscuit box. Maybe that grandma is not who she seems? The turn-based, humorous and heart-wrenching story is about the special relationship between grandma and grandson, the power of fairy tales, the game. Grandmothers are a real wizard, even if at first they don't even look like mythical creatures. Do you know your grandmother?

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