“... numerous questions about love, sexuality and life.”
Disco Pigs is a theatre play which follows the relationship of two teenagers born on the same day, whose acquaintance dates back to their birth. Problems arise when they face new and unknown emotions, which develop towards each other during their emotional and sexual development.
Although at first glance they are presented as renegades, they represent only victims of the system; a product of society they failed to follow.
Our two heroes ask themselves numerous questions about love, sexuality and life. Audiences are in a position to love or hate Pig and Runt, some will understand and sympathize with them, others will condemn them, but certainly everyone will be able to find a part of their own growing and experiences.
The play is author’s project of the actors, students of Faculty of contemporary arts in Belgrade led by professor Branislav Lečić and his assistent Dubravka Kovjanić. Associate director was Marija Mladenović.
“Disco pigs” was created by the Irish author Enda Walsh and was first performed in Ireland (1996) with the (then) little known Irish Actor Cillian Murphy playing Pig. The play went on to become a critical success, and projected both Walsh and Murphy to the very top of contemporary European drama. Murphy is now a regular star on the silver screen, while Walsh, among other things, went on to collaborate with David Bowie in “Lazarus”, a musical with music and lyrics composed by David Bowie.
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BELGRADE IRISH FESTIVAL CONTINUES WITH ONLINE SCREENING AND OUTDOOR PROGRAM!
The fascinating exhibition of The Great Book of Ireland is held on the beautiful Savamala Promenade, while Belgrade joins the world's metropolises in Greening tonight - next to New York, London, Boston, Sydney and Moscow and our capital will shine green in honor of the celebration St. Patrick's Day!
Wherever you are in Serbia, this year we’d like to see your pictures on the themes of
1. GREENING IT UP - What does greening say to you this Spring?
2. CELTIC CONNECTIONS - Share your photo that illustrates Celtic connections between Serbia and Ireland.
DUE TO NEW COVID -19 WEEKEND MEASURES ANNOUNCED BY CRISIS RESPONSE TEAM, ALL BELGRADE IRISH FESTIVAL CULTURAL EVENTS PLANNED FOR THIS WEEKEND ARE CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
NEW DATES OF THE EVENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE
The Great Book of Ireland – Leabhar Mór na hÉireann, is a vellum manuscript and modern illuminated book, produced in Dublin between 1989 and 1991. It incorporates the work of Irish poets (144), artists (121) and composers (9). All the contributors worked directly onto the large (handmade) vellum pages and their work was unified by calligrapher Denis Brown.
The European Union is Serbia’s n°1 supporter: main political and economic partner, largest trade actor, first investor and biggest donor.
This is also true for creative industries, which are essential for our economy and society. In Serbia, they have the potential to boost competitiveness, productivity, employment and sustainable economic growth, enabling Serbian entrepreneurs to participate in a growing global economy.
I am delighted to introduce and support the Belgrade Irish Festival on behalf of the Embassy of Ireland. This has been an exceptionally strange, difficult, and sometimes sad year. The crisis has had a particularly harsh impact on the arts and on creative artists, with long periods when audiences were unable to gather. But this year has also made us value art and performance all the more, as a comfort and an inspiration, a welcome distraction from our fears, and as a way to help us understand the experiences we have been through.