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Núnó og Júnía - ACS

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NÚNÓ OG JÚNÍA

FEBRUARY - APRIL

Núnó and Júnía - They taught the world to see

A new family show, full of magic and excitement

 "Can you see me? I can't see me."

Núnó is the greatest achiever in Hreinavík and everyone's role model in terms of fitness and industriousness. His motto is always to do better, then to do better than that and then to top that. One day, however, his world crumbles to the ground, when he discovers that he's caught The Fog, the menacing plague which threatens the lives of the inhabitants in Hreinavík. Now the race is on the find a cure before it is too late and Núnó becomes the next victim of The Fog. He receives help from an unexpected source and during this journey he gets to know himself and the world in a completely new way. 

Núnó and Júnía is a new Icelandic play for children and teenagers, written by Sigrún Huld Skúladóttir og Sara Martí Guðmundsdóttir. They also wrote the stageplay Píla Pína, which was a major hit last year. Sara Martí also directed that play and has now gathered most of the artistic team that created the magical world of Píla Pína in The Akureyri Culture Society's staging in Hamraborg. Núnó and Júnía will be quite a spectacle, full of theatre magic and visual tricks. The renowned musician Íkorni (The Squirrel) writes the music for the play. Núnó og Júnía is one of a number of events in The Akureyri Culture Society's ambitious program that are intended for younger audiences.  

Writers: Sigrún Huld Skúladóttir and Sara Martí Guðmundsdóttir

Director: Sara Martí Guðmundsdóttir

Lighting: Ingi Bekk

Stage and costumes: Brynja Björnsdóttir

Choreography: Katrín Mist Haraldsdóttir

Music: Stefán Örn Gunnlaugsson (Íkorni)

Video: Ragnar Hansson

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Society and the economy have many faces. Whereas agriculture is the mainstay of rural areas, the towns depend upon fishing, industry, trade and a range of services, with each village having its own characteristics though they all prove hospitable hosts. 
The availability of food and accommodation and the possibilities at every location for recreation and entertainment make hopping between the villages informative as well as fun.   
In every case, the residents are lively and ready to celebrate.

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