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Municipality of Spittel an der Drau

Municipality of Spittel an der Drau

The municipality of Spittal invites all senior citizens to the comedy play Porcia Outstanding performance In the Fridaythe June 30, 2023 at 8:30 p.m hour In the courtyard of Porcia Castle. The widget is played “as you like it” from William Shakespeare.

Numbered tickets are issued at reduced prices:

Class 1 (grades 1 to 7): €22

Cat 2 (grades 8-12): 20 euros

Pulcinella Loge and Porcia Loge: 22 euros

from 7.30 pm You become members of your Social Affairs Committee Welcome personally And one Prosecco glass calls.

Discount tickets in Portia ticket office Porcia Castle (east entrance) From May 8, 2023 Available (Opening Hours: Apr-Jun 2023: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays).Requests/Reservations: phone.: 04762/420 20 or each e-mail: [email protected]

Spittal and Ensemble Porcia are looking forward to your visit!

Lively summer comedy

The sixty-second season of the comedy Porcia takes place under the slogan “Liveliness”.

The premiere will take place in the castle of Porcia on the day July 1st With English classics “as you like it” from William Shakespeare Celebrate it. Also on this day is the opening of the exhibition “Cosmic Marvels – World Views between Joie de vivre and Destruction” at the University of Klagenfurt in the foyer of the castle.

already in June 29thThis year’s premiere is again held Children’s play “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” Contract, penned by director Angelica Ladorner with music by Severin Salvenmuser.

More Portia premieres

July 9: “Mr. Pierre Goes to the Internet” by Stephane Robelin, together with animator Carl Anton Flick in the theater in rehearsal stages.

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July 14: “The End of the World” by Jura Swiffer

July 20: Best Friends by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakash.

tickets Available at the ticket office in Borussia, phone.: 04762/420 20, e-mail: [email protected]

also Portia stage car Back on tour in Austria in the summer. Ferdinand Raymond’s “Der Bauer als Millionär” and the children’s comedy “Who finds Glücks’chen?” Directed by Angelica Ladurner.

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