News, events

Printer-friendly versionPDF version
Finissage – Our poster exhibition entitled Hungarian Sound Film Posters 1931–1944 will be played out by Katalin Karády’s best known songs. Date and venue of finissage: October 7, 2017, 4 p.m.; Ars Librorum exhibition space, Floor 6.
Season 2 of cultural historical series entitled Orientalists in NSZL will begin on September 13, 2017.
Public dress rehearsal of the performance of Örkény Theater will be held in NSZL, so the Library will be closed one hour earlier, at 7 p.m. on Friday September 15, 2017.
Mikes Kelemen Program has found it, Reformation Project of the National Archives of Hungary restored it, and the Hungaricana Project made it available.
During the 26th Budapest Wine Festival, National Széchényi Library can be visited during its usual official opening hours.
An unusual theater rehearsal in our Library. We invite those interested in János Arany’s poetry to a special evening, to the dress rehearsal of the performance of Örkény Theater. The event will start at 7 p.m. on Friday September 15, 2017.
Actor and composer William Kaffenberger recently expressed his gratitude to the management of our Library for the precious help provided to his Béla Lugosi research team by the staff of NSZL’s Special Collections. During the week of 20 through 23 June, 2017, they conducted research on the Hungarian actor Béla Lugosi in the facilities of the Theater History Collection of NSZL.
The 26th Budapest Wine Festival will take place between September 7 and 10, 2017 where you can taste the best wines of Hungary. During these days, you can also visit our exhibition entitled Hungarian Sound Film Posters 1931–1944, which provides a taste of the film history of the early 20th century.
In the autumn of 2017, we will wait for you with programs related to the János Arany Year, including roundtable discussions, exclusive guided tours and presentations.
In August, the number of articles in NSZL’s Electronic Periodicals Archive & Database (Hungarian abbreviation: EPA) reached 500,000! The service is expanding and it continues to be available for free.
Syndicate content