Artists News Surprise project from the 3 actors of the unforgettable series Istanbullu Gelin!

Surprise project from the 3 actors of the unforgettable series Istanbullu Gelin!


The Istanbullu Gelin series, which was broadcast on Star TV and starring Aslı Enver, Özcan Deniz and İpek Bilgin, was a production that left its mark on the television screen. Adapted from Gülseren Budaıcıoğlu’s novel, the series will remain in the memories for many years as an impressive production, although the story has been changed and scripted.

Zeynep Günay Tan and Deniz Koloş were the directors of the Istanbullu Gelin series, which started in March 2017 and said goodbye to the screen with its third season in May 2019. The fact that the three actors of the O3 Medya series came together for a surprise project created excitement.

Aslı Enver, who gave life to the character of Süreyya in the series, later appeared in the Babil series. Fans of the actress, who has not been on the screen for a long time, can’t wait to see her in the series, but this time Enver chose to take part in the play.

Along with Aslı Enver, İpek Bilgin, who played Esma Sultan in İstanbullu Gelin, and Güven Murat Akpınar, who gave life to the character of Osman, are getting ready to take the stage together.

Cem Yiğit Üzümoğlu, one of the successful names of the young generation, also plays a role in the theater play Sırça. The theater play Sırça, directed by İbrahim Çiçek and produced by BKM, Craft and IdPro, is preparing to bring the emotional and unreal aspects of it to the audience with assertive performances, while sensitively conveying the emotional fragility of memories to the stage.

Sirça, translated by Hira Tekindor and directed by İbrahim Çiçek, from the first work of Tennessee Williams, who is known as one of the greatest theater writers of the 20th century, is making its premiere at Maximum Uniq Hall on March 22!

The executive producer of Sırça, whose tickets will be on sale on February 15, was made by Duygu Bayram, the decor and lighting design by Kerem Çetinel, the costumes by Nihal Kaplangı, and the music by Ömer Sarıgedik.