Highway Stars - "The Moving Band"
Highway Stars - "The Moving Band" is the only etno-futu-folk-root-dance-bubblegum-band in the world. It has a high level of musical ambition but a low performance income yet, so the band decided to have some side-income by working as a moving company during the time free from the music gigs. Once delivering a load of staff, they end up mysteriously lost. That's when all the most strange, funny and unexpectable stories and memories start appearing and the moving gig turns into a music gig, while Highway Stars band is trying to figure out the right location to take the load. It's a journey to the familiar places and to the unknown once, that leads everyone to the question: "How do you know you are at home?"
Anastasia ”Kitty Kay” Trizna, vocals, flute
Anne-Mari ”AinoA” Kivimäki, vocals, accordion
Pekko ”Echo” Käppi, vocals, jouhikko, drums
Pauliina "PauPau Saruman" Saarman, sound manager
Script and direction: Johanna Keinänen
Video trailer (by Kim Saarinen): Click to open in Vimeo
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COUNTESS AMALIE'S DRAMA TOUR
This is a solo-performance by Anastasia Trizna based on the history of Alexander Theatre and life of Countess Amalie Adlerberg.
Have you heard of Amalie Adlerberg? She was said to be one of the most beautiful women and she has thrilled the hearts of many remarkable men: Fyodor Tyutchev, Alexander Pushkin, Count Alexander von Benckendorff and even His Majesty Nicholas I of Russia himself.
Alexander Theatre presents theatrical tours that will give you a possibility to find out many interesting facts, legends and stories about the history of the theatre, life of Amalie and Nikolay Adlerberg. You will have a chance to get to the furthest corners of the theatre that are usually not open to public.
Performances continue at least once a month, starting from 7th of January 2017.
You can book a separate performance in English for a group 20-30 people.
Duration about 1 h 15min
Tickets 20 €
Online from Ticketmaster
Alexander theatre's box office: (09) 676 980
Theatre's website: www.aleksanterinteatteri.fi
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