ITG presents a comedy double-bill of NEW WRITING.
ALL Performances are SOLD OUT.
Faster and Slower by Vincent Eaton
A dark comedy set in the near future. An ageing couple spend their time together peacefully, if slightly antagonistically. The arrival of some news creates some unexpected twists and turns…
Airheads by Lisa Ni Laoire
In an age where technology is an increasing presence in our lives Airheads takes an hilarious look at an Irish couple and their attempts to break into the online B&B business. Having never been abroad, Eddie and Maura find themselves experiencing culture shock in their own kitchen.
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ECC is proud to present The Father, written by Florian Zeller, translated by Christopher Hampton, and directed by Heli Pärna, at the Warehouse Studio Theatre from October 23-27, 2018.
What is actually going on in this flat? And who are these people coming in and out of it? And is it even his flat or is he in someone else’s home? And if so, how did he get here?
According to the author, Florian Zeller, The Father is a puzzle with a missing piece and no one ever knows which piece it is”. The protagonist, André who is living with his adult daughter Anne, is looking for people to tell him the truth in an ever changing world while trying to make sense of his environment despite the reigning chaos around him. This play is a glimpse into the world of someone with dementia – an illness that leads quite a silent existence, perhaps because many people think, and even more so, hope, that it will never affect them.
A €2 donation will be made to Alzheimer Europe Foundation from each ticket sold. You can visit their website to learn more about the work and research that they do www.alzheimer-europe.org
Tickets are €15 and are available from www.thelittleboxoffice.com/ecc
The journey to Sherwood Forest has begun. ECC are proud to present Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood which will be performed in Auderghem Cultural Centre from January 18-20, 2019.
This hilarious never-ever-before-seen version of the traditional tale promises to be one of the most spectacular family pantomimes performed on the Brussels stage.
The evil Sheriff of Nottingham hatches a wicked plan to marry Maid Marian for her money. But first he has to get rid of the Babes – Maid Marian’s Belgian cousins. It’s down to our most famous outlaw Robin Hood to save the day, with a little help from his Merry Men, his trusty steed and the lovely Maid Marian.
Enjoy plenty of songs, dances, stunning scenery, special effects and superb costumes…topped off by all-round slapstick and silliness. Festive entertainment does not come any better!
Tickets are €16 for adults, €12 for children and are available from www.thelittleboxoffice.com/ecc.
Last year’s panto was over 90% sold out, so book early to avoid disappointment!
ETCetera presents ‘Figaro Gets Divorced’ by Ödon von Horvath.
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Tuesday 19th Feb – 20.00
Wednesday 20th Feb – 20.00
Thursday 21st Feb – 20.00
Friday 22nd Feb – 20.00
Saturday 23rd Feb – 20.00
Sunday 24th Feb – 15.00
When the curtain falls on Mozart’s ‘Marriage of Figaro’ everything looks set for a happy ending. Horvath’s bittersweet continuation of the story takes a different turn when revolution forces Figaro, Susanne and the Almavivas to flee for their lives.
What follows is part comedy, part drama, and deals with, among other things, themes of immigration, racism, adultery, and hairdressing.
Directed by Diana Cardona, it is performed mainly in English with some scenes in French or German (with surtitles).
Venue: Warehouse Studio Theatre, Waelhemstraat 69A, 1030 Bruxelles
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BSS presents ‘Our Country’s Good’ by Timberlake Wertenbaker
Directed by Joanna Jack
Special group discount price of €10 for groups of 5+
After the novel ‘The Playmaker’ by Thomas Keneally, Timberlake Wertenbaker’s dramatisation won her an Olivier Award, six Tonys and ‘Best New Foreign Play’ award from the New York Drama Critics’ Circle.
Based on real events – the staging by convicts and officers of 18th C. dramatist George Farquhar’s ‘The Recruiting Officer’ – follow the progress of the first Convict Fleet to Australia. Discover with us whether theatre brings social cohesion and the birth of a new society…for better or worse, for the newcomers and indigenous peoples.
Tuesday 19th to Saturday 23rd of March, 8pm
and Saturday 23rd at 3 pm
Theatre: Theatral Scarabaeus, Rue Creuse, Schaerbeek
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Tickets: €20, students/under 18: €15, group of 5+ (adults and/or students/under 18): €10!