The thesis deals with the psychoanalytic influence of Sigmund Freud on SlavkoGrum's drama An Event in the Town of Goga. With this, Grum's understanding of psychoanalysis is understoodevident from his theoretical reflections and correspondence with JožaDebelak, Grum's muse and love of life. From the point of view of Freud's perception of the theory of the subconscious and the three types of personality (id, ego and superego)attention is paid to some dramatic characters, namely Hana, Elsa, Afra, Tarbula, Klikot and Julio Gapit. At the same time, with an insight into the history of psychoanalysis, Freud's transition from the catharsis method to the method of psychoanalysis and Grum's peculiar perception of modern theater with the so-called"psychoanalytic relaxation". From the interest in catharsis and the psyche of persons and the interpretation of both by literary criticism, the question of small events arises, which in terms of Freud's process means a possible change for the better.