Henry Higgins, a professor of phonetics fascinated by dialects and accents takes on a bet that he can pass off Eliza Doolittle, cockney flower girl as a duchess in only 6 months.
Undoubtedly George Bernard Shaw’s masterpiece, Pygmalion is the renowned witty, modern interpretation of the myth, which tells the story of a sculptor (Pygmalion) who falls in love with his own statue (Galatea).
The play will be performed at the Warehouse Studio Theatre, rue Waelhem 69A, 1030 Brussels.
May 2 – 11, 2019 (8pm) matinee show May 4 (2pm).
Tickets are €16 and are available from www.thelittleboxoffice.com/ecc.
Named one of the Guardian’s 2018 Top Picks of the Edinburgh Fringe, The Providence of Neighboring Bodies, by up-and-coming playwright Jean Ann Douglass, is a dark comedy about female friendship and the danger of lingering prejudices. It’s also about beer and balconies. And beavers.
The ATC will present this one-act play, directed by Rebecca Castermans, followed by nibbles, drinks, and improv with the ATC’s own Ghost Sheep!
14 – 18 May, 2019 20:00 at the Warehouse Studio Theatre.
The Sorcerer – An Original Modern Comic Opera
by W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan
Stage Director – Angela and Tony Lowe, Music Director – Lionel Bams
Come and join us in the English village of Ploverleigh,
where the vicar’s tea is going to cause quite a stir!
Has the Sorcerer added a dash of magic to the pot?
Is there trouble brewing? Is it all a storm in a teacup, or something much more exciting …?
This family-friendly show will charm and delight you, and its magical melodies will leave you spellbound!
Thursday, 23 May 2019, 20:00
Friday, 24 May 2019, 20:00
Saturday, 25 May .2019, 14:30 & 20:00
Sunday, 26 May 2019, 14:30
at De Bosuil Cultural Centre in Overijse.
Early Birds tickets until 24 May 2019! Book early to avoid disappointment!
For more information and tickets, see the BLOC website.
BSS presents ‘Henry V’ by William Shakespeare, directed by Stephen Challens.
Performances: 24-29th June 2019
Théâtre la Balsamine, 1 Avenue Félix Marchal, 1030 Bruxelles
War brings out the best and worst in people, the question of ‘just cause’, courage against the odds, treason, opportunism, cowardice, honour and dishonour. And finally after the battlefields fall silent, what must follow: how to build peace and trust again between the warring parties …