Something is happening in Buda: just a few minutes from Átrium theater (check the Átrium Film article), Jurányi Inkubátorház is a prospering center of Budapest contemporary arts since its opening last autumn.
Located in a refurbished school building, Jurányi Inkubátorház is impressive in its size: it has 5 levels that host more than 15 independent theatre and dance companies and other organizations. The colourful lines that show you the way to their workrooms and studios are symbolic: they represent the idea behind the house that is based on bringing together a bunch of creative, open-minded artists to see how they can connect and cooperate in new, inspiring ways. Besides studios, there’s also a big theatre hall for the performances.
The program might contain something in English (it is worth checking at the website) or you can opt for a dance performance (there’s also a dance studio with various courses in modern and contemporary dance).