Bob Hund returns to his hometown of Helsingborg with a letter. Together with the Helsingborg City Theater and the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, they are launching an action-packed concert from Storan Theater that is broadcast live digitally.
Always the current Bob dog is the hexagon that has reappeared countless times. With skills of melancholy, humor, and word processor, they have obnoxious poetic undertones – with titles like Now the revolution is in full swing, tinnitus in the heart And the The Weekend, Issue 48 – Printed on Swedish pop history. Sung in Helsingborg is impeccable.
Now all new and old fans are invited to a sprawling and carefree outing into the world of Pop Dogg with elements of the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra. During the summer, the band and orchestra got scratched from a distance at some old classics and some brand new pieces in the middle of a time when social distancing was the goal.
– 89% of communications today have become a “play” regardless of whether you are the next president of the United States or if you look at a photo when your best friend’s grandmother eats a quarantine vegan cinnamon bun. Bob Hond singer Thomas Auberge says it’s part of Bob Hund’s destiny to be on stage for the first time, late summer 2020.
Together with director Cagsa Geertz, who is also the theater director at Helsingborg City Theater, they set up a crackle show. Even if the audience can’t be in front of the stage this time, it will pass directly through the screens and all viewers will receive the much-needed bob syringe from a distance.
– To be able to collaborate with a band like Bob Hund, at their hometown’s Stadsteatern, is a dream. We pick pieces from the world of theater and music together and it just becomes magical. It’s the first time but definitely not the last that we’re doing together, says Cagsa Geertz, theater director and director at Helsingborg City Theater.
The concert takes place on August 15 at 20.00 and can be seen live on helsingborgsstadsteater.se
on the stage: Bob the dog
Music: Bob Hund and the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra
Reggie: Cagsa Geertz
Scenography, costume and mask: Hailey Damgard
Lighting design: Mikael Silvest
For more information and press accreditation:
Mira Jalamo, press contact Helsingborg City Theater, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0721-88 54 99