Theatre | Convorbiri Romanesti


10 – 14 November 2016, Curzon Soho Cinema (99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5DY) TOGETHER AND APART is a phrase which may describe the relationship between two partners as they twist »»»

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FLORIN PIERSIC Jr at Leicester Square Theatre

13 characters one actor. Fake billionaire. Builder. Banker. Old person. Film producer. Professor. Homeless. Florin Piersic Jr. A dynamic show which keeps the audience in suspense for almost 2 hours. Florin Piersic Jr. is an actor, theatre and film director and writer. He won in 2002 UNITER prize for the best actor with his performance

Matei Visniec’s play at Cockpit Theatre

“The Story of the Panda Bears told by a Saxophonist who has a Girlfriend in Frankfurt” Poet, journalist, playwright, philosopher and dreamer, Matei Visniec’s work has been performed in over 20 countries. He is the most performed Romanian playwright, particularly in France where he lives. He writes most of his work in French and Rouge28

MARCEL IURES – one man show at Leicester Square Theatre

Absolute! is one of the most powerful one man shows in the Romanian theatre today, the tour de force of legendary actor, Marcel Iureş, who is not famous only in Romania, but also internationally, starring alsogside George Clooney, Nicole Kidman, Bruce Willis, Colin Farrell or Johnny Deep in productions such as The Peacemaker, Hart’s War

IOANA PAVELESCU at Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Theatre In The Attic proudly presents Ioana Pavelescu in ZELDA – THE LAST FLAPPER by William Luce. The director Liana Ceterchi and  actress Ioana Pavelescu, started to work at the play, in order to celebrate one of the most interesting and intriguing personalities of the 20th century – Zelda Fitzgerald.  

MAIA MORGENSTERN at Leicester Square Theatre

Jewish Theatre of Bucharest presents one of Romania’s most beloved actresses, Maia Morgenstern, with her son, Tudor Aaron Istodor in Mario Diament’s play LOST TANGO. In Romanian only.

OLIVIA POPICA in Matthew Jure’s new play Nascimento Square

IPSO Productions & LOST Theatre present Nascimento Square with Olivia Popica and Matthew Jure. Directed by Jason B Moore. Matthew Jure is a British actor best known for his television roles as DJ Day V Lately in Yell’s Pulse & Thunder campaign, Soho gangster George Barlow in BBC1′s Waking The Dead with Paul McGann, and

ZIC ZAC, dance-theatre by Andrea Gavriliu

Zic Zac is part of the series Tales Told in Romanian, bringing Romanian performance to theatres in London. Duration: 1h05 Concept: Andrea Gavriliu, Stefan Lupu Choreography: Andrea Gavriliu Cast: Andrea Gavriliu, Stefan Lupu, Gabriel Costin Set and Costume Design: Andreea Sandulescu Video: Gabriel Costin


A passionate tale about complex relationships between children and parents, featuring Vlad Zamfirescu (The Italian Girls, HBO series In deriva) and Mirela Oprisor (Youth Without Youth, Tuesday, After Christmas and Las Fierbinti). Performed in Romanian with English surtitles, the play was written by Mimi Branescu, the first recipient of The Irish Embassy Award for Playwriting

WOMAN IN WORD AND SOUND – directed by Vasile Nedelcu

Stories through the ages told by Erika and Paulamaria Blaxland-de Lange

BUTTERFLIES DON’T DO MATHS – dance drama by Alexandra Roshu

GREEN13 Collective, a London based production company presents BUTTERFLIES DON’T DO MATHS an electrifying piece of new written drama which includes elements of video projection, contemporary choreography and intriguing set design. Alexandra Roshu’s one-woman show, explores the influence other people’s actions can have over individual life choices. Director: Alexandra Roshu Cast: Lucia Schweigert, Marah Wilson,