ETCetera: Grim Tales (23-29 October 2017)

ETCetera (Becket, Don Juan and the Stone Guest, Mr Choufleury etc) presents an evening of two short plays loosely based on Grimm brothers’ well known tales:

Etre le Loup – a comic and somewhat violent tale about some sheep and a wolf, in French, with surtitles in English; based on an original play by Bettina Wegenast.

Directed by Christine Marchand

Snow – an updating of 3 episodes in the life of Snow White, in English, German and Spanish, with surtitles in French or English; based on a text by J L Williams originally written for opera.

Directed by Diana Cardona Gomez

Theatre: Le Foyer, Centre Culturel d’Auderghem, Boulevard du Souverain 183, 1160 Brussels.

Tuesday 24 to Saturday 28 October 2017 at 20.00, Sunday 29 October at 15.00

Tickets €16 (€14 for 5-9 tickets, €12 for 10 tickets or more):

tickets.etcetera@gmail.com

Tel : 0473 715 383

www.europeantheatreclub.eu

ECC: Life reflected (9-18 Nov 2017)

The ECC’s first production for the 2017-2018 season will be something a little different.

LIFE REFLECTED is an evening of poetry staged and directed by Malinda Coleman

9-11 and 16-18 November 2017 at 8pm
The Warehouse Studio Theatre, Rue Waelhem 69, 1030 Schaerbeek

Tickets:  €15 from https://thelittleboxoffice.com/ecc

Malinda Coleman writes: Poetry offers us the pleasure of language played and experimented with, but also can show us things about our experiences that make us feel and understand them differently, more intensely. Inspired by the Shakespearean “seven ages of man”, this collection traces our lives from the beginning to the beginning of the end … encompassing childhood, romance and coupling, parenthood, the challenges of our workaday lives, and the experiences that come along later in life.  The poems I have chosen are from both old familiar authors and many unknown contemporary poets.

It sounds serious! But expect to be surprised …I have been lucky to find an exciting group of readers, relative newcomers Agathe Osinski and James Hogan, combined with favourite familiars: Janet Middleton, Liz Ross, David Steen and Mark Prescott. First rehearsals designed to whittle down the long list of poems I compiled have already shown us something of the delight and pleasure this evening will provide.