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Karlakarlar med Gubbröra


Karlakarlar med Gubbröra
Karlakarlar med Gubbröra
Wed, 9. April 2014, 19:00 h
Lorensbergsteatern - Gothenburg
Hellmans Drengar

Event Description

Hellmans Drengar har alltid utmanat den traditionella mansrollen genom att bedriva ett medvetet arbete för att avliva myten hur en man skall vara.  Dessa myter – Bra karl reder sig själv, Ensam är stark – leder ofta  till isolering mellan män.

Detta vill vi ändra på!

För att beskriva hur vi tänker och vad vi menar vill vi med hjälp av sång & dans ge er ”Karlakarlar- vår föreställning om män”!
Som vanligt vill vi beröra både hjärta och hjärna så det blir tvära kast som lockar publiken till både skratt och tårar.

Varmt välkomna!

Hellman's Drengar has always challenged the traditional male role by conducting a deliberate effort to kill the myth of what a man should be. These myths - Good man sorts himself, Solo is strong - often leads to isolation among men.

We want to change that!

To describe how we think and what we think we want with the help of song & dance give you "Big Men-our idea of men"!
As usual, we want to touch both heart and mind so there will be sudden changes that attract audiences to both laughter and tears.

A warm welcome!


Lorensbergsteatern - Website
Berzeliigatan 4
412 53


Lorensbergsteatern, is a theater building, an amphitheater, located in Goteborg park in Gothenburg. The theater was designed by architect Charles M. Bengtson, stage decor was done by German C. Roeder, and was built on initiative and was part funded by restaurateur Sophus Petersen, who ran the former restaurant in Goteborg Park. When it was completed in 1916, after just over five months of work, it was considered to be the most modern theater with seats for 1,000 people and including a revolving stage and cyclorama. Première by 800 guests, was held October 27, 1916 by August Strindberg's play A Dream Play. The theater reached its absolute success during Karl Gerhards years.

With the new Gothenburg City Theatre was completed in 1934 was built Lorensbergsteatern on to cinema, acquired by the people of Skåne and the lawyer Sture Persson. On 19 September 1934, it premiered on Lorensbergs Bio with Frank Capra's It Happened One Night with Clark Gable among others. The cinema was closed September 13, 1987 and the premises were again used as a theater. National Theatre produced in 1987 a theater production of Peter Pan here before Culture tube took over. Lorensbergsteatern is also the name of a limited partnership owned by Culture tube.

From 1987, Galenskaparna and After Shaves Production Culture tube rented the entire theater of Gothenburg. Culture tube in turn rent out the theater when they do not have their own sets to make. The theater in the 2000s used as a cinema during the Gothenburg Film Festival.

Lorensbergsteatern included since 1991 in Higab Group's property portfolio and April 2, 2012 heritage building was declared theater of the Administrative Board