ATC: ​The Providence of Neighboring Bodies (14 – 18 May, 2019)

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.

 

 

BLOC: The Sorcerer (23-26 May 2019)

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.

For more information and tickets, see the BLOC website.

BSS: Mopsa and Dorcas Hit the Town / Nadir Nachtmerrie (20-22 June 2019)

Mopsa and Dorcas Hit the Town
An original play by Patrick Stephenson
Directed by Esther Pozo Vera

 

They’re full-time doctorate students and part-time pole dancers. They’ve just lost their jobs. But tonight, they’ll start to save the world.
“Hilarious… The Bard would be proud.” – Sarah Crew, Editor-in-Chief, The Bulletin Magazine

 

 

Nadir Nachtmerrie
An original play by Stephen Challens
Directed by Esther Pozo Vera

Inspired by William Shakespeare’s tale of A Midsummer Night’s dream, this tale is turned upside down and takes on a darker feel.
Can this play within a play within a play within a play illuminate anything new on this traditional light and funny comedy?
Smiling from the shadows, Puck thinks so.

 

Part of the 1st Annual Shakespeare Summer Festival, come see this double feature in combination with ‘Henry V‘ and enjoy our Shake-your-Spear Sunday Social as a fun extra.

Venue: Balsamine Theatre, Avenue Félix Marchal / Felix Marchallaan 1, 1030 Schaerbeek
(Very close to Dailly)

googlemap of venue location

Tickets for 13 euro via  https://thelittleboxoffice.com/bss

 

 

BSS: 1st Annual Brussels Shakespeare Summer Festival (20-29 Juin, 2019)

One ticket, three plays and our Sunday Shakespeare Festival Day!

Get a lovely dose of theatre just before the summer break.

The first week enjoy the double feature of original plays ‘Mopsa And Dorcas Hit the Town’ and ‘Nadir Nachtmerrie’. The second week the BSS is presenting the classic ‘Henry V’.

During this festival we offer you three different takes on Shakespeare’s plays with ‘Mopsa And Dorcas’, inspired by the characters of the tragedy of ‘A Winter’s Tale’. ‘Nadir Nachtmerrie’ is inspired by one of Shakespeares most popular comedies, ‘A Midsummer night’s dream’, but viewed from the other side of the mirror. This is a tale you know, but not as you know it.
We’re finishing with the history play ‘Henry V’, picking up the story where ‘Henry IV’ stopped.

So with this combo ticket you get a peek into the wonderful world of the Bard.

If this has wet your appetite, come join us on the Shakespeare Sunday Social, for a hopefully sunny afternoon with drinks, food and entertainment.

Mopsa and Dorcas Hit the Town / Nadir Nachtmerrie
Henry V
Shake-your-Spear Sunday Social

Venue: Balsamine Theatre, Avenue Félix Marchal / Felix Marchallaan 1, 1030 Schaerbeek
(Very close to Dailly)

googlemap of venue location

Tickets, including entrance to all three plays, the Shakespeare Sunday Social and one drink,
for 26  euro via https://thelittleboxoffice.com/bss (Only 100 combo festival tickets available)

BSS: Shake-your-Spear Sunday Social (23 June 2019)

Master and Mistress,
Quickly come to our event;
Shake your Spear;
Henry a Fifth of wine;
Fall on your Staff;
Nick your Bottom;
the next day, see Doctor Butts.

Dive into the world of the Bard and join us for an afternoon filled with lovely food and drinks and, obviously, a healthy helping of Shakespeare related entertainment.

One of the highlights of our 1st Annual Shakespeare Summer Festival

Venue: Balsamine Theatre, Avenue Félix Marchal / Felix Marchallaan 1, 1030 Schaerbeek
(Very close to Dailly)

googlemap of venue location

Tickets for only 5 euro via https://thelittleboxoffice.com/bss