And if you would rather have it with red curtains of the hall modeled after the Milan Scala, take away a special audio visual memory with you: a ballet. But not just classical ballet, although you can opt for tutus and rose slippers, I love them, Tchaikovsky and Delibes. What I propose is particular, of local origin. On 21 June The Queen Margot, after the 1994 French movie, with music composed by Goran Bregović. On 7 June Who is Singing Out there (Ko to tamo peva), after a cult Serbian black humor movie describing the beginning of the WWII through a lens of a group of common people.Venue: National Theatre.
The tickets are surprisingly affordable.