Expecting the Christmas goat
- Expecting the Christmas goat
- Tue, 15. December 2015, 19:00 h
- Lorensbergsteatern - Gothenburg
- Hellmans Drengar
I VÄNTAN PÅ JULBOCKEN - HELLMANS DRENGAR
Hellmans Drengar och Lorensbergsteatern presenterar stolt "I väntan på julbocken – en sag(olik) föreställning". 2015 års julkonsert är en föreställning i två akter om vänskap och om att slå sig fri från givna roller och att våga vara den man är i en härlig blandning med några av våra mest älskade julsånger.
Manskören Hellmans Drengar består av runt 50 män som under 20 år har utforskat mansrollen och normer genom sång och arbete. Kören leds av grundaren Claes Nyström.
Tillsammans med bandet Hellmans Strengar och gästartister tar kören med publiken in i sagornas värld där vi får möta ett flertal kända sagofigurer. När Farbror Blå, Tant Grön, Tant Brun och Tant Gredelin bjuder till fest kan vad som helst hända och du är varmt välkommen.
Expecting the Christmas goat - Hellman DRENGAR
Hellman Drengar & Lorensbergsteatern proudly presents "Waiting for Christmas goat - a sag (different) Performance".
2015 Christmas concert is a performance in two acts about friendship and about to break free from the given roles and to dare to be yourself in a delightful mix with some of our most beloved Christmas carols.
Hellman Drengar consists of around 50 men for 20 years have explored male roles and norms through song and work. The choir is led by founder Claes Nystrom.
Along with the band Hellmans Drengar and guest artists the choir brings the audience into the world of fairytales where we get to meet several famous fairytale characters. When Uncle Blue, Aunt Green, Aunt Brown and Aunt Gredelin invite to a party, anything can happen and you are warmly welcome.
- 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