We are sorry, due to a private event, our restaurant is closed today. See you again from 11:00 on Thursday!
Tsar B is the alias of Justine Bourgeus – operating from her homestudio in Belgium, she produces an eclectic mix of progressive r'n'b. Her inspiration comes from baroque music, ‘90s female-fronted R&B and artists like Björk, Grimes and Rihanna. With over 15 million organic streams to her name thanks to early tastemaker support (The Fader, Billboard, Dazed & Confused, i-D, NME, BBC Radio 1, etc) and a worldwide dance community embracing her songs (Escalate was featured on SYTYCD, over 1000 choreographies to her music), she is awaiting her coronation as alt pop’s next dominatrix.
Zoltán Cséry's new solo piano project, "Songs For Your Soul", represents the genre of minimal music. The melodies composed by the author serve the purpose of allowing the listener to release himself, to stop and experience the musical journey that he understands in this particular world. The special guest of the album show will be Zoohacker, who comes with a unique, mystic-style reed instrument the Futujara in addition to his synthesizers.
This exhibition presenting the latest paintings by drMáriás - portrait artist of the Great Unorthodox Fight - will be opened by Gábor Gulyás esthete where Entartete Kunst will give a concert.
Sólveig Matthildu, keyboard player and composer of the Icelandic electro-girl trio Kælan Mikla that played at the A38 Ship recentlyy will introduce in solo this time at the spectacular exhibition hall of the A38 Ship. A delightful, electronically-inspired ethereal sound-carpet: this is what will Sólveig bring to the A38 Ship on November 28th.
With their first full-length album We Bless This Mess led by Portuguese guitarist-violinist Nelson Graf Reis return to A38 Ship. This great guy moving in punk rock and folk/americana genres is an inescapable artistic phenomenon: besides music he skates and tattoos - although the latter is clear from the amount of ink used at his forehead...
Ted Milton, the cultic singer, saxophone player and bandleader and his outragous afro-punk band Blurt return to the A38!
How to draw with light and leave a mark? Workshop held by Albert Virág and Barbara Sterk.
At the first community event of Qubit.hu, we are dealing with the most immediate problems and the Hungarian aspects of robotic linguistics and behavior. On the Danube coast site, we can listen to some of the most respected Hungarian scholars and researchers of the topic or ask them unconditionally.
A great young illusionist will make you feel weird, full of magic, fun and entertainment with his spectacular show at the beautiful gallery of the Ship.
An achingly lovely exercise in vintage, chrome-plated, wood-paneled Americana - Daniel Knox live!