Popular Bulgarian poet Nedyalko Yordanov Tells His Life in Monodrama “I am still there; I’m still alive”

On the occasion of his 75th anniversary, popular Bulgarian poet, playwright and writer, Nedyalko Yordanov will present to his fans the monodrama “I am still there; I’m still alive.”

Alone on the stage of Bulgaria Hall in Sofia, with the accompaniment of Haygashod Agasyan’s musical performance, the poet will tell his life through memories, poems and songs, many of which he will sing for the first time.

This concert will be different from his previous numerous ones in Hall 1 of the National Palace of Culture, because it will be more intimate and emotional.

The poet says that he will say goodbye to his audience with this one last performance.

The date is April 25, Saturday, a specially selected day for fans of the poet from all over the country. The show starts at 7 pm.

Ticket can be purchased at the box office of Bulgaria Hall and through the network of Ticket Pro.

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