Following last year’s successful production of Jack & The Beanstalk, the ECC present their latest pantomime: Aladdin. This well-loved story will be told with energy, music and dance and promises to be fun for all the family.
Aladdin lives with his mum, Widow Twankey, who runs a laundry in Old Peking in the shadow of the Imperial Palace. Aladdin dreams of a better life when one day he meets the Emperor’s beautiful daughter, Princess Jasmine. The boy has to grow up fast when a mysterious uncle turns up asking for his help in obtaining a lamp from a magical cave. This episode sets off an exciting and hilarious chain of events that bring Aladdin love and riches beyond his wildest dreams.
Combining humour, songs and special effects, the show will delight young and old. It will feature the traditional pantomime classics, such as ‘he’s behind you!’ and ‘oh no it isn’t!’ and poke gentle fun at expat life.
The show runs from 9-11 January 2015 at the Auderghem Cultural Centre, Boulevard du Souverain 183, 1160 Brussels. Tickets (€16/€12) are available here.
The American Theatre Company is pleased to announce its January production:
44 Plays for 44 Presidents
by Andy Bayiates, Sean Benjamin, Genevra Gallo, Chloe Johnston and Karen Weinberg
Directed by Steve Challens
Think you know American history? Think again!
44 very true and different tales: A short play for each US prez from George Washington right down to Barack Obama
Of course we all have our favorites and the ones we love to hate. But we’re willing to bet there’s at least one you know nothing about! (We sure learned some things!!) Join us for this fast-paced romp of comedy and drama throughout North American history.William Shakespeare wrote 37 plays but this play offers you 44! Surely the January bargain of 2015!
22 – 24 & 28-31 January 2015 at 8:00pm
Warehouse Studio Theatre
Rue Waelhem 69A, Schaerbeek
Doors will open at approximately 7.30pm.
Tickets are 15 euros.
Book today by clicking here!
BronksTheatre: Abridged Henry VI (Parts 1, 2, 3) & Richard III by William Shakespeare.
Directed by Colma O’Luanaigh & Catriona White.
Directed by Lyn Wainwright.
Quietly is a powerful story of violence and forgiveness by Belfast writer Owen McCafferty.
Warehouse Studio Theatre.
Directed by Janet Middleton.
Tickets available from http://www.thelittleboxoffice.com/ecc