TRAFÓ

TRAFÓ – HOUSE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS is a performance venue located in an old transformer station in Budapest, Hungary. It opened its doors in 1998 during the Budapest Autumn Festival with a piece by Yvette Bozsik.

Showcasing various genres – theatre, dance, new circus, music and other visual arts – TRAFÓ’s open-minded program is unique within the Hungarian art scene and a cornerstone of the international community.

Experimental and audience-friendly at the same time, and inspired by new innovations as well as cultural heritage, TRAFÓ is dedicated to provide a space for the presentation of work by both domestic Hungarian and renowned international artists. The program is focused on younger audiences but invites members of any generation looking for something new.

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