A Polar pioneer’s tale



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Stortorget, 9008 Tromsø, Norge

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Theatre walk in the centre of Tromsø.  The town’s exciting past comes to life when the local polar pioneer Wanny Woldstad, takes you through her Tromsø and her life;

«In the 20’s the Arctic hunt was the Klondyke of the North. Just at that time I moved to Tromsø to build my future as a housewife. But then life made a different turn … »
Welcome to a real taste of the Arctic!

You can enjoy the walk in itself or combined with

Lunch and dessert at Bårstua
or
Three course dinner and wine at Compagniet

When can I see the show

Book tickets here:

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Questions?
Contact us here:
+47 48 04 99 24. sadionor@sadionor.com.

Fridays winter season at 1 pm
Welcome back 1. December!

Where can I see it

Storgata, (Mainstreet), Tromsø centre

Starting point

The show starts at the Main square, Tromsø city centre

Who

Grown ups/can be seen by everybody

Lasts

The walk lasts 45 minutes

Included

Lunch and dessert at Bårstua:
Reindeer wrap alt fish soup with mineral water, apple tart and hot beverage.

Three course dinner and & 2 glasses of selected wine at Compagniet:

Open Ravioli

Saffron and shellfish

Reindeer

Sirloin, Broccolini, Pommes Anna

Blackberry sauce and espresso cream (7,9)

Crème Brûlée
Whisky Ice-cream

 

 

Background:

In the show Polar Profiles  we present a lot of different persons whom the Arctic hunt brought to Svalbard. The Tromsø lady Woldstad was one of them. In Walk with Wanny  we brought the character out to the mainstreet. Her life was a perfect frame for presenting the special time of Arctic hunt in Tromsø, when adventure and every day life walked hand in hand.
If you want to learn a litle about Tromsø, and have a great experience, this is what to do in Tromsø.

See Barents Observer’s reportage about the theatre walk here

In cooperation with:
Visit Tromsø

“Smørtorget” (Butter’s market)

Thanks to:

  • Our great audience, big smiles and a warming applause with woolen mittens and gloves
  • Aud Kirsti Pedersen, for her extensive dialect knowledge and for so willingly sharing her language advices with us.
  • Sigmund Sæverud, for -as always, good councel and advice.
  • Harald Johannesen og Svenn Johannesen for the informative talk about the Arctic explorers and Tromsø
  • In deveoping the theatre walk we have especially made use of the Tromsø Museum Magazine OTTAR nr 5/88, nr 5/98 and nr 3/99, the books “FRAM mot Nordpolen” (“FORWARD toward the North Pole”) by Susan Barr and “Hjalmar Johansen” by Einar Østvedt.
  • In the walk we also perform Prospero’s epilogue from “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare, translated by Andre Bjerke.

Medvirkende

Nina Rosenlund

+47 48 04 99 24   nina@sadionor.com

Jeg liker veldig godt å skape klassiske karakterer og dramaturgi, som jeg framfører på utradisjonelle steder.

Klaus Løkholm Bergli

+47 90 02 68 74   klaus@sadionor.com

Jeg jobber for at møtet mellom publikum, skuespilleren og historiene skal være så nært og enkelt som mulig.
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