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I think it's spring out there

A reality-based monologue about loss, grief and the healing power of life.

Can a mother who has lost her children ever be whole again?

Irina, a high-ranking executive, struggles with a controlling husband who disappears with their child after she files for divorce. After years of searching, setbacks, despair, and bureaucratic obstacles, life has lost its meaning. Everything is empty. But then Irina meets a person who arouses forbidden feelings in the midst of the indescribable grief. Somewhere beyond the compact darkness that has surrounded her for so long, she senses a warm and inviting light that reminds her of how life used to feel. Could it be spring?

"I think it's spring out there" is a beautiful, inspiring and deeply touching story about the enormous power of man and the healing properties of life. The play is based on a real-life novel by Concita De Gregorio and is dramatized by the Italian artist Gaia Saitta, who also directs the performance.

In the role of Irina, we see Guldbaggewinner Maria Sundbom, known from among others Fröken Friman's War and The Bridge as well as theater performances such as the attention-grabbing monologue I don't want to die, I just don't want to live at Uppsala Stadsteater.

Buy tickets at or by calling Visit Lund on 046-131415 Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 11am to 14pm.

You can also buy tickets over the counter at Lund's Stadsteater. For opening hours see  

Dates, Times, Location

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  • Lund's City Theatre
  • Riksteatern Lund

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