Thursday , January 20 2022

Back at the theater scene Sparboe – Harstad Tidende



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It is desirable that the theater menu offer diversity, quality and timeliness. The spring of Hålogaland Theater was written about the spring menu at the Ishavsbyen-based theater by Stein Sebastian Fredriksen, the communications consultant of the Hälogaland Theater.

"We start with the adaptation of Roy Jacobsen's famous novel" The Invisible. "We are very pleased with the performance being nearly sold out before the end of the performance, and we are pleased to extend the playing time at Tromsø, which will go to Troms and Finnmark in January and February. Fredriksen reports that it will be opened before.

It will remind joyfully of the critically acclaimed performance "Tobias and its Narrow Day." This sublime performance was voted Best Children's Show in 2018 and was awarded with Heddapris. Tobias and the gang will play in Tromsø in January and February before touring Troms and Finnmark in February and March.

– On February 14th, Valentine's Day, we premier a major initiative called "Operetten and Mack". In this much-established music initiative, we hear about the brewing company Mack. Its version. Kirsti Sparboe is at the forefront of this series, including Finn Arve Sørbøe, Mari Lerberg Fossum, Elisabeth Moberg, Kristian Figenschow and Jardar Johansen.

And it is for children. In March we will showcase the success story of "The Insect Boy". This is "Kidka for Kidz" based on the novel "Transfiguration" of famous writer Franz Kafka. After performing at Tromsø, we will be performing at Troms and Finnmark with the Cultural School Bag.

The new "Blue Going" show will be premiered on May 9th. Herborg Rundberg, a pianist, explores past and future together with bass.

She creates music inspired by the Sea-Sami tradition featuring sensitivity and fragility and continues to use the familiar text of Ragnar Olsen. The main role of this fun and amazing concert performance is to include the Queen himself: the sea.

On bright spring evenings, Kristian Figenschow, Finn Arve Sørbøe and Inge Kolsvik in "Children's Urology" will be ready to smoothen your laughing muscles. Director and writer Lennart Lidström ("Zappfe" and "The Condemned Northern Landing") have written this performance especially for the friends of Hålogaland Theater. Inge Kolsvik created this music. This is a comedy about friendship or even worse. In the Ishavsbyen-based theater, Sebastian Fredriksen, a communications advisor at the Hålogaland Theater, a spring menu, told a comedy that it lacked friendship.

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