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Svenska Teatern - Nicken-scenen

• Friday March 3 at 19.00

• Saturday March 4 at 19.00

Duration: 50-60min

Ages: All ages

Languages: Non verbal

Pricing: 40€ (support ticket), 20€ (full price), 10€ (reduced*)

Accessibility: to book wheelchair spaces, please contact

*Students, children, pensioners, unemployed, professionals

Theatre groups AKHE and KREPSKO present:

17 1/2 Wrong Movements

Wrong movements in the right show? Right movements from the wrong show? Long notes from the wrong song?


Performers from two well-toured international theatre groups momentarily distanced from the rest of their groups in Helsinki. Right people in the wrong country? Or the opposite? So many brilliant movements and moments taken out of their original context to create a new nonverbal dialogue. Optical chronicles of absurd and very visual theatre. Theatrical upcycling where something totally new is being created in an homage on the heaps of old.


This premier performance is a collaboration between two long-lived theatre companies, Engineering theatre AKHE and KREPSKO theatre group. Both groups have been creating their own special theatre worlds and travelling around the world in more than 30 countries with their performances, which have been awarded in

various festivals.


Wrong Movements made by, among others: Linnea Happonen, Jan Jakubal, Pavel Semchenko, Riina Tikkanen

Music and techincal support: Mayim Alpert

Lighting design: Mayim Alpert and Tobias Lönnquist

Choreographic co-producing: Yellow Buoy Company (Austria)

Thank you to: Nuutti Happonen, Teatteri Metamorfoosi, Aura of Puppets, Metropolitan Puppets

The performance in Helsinki is supported in part by ACT OUT, a project of IG Freie Theaterarbeit, funded by the BMEIA.

Pavel Semchenko's production is co-funded by the European Union’s Creative Europe Programme as part of Artists at Risk – A European Network of Safe Havens (AR-ENSH) project. He was an AR-ENSH resident in Helsinki.

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