24 to 29th of October
The Brussels Shakespeare Society presents Coriolanus, directed by Charles Bouchard, presented at:
Petit Théâtre Mercelis, rue Mercelis 13, 1050 Ixelles
Venue location on Google
from 24 to 29th of October at 8 pm, with a matinée at 2 pm on the 29th.
Tickets available here.
The ECC presents The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol, adapted by Tim Myers and directed by Anna Holmen.
Performances take place on 9-12 and 16-19 November 2016 at 20:00 at the Warehouse Studio Theatre.
Tickets cost €15 from http://thelittleboxoffice.com/ecc
ETCetera, together with Les Colyriques, a well known Brussels musical theatre company, presents its next musical production, The Little Prince, a “Magic Opera” based on the famous book by Antoine de St-Exupéry, “Le Petit Prince”. Rachel Portman and Nicholas Wright wrote the songs, music and lyrics.
The book and the opera put up themes of flying, friendship, foxes, faithfulness and flowers, with an array of amazing human and non-human characters, and an appeal that is at least as much to adults as to children.
Les Colyriques and ETCetera have assembled some wonderful actors and singers, including both an adults’ and a children’s chorus, and some brilliant soloists and musicians.
The singing is in English (with French surtitles), with some narrative passages taken from the original book in French (with English surtitles).
Tickets: www.europeantheatreclub.eu : to find a booking form, or email direct to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Theatre: Le “139”, Avenue Emile Max 139, 1030 Brussels.
- 18.00 – Wed 9 and 16 November
- 15.00 – Sun 13 and 20 November
- 19.00 – Thurs 10, Fri 11, Sat 12, Fri 18 and Sat 19 November
- Adults – 16 €
- Children under 16 years – 13 €
- Groups of 10 or more (any age) – 12 €
Sandwiches and soup available in the interval.
A Christmas Carol – the Musical
De Kam, Wezembeek-Oppem
24 – 27 November 2016 at the Auderghem Cultural Centre Theatre
Based on the classic by Charles Dickens, written in 1843, Alan Menken’s musical version of the story is true to the original. Grumpy miserly Ebenezer Scrooge will have nothing to do with Christmas as everybody else in London is preparing to celebrate. His late partner, the equally miserly Jacob Marley, appears to him as a mournful ghost and foretells of the visit of three ghosts who will try to reform Scrooge so that he doesn’t end up like Marley. Once shown the error of his ways, Scrooge finally realises that the future ahead is not one he wants and he makes amends. It’s a ghost story about redemption.
Box office already open at http://www.bloc-brussels.com/index.php/tickets.
The Cripple of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh, set on a remote island off the west coast of Ireland in 1934, is a dark comedy. Inspired by a real event – the filming of The Man of Aran on Inishmore in 1934 – the story follows the impact of the news of the filming on a young Cripple Billy and the other inhabitants of Inishmaan. Could this be their escape from life on Inishmaan where the tedium is broken only by the gossip and stories put about by Johnnypateenmike?
Cruel, sad, sometimes violent, yet achingly funny, the story reveals the characters in a way that makes you realise that people are not always as they seem.
- Tuesday 7 – Saturday 11 February 2017
- 20:00 (8pm)
- The Warehouse Studio Theatre
- Box Office and Ticket details will be updated closer to performance dates