Our family of four (inc 2 daughters aged 11 & 13) unanimously voted this our best night of formal entertainment. The combination of vibrant colours, exuberant dancing, virtuoso playing, and passionate singing just knocked us out! This was in no way a half-baked tourist performance; this was a professional troupe with strong history who proudly delivered an amazingly energetic night of great performances. We saw a show named "Highland Treasures", based on music by that great Hungarian composer Bela Bartok, about 90 mins long. Highly recommended and very moving. Three encores.
As we were leaving, we watched one of the musicians slip down the stairs, whistling, and get on his bike and ride off into the night!
The venue, Hungarian Heritage House, is easily accessible via tram along the Buda side of the Danube, not too far from the Chain Bridge. It is not a large seating venue, perhaps 25 rows. The most expensive tickets occupy only the first three rows, we were quite satisfied with the mid-price tickets.
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