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ATC Improv: The Anniversary Show (18 Jan 2014)

The Warehouse Studio Theatre
Tickets: 10 euros, at the door

ATC Improv is 1 year old! We will be celebrating with a smorgasboard of improv games and special guest performers…
The Ghost Sheep will be making their first foray into longform improv with a format called The Motel, a show where every scene takes place in – you guessed it – a motel room!

There will also be plenty of special guests, including Neil Curran, founder of Improv Fest Ireland, who will be taking audience participation to another level in his show, ‘Neil + 1’.
Last but not least, a birthday would not be a birthday without cake, so stick around after the show and celebrate with us!

ATC: Ghost Sheep Improv Musical (21 July 2014)

ATC Improv presents: The Ghost Sheep: The Musical!
July 21, 8pm (5 euro entry)
Le Cercle des Voyageurs (in ‘Les Caves’)
18, Rue des Grands Carmes (50 metres from the Manekken Pis)

What better way to celebrate Belgium’s National Day than by joining us with your wonderful imagination? Be sure to stick around after the show for celebratory drinks- whether you’re Belgian or not!Remember how we said that our June show was the last one before the summer break? We lied. We will have one last performance, on Belgium’s national day, no less!

Since the hideously talented Sacha Hoedemaker is visiting Brussels to give musical improv workshops for ATC Improv, we decided it would be a crying shame NOT to do a musical performance with him and go out with a bang.So join us at ‘Les Caves’ (basement) of Le Cercle des Voyageurs (Lievevrouwbroersstraat 18, 1000 Brussels) with your suggestions so that we may perform for a musical that’s never been written!Tickets cost 5 euro and be sure to stick around for celebratory drinks, whether you’re Belgian or not!


ATC Improv: Rocket Sugar Factory & Friends (22-23 Nov 2014)

22 & 23 November, 8pm
The Warehouse Studio Theatre, Rue Waelhem 69a, 1030 Schaerbeek
€10 entry

Rocket Sugar Factory is the North American power-duo, Jim Libby (USA) and Jacob Banigan (Canada). They spend most of their time together touring all over. Their influence on the already fresh and vibrant scene in Europe is well known: as innovators, as consummate performers and all around good guys. 

The list of places RSF has performed sold out shows sounds like a dream vacation: Berlin, London, Zurich, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Hannover, Oslo, Milan, Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, Hamburg, Ljubljana, Memphis, Seattle, Atlanta, and Edmonton. They play Improv because it can be Fast and Funny, Serious and Stupid, Unforgettable and Disposable, Disgusting and True, Ridiculous and Sublime. 
Over their combined 35 years in impro, Jim and Jacob have played thousands of shows, worked with the top improvisers around the world, and have won many international competitions.

Saturday show

First up, The Ghost Sheep & guests will warm you up with the help of the ATC’s delightful guest improvisers.

Jim and Jacob will then take centre stage with their improv duo, Rocket Sugar Factory!

Lastly, we will welcome guest improvisers from Belgium and beyond for a legendary IMPROV Jam!

Sunday show

We will invite our enthusiastic workshop attendees and ATC Improv members to perform some fast paced shortform games, under the direction of Jim and Jacob.

Next, The Ghost Sheep and Rocket Sugar Factory will bring down the house with a grand weekend finale. What they will perform will be a magnificent, improvised surprise…

Two nights. Four class acts. Plenty of surprises. Don’t miss it!! Attend the facebook event here.

Sign up to the workshops here.

ATC: Spoon River Anthology (14 Jan 2015)


By Edgar Lee Masters
Adapted and Directed by Christopher Flores 
The American Theatre Company is proud to announce auditions for its 2015 FEATS entry: Spoon River Anthology. This American classic is a collection of eloquently and sharply written free-verse epitaphs spoken from the cemetery of the fictional town of Spoon River. Published in 1915, this ground breaking work caused great sensation because of its forthrightness about sex, moral decay and hypocrisy. One hundred years later, Master’s critique and observations of man still resonate deeply.AUDITION DETAILS
If you are interested in auditioning, please prepare one of the epitaphs and email the director. You can obtain a copy of the script by clicking here. The competition will take place from 22-25 May.Profiles 
Each actor will be required to play multiple characters. There is no set number of actors for the play and therefore casting will be based on the range each actor is able to display in the audition.4 males
3 females

Dates and Location
14 January at 20.00

The Warehouse
Rue Waelhem 73
1030 – Schaerbeek

The Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies (FEATS) is a four-day competitive theatre festival held in different European cities every year. On each of four nights three one-act plays are presented in English by groups from all over continental Europe. The performances are adjudicated by a member of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators (GoDA).

ECC: War Brides (13, 15, 18 Jan 2015)

ECC Brussels will be presenting War Brides by Marion Craig Wentworth at FEATS 2015 in Hamburg (22-25 May 2015). The show will also be performed earlier in May in Brussels.

There are seven characters (four women, three men) in the show:

  • Hedwig (Joan)“tall, well built, and carries herself proudly. Strong, intelligent features, but pale”
  • Amelia (Amy): “a slight, flaxen-haired girl of nineteen”
  • Mother: “sturdy and stoical”
  • Minna“young, pretty”
  • Hoffman (Joseph Kerman): “familiar, inclined to stoutness, but good-looking”
  • Arno:“in his early twenties, and looks even younger than he really is”
  • Hertz (Captain Bragg)“well along in years, rheumatic, but tremendously self-important”

The script (copyright-free) is available from If you are interested in auditioning, please contact the director, Conrad Toft, to arrange an audition time. Auditions will take place on 13 & 15 January 2015 at 20:00 and 18 January 2015 at 11:00. If you are unable to make those audition times, we may be able to find alternatives.

ATC: 44 Plays for 44 Presidents (22-31 Jan 2015)

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!

BATS: My Boy Jack (17-25 April 2015)

By David Haig
Directed by Jill Franks
BATS Little Theatre, Paardenmarkt 111, 2000 Antwerp

The year is 1913 and war with Germany is imminent. Rudyard Kipling’s determination to send his myopic son Jack to war triggers a bitter family conflict which leaves Britain’s renowned patriot devastated by the warrings of his own greatest passions: his love for children – above all his own – and his devotion to Kind and Country.

‘My Boy Jack’ was first staged at Hampstead Theatre, London, in 1997, with David Haig himself playing Rudyard Kipling. Ten years later it was filmed for television with Daniel Radcliffe as Jack and Haig as Kipling.

To commemorate WWI, BATS is bringing this moving play to the Antwerp stage.

17, 18, 22, 23, 24 & 25 April 2015 – 8 pm
19 April 2015 – 3 pm

€12 (adults), €10 (students, >65)

0495 31 76 87

ITG: Dolly West’s Kithen (4, 16 June 2014)

Auditions for
Dolly West’s Kitchen
Directed by Isabel Walsh


Wednesday, June 4th and Monday, June 16th @ 19.30
The Warehouse Theatre


Dolly West’s Kitchen is set in Buncrana, Co. Donegal during the Second World War. Dolly has returned from Italy and is living in the family home with her unconventional mother Rima. Also in the household is her sister Esther, unhappily married to devoted husband Ned and her younger brother Justin, a soldier in the Irish army.The family is visited by three men, Alec Redding, a former lover of Dolly’s, now in the British army and stationed in Derry, Northern Ireland, the flamboyant Marco and his cousin Jamie, both American soldiers on their way to France. These men cause havoc in the West family and change their lives forever. The play is darkly comic, touching on issues of Irish neutrality, sexual identity and jealousy.

Auditions will take place on Wednesday, June 4th and Monday, June 16th in the Warehouse Theatre (rue Waelhem, 1030)

List of Characters
Dolly West – in her thirties
Rima West – her mother, sixties
Esther Horgan – her older sister, late thirties
Justin West – her brother, twenties
Ned Horgan – Esther’s husband, forties
Anna Owens – maid to the West family, late teens
Alec Redding – British, late thirties
Marco Delavicario – American soldier, twenties
Jamie O’Brien – American soldier, twenties, Marco’s cousin

If you would like more information about the auditions and the play, please drop us a line at or visit our website for more information.

ATC: Melancholy Play (17, 21 June)

Auditions for Melancholy Play: A Contemporary Farce will be held on Wednesday, June 17 at 8pm; Thursday, June 18 at 8pm; and Sunday, June 21 at 4pm.

The play will be performed in the Studio in February 2016; rehearsals will start in late fall.

Melancholy Play is a poetic and funny play about romantic longing, transfiguration, and Doritos.

The roles are:

FRANK, a tailor
TILLY, a bank teller
FRANCES, a hairdresser
JOAN, a British nurse
JULIA/N, a cellist (must genuinely be able to play the cello!)

Please contact the director, Carrie Ellwanger, at to confirm your attendance at the audition. Thank you!

ECC: Dick Whittington (18, 27, 28 June)

The ECC is auditioning for its January 2016 Pantomime, Dick Whittington and his Magical Cat, which will be taking place at the Auderghem Cultural Centre from 8-10 January 2016.

Auditions will be held at The Warehouse Studio Theatre, Rue Waelhem 69a, 1030 Schaerbeek on:

  • Thursday 18 June 8-10pm
  • Saturday 27 June 11am-1pm
  • Sunday 28 June 2-4pm

There are speaking and chorus parts for both adults and children, so come along and enjoy the fun. You don’t need to prepare anything in advance for the auditions.

For further information email

BUTT Awards 2015

The season is sadly over, but this is an ideal time to celebrate the season with the 8th Annual Brussels United Theatre Technicians (BUTT) awards for the best of Brussels and Antwerp English-language theatre.

The results of the 2014-2015 Butt awards are as follows (winner followed by nominations in vaguely alphabetical order):
Continue reading

ITG: Quietly (7, 9, 17 Sept 2014)

Quietly is a powerful story of violence and forgiveness by Belfast writer Owen McCafferty
Auditions for the ITG March 2015 production will be held at the Warehouse, 73 rue Waelhem, 1030 Schaerbeek on:

  • Sunday Sept 7th at 3pm
  • Tuesday Sept 9th at 8pm
  • Wednesday Sept17th at 8pm

Jimmy and Ian are both Belfast men who have arranged to meet for the first time to talk about the events of a day in 1974 when they were both 16
Robert is the Polish barman in the Pub where they meet.

For further information please contact the director Lyn Wainwright on 0475 656 851

Green Parrot: Peter Pan (14 Sept – 8 Oct)

Green Parrot is auditioning for its 2016 performance of Peter Pan the Musical, which will be taking place at the Woluwe Cultural Centre from 17-20 March (six shows).

Auditions will be held at Ter Ijse, Stationstraat 8, 3090 Overijse (2nd floor).

Auditions are open to anyone and no preparation is necessary.

We are looking for a cast of 130 including 10 adult principals and 10 teen/child principals. There are also lots of chorus parts for both adults and children, so come along and enjoy the fun.

For further information visit the audition notice on our website

ITG: Getting to Here (17,21 Oct)

Auditions 17/10 + 21/10

Our Spring 2016 production is Getting to Here by Lisa Ní Laoire.

This is a new piece of writing for the ITG where, from very personal perspectives, we look back over some of the key events of the 100 years which separate us from Easter 1916.

Casting both a cold eye and a tender eye on Ireland…more accurately, lending an ear to the histories and herstories of how we got to where we are now.

We use the voices of Ireland to recount the personal tales which, taken together, tell us something truthful about the short but poignant history since the proclamation of the Irish Republic a century ago.

With story-telling, audio-visual flash-backs and theatre, we explore and preserve some of the more notable transitions in Irish history.

We take a look at where we are now and how we got here.


Auditions will be held:

Sat 17th October 2-5pm @ The Warehouse 
(please plan to attend for the full session)

Wed 21st October 7:30-10pm @ The Warehouse 
(please plan to attend for the full session)

Rehearsals will begin in November and will vary from one to two weekday evenings and one weekend afternoon.

The production run of Getting to Here is scheduled for 12-16 April 2016

Please send any questions you might have to


Narrator (Male/Female) 30 – 40:
Articulate, confident and charismatic. Has strong stage presence. An all-rounder.

Teacher (Male) 30 – 45:
Erratic, wild, miserable  and a touch eccentric. He can’t understand why he became a teacher, which is reflected in his every action.

Student (Female) 23 – 35:
Confident, loud and slightly disturbed. Has experienced too much, too soon without much adult nurturing and as a result has become inconsistent in her speech and defensive about everything.

Church keeper (Female) 48 – 65:
Solemn, reflective and strong willed. Well composed and unshaken by others.

Mother (Female) 55 -65:
Contrary, sarcastic and always right. She is unintentionally funny and often out of touch with anything her children or husband are saying.

Father (Male): 55-65:
Grumpy, defensive and argumentative. He is usually lost as to what is going on and ends up as the butt of every joke.

Daughter (Female): 25-35:
Solid character with a strong personality but often quiet. Has had to fight for her voice to be heard.

Son (Male): 25 – 35:
Class clown and a mammy’s boy. Though generally playful and upbeat he has a dark secret.

Politician 40 – 65 (Male):
Over the top, arrogant and sleazy. BIG personality. Always appears to be shouting when he’s talking. A smile permanently painted on his face

Beauty Queen (Female) 25 – 45:
Diverse role to play with buckets of personality. Extremely extroverted, loves to be the centre of attention.

ECC: Mrs Klein (22-26 Sept 2015)

by Nicholas Wright
Warehouse Studio Theatre, 22 – 26 September at 20:00

Melanie Klein has just lost her son in what appears to be a climbing accident. His death brings the long-standing conflict with her daughter Melitta to a sharp climax. Professional rivalries mix with visceral family resentments – and taboo-breaking psychoanalytic theories. Caught (or carefully positioned) between the warring mother-daughter pair is Paula – Melitta’s friend and Mrs Klein’s would-be protégée.

Tickets (€15) can be booked at

ATC: Death of a Salesman (7-11 Oct 2015)

Written by Arthur Miller
Directed by Glenn Vaughan

Marking the 100th anniversary of Arthur Miller’s birth, the ATC is proud to present his greatest classic, Death of a Salesman, for our October main stage.

Ever since it was first performed in 1949, Death of a Salesman has been recognized as a milestone of the American theater. In the person of Willy Loman, the aging, failing salesman who makes his living riding on a smile and a shoeshine, Arthur Miller redefined the tragic hero as a man whose dreams are at once insupportably vast and dangerously insubstantial. He has given us a figure whose name has become a symbol for a kind of majestic grandiosity—and a play that compresses epic extremes of humor and anguish, promise and loss, between the four walls of an American living room.

Bronks Theatre
Rue du Marché aux Porcs 15-17
Brussels 1000

General admission: €18
Group discount (10 or more tickets): €12

Doors will open approximately 30 minutes before the show.
Evening performances will start at 20.00
The Sunday matinee with start at 14.30

To book your tickets click here

ECC: AGM (21 Oct 2015)

21 October 2015, 8pm
The Bar Room, Rue Waelhem 73, 1030 Brussels

The AGM will be followed by a play reading session of Tom Stoppard’s The Real Inspector Hound – this promises to be a lot of fun! All are welcome to participate, or simply enjoy listening to others read this very funny play.

The committee is always keen to welcome new members, if you feel you would like to be more involved in the running of the club please let one of the committee members know, email our Chair Lyn at or just turn up on the night!

To register your intention to come to the AGM, or to ensure your regrets are recorded, please sign up via our Doodle Poll:

PLEASE NOTE: We are required by law to circulate the minutes of the previous AGM. To facilitate this we have updated the September 2015 Ecco, and you will now find the minutes of the October 2014 AGM and a Nomination Form for officers and members of the ECC Committee for 2015, attached to ECCO here: If you wish they can be printed off from this link.

ITG: Quietly (3-7 Nov 2015)

The Irish Theatre Group presents Quietly, Owen McCafferty’s powerful story about truth and forgiveness, directed by Lyn Wainright.

The action is tightly concentrated: seventy-five minutes, three characters, one act. Jimmy and Ian, two middle-aged Belfast men, are meeting tonight for the first time. They have a shared past. They need to talk.

But this is not the beginning of a beautiful friendship, more the reaching of a plateau of understanding.

The performances will take place from 3 – 7 November in the Warehouse Studio Theatre, rue Waelhem 69a, 1030 Schaerbeek, at 20.00. Tickets cost €15 and are available from

ECC: The Real Inspector Hound (5, 8, 11 Nov 2015)

AUDITIONS for cast will be  held:

Thursday 5 November 7pm
Sunday 8 November 12-1pm
Wednesday 11 November 3pm

All at: Rue des Atrebates 27, 1040 Brussels
Very close to Montgomery Metro – Contact Janet for more details

The Real Inspector Hound
Janet writes:  The Real Inspector Hound is a wonderfully funny play which I am looking forward to hamming up a bit.  I am looking for actors who have either retired from the stage or who have not yet plucked up the courage to perform – as well as some more experienced actors – by allowing the security of lines on stage if this will enhance the actors’ security.  How this will happen is secret at the moment!Subject to availability of the cast, rehearsals will be twice a week, and I would like to have at least one of those as an afternoon rehearsal, perhaps both, subject to progress (ie we might need to add a third rehearsal).Characters
Moon – M or F – any age
Birdwood – M
Mrs Drudge – F – older
Simon – M
Felicity – F – any age up to 50s
Cynthia – F – any age up to 60s
Magnus – M – older
Inspector Hound – M or F any age
Radio Voice – M or F
Body – M or F – No lines, just needs to lie still!  But this is a comedy …
Other – 6 or 7 people to act as audience.Dinner For One
Hugh writes:
  Dinner for One is a two handed sketch lasting 18 minutes involving an elderly lady being served dinner by an increasing squiffy butler. The joke’s dependent upon the old lady confusing the butler with her many lovers: the ending is mildly risqué. Its claim to fame is that German TV executives, catching sight of it live in the UK in 1963, thought it would do at a pinch for New Year’s Eve television. Since then it has unaccountably become a part of required German, Swiss, Swedish, Danish, Faroese and heaven-knows where else’s required Hogmanay viewing. Most northern Germans know it off by heart. So funny little sketch or cultural phenomenon, take your pick.If either of If these plays interests you, please come along to audition!  Janet and Hugh would be happy to hear from anyone who would like to register their interest or have further information.

Janet: 0495 94 2991 or
Hugh: 0494 33 7025 or

We are also hoping to encourage new back stage crew – so if you’ve had a secret hankering to become involved without having to perform on stage, now is your chance to let us know!  We will find you someone to help you along the way, so please don’t think you’ll just get thrown in and left to flounder.  To register your interest, please contact Janet – or just come along to the AGM.

ETC: Amour et Musique (11-14 Nov 2015)

Act 1: “AMOUR ET PIANO”, a one act farce by Georges Feydeau, performed in English, with surtitles in French. Director Hugh Dow. The play hinges on an important misunderstanding between a feisty young woman and a pushy young man, and things go downhill from there…

Act 2: “MR CHOUFLEURI RESTERA CHEZ LUI LE.. .. .. “, a one act comic opera by Jacques Offenbach, performed in French, with surtitles in English. Stage Director Anna Holmén, Music Director Elizabeth Flynn. This small gem of a piece tells the tale of a young couple caught up in her father’s ambition to put on a musical evening to show off to his friends, and what happens when it starts going wrong…

Théâtre Le Petit Varia, rue Gray 154, 1050 Ixelles.
11th-14th November 2015 at 20.00.

For more information see

Tickets €16 (€14 for 10 tickets or more): 
Tel: 0479 687 503

ECC: Dick Whittington (8-10 Jan 2016)

Following on from the successful productions of Jack & the Beanstalk in December 2013 and Aladdin in January 2015, the ECC is proud to present a brand new panto –Dick Whittington and His Magical Cat! This well-loved British tale is (very loosely!) based on the legends surrounding Richard Whittington (Lord Mayor of London from 1354-1423) and is told with humour and energy and promises to be great fun for all the family.

Dick Whittington leaves a country village with his cat, Tommy, to make his fortune in London, where the streets are paved with gold. When he arrives he finds, instead streets overrun by rats.

This launches Dick on an adventure that takes him from London to Brussels and beyond. Along the way, he meets the girl of his dreams, Alice, as well as Alderman Fitzgerald, Sarah the Cook, King Rat and many, many others, including you!

Bursting with humour, songs and magic, this show will delight young and old. Oh, yes it will!

Performances are on Friday 8 January (20:00), and Saturday and Sunday 9-10 January (13:30, 17:00), at the Auderghem Cultural Centre, Boulevard du Souverain 183, 1160 Brussels.

Tickets (€16 for adults, €12 for children) are available from

ATC: Greek/English Improv (26 Jan)

Greek/English Improv Show with Bus Kai and The Ghost Sheep
Monday, January 26, 8pm (6 euro entry)
Le Cercle des Voyageurs (‘les caves’- downstairs)
19, Rue des Grands Carmes, 1000 Brussels (50m from the Manneken Pis)

After the roaring success of our English/Italian improv show with Imprevisti Su Misura, we decided to host another bilingual show, this time, for the Greek community of Brussels! The first half of the show will be in Greek (20:00) and the second half in English (21:15).

20:00 Bus Kai αυτοσχεδιάζουν;

Οι Bus Και είναι ένας θίασος θεατρικού αυτοσχεδιασμού (improv comedy theater) με έδρα την Αθήνα. Είναι ο μοναδικός θίασος θεατρικού αυτοσχεδιασμού στην Ελλάδα με σταθερή παρουσία κάθε εβδομάδα στα θέατρα της Αθήνας.

Ο θίασος απαρτίζεται από δύο άτομα, τον Μενέλαο Πρόκο και την Βασιλική Κίσσα, εκπαιδευτές θεατρικού αυτοσχεδιασμού στην ImproVIBE. Ανεβαίνουν στη σκηνή, παίρνουν κάποια απλή πρόταση από το κοινό και δημιουργούν ένα ολοκληρωμένο θεατρικό έργο μίας πράξης εκείνη τη στιγμή. Οι δυο τους. Ναι, παίζουν όλους τους ρόλους. Ναι, δημιουργούν και τα σκηνικά επί τόπου. Όχι, δεν πρόκειται να ξαναδείς την ίδια παράσταση ποτέ ξανά. Όντως, θα γελάς μέχρι δακρύων.

Δύο ηθοποιοί. Αμέτρητοι χαρακτήρες. Ταυτόχρονα!

ITG: Getting to Here (12-16 Apr 2016)

Getting to Here by Lisa Ní Laoire
12-16 April 2016
Warehouse Studio Theatre

If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please email: tell us which nights you are available to attend and your contact phone number.

This is a new piece of writing for the ITG. We look back, from very personal perspectives, over some of the key events of the 100 years which separate us from Easter 1916 and the proclamation of the Irish Republic.

Casting both a cold eye and a tender eye on Ireland…more accurately, lending an ear to the histories and herstories of how we got to where we are now.

We use the voices of Ireland to recount the personal tales which, taken together, tell us something truthful. We take a look at where we are now and how we got here.

Box Office now OPEN (if any tickets become available through cancellation the Box office site will be immediately updated.)

BSS: Twelfth Night (20-26 June 2016)

‘Twelfth Night’ by William Shakespeare
20st-26th of June 2016
Petit Varia Theatre, 154 Rue Gray, 1050 Bxl

Twins Viola and Sebastian are separated during a shipwreck off the coast of Illyria, each believing the other to be drowned. Viola disguises herself as a man for her own safety and enters the employment of Duke Orsino, with whom she swiftly falls in love. Orsino however seeks the love of the Countess Olivia and sends Viola to advance his suit. Olivia for her part immediately falls for this interesting young ‘man’. Thus Shakespeare sets in motion the classic love triangle of one of his most enduring and popular comedies.

Meanwhile Olivia’s disreputable uncle, Sir Toby Belch, has invited his drinking companion Sir Andrew Aguecheek to pursue his own suit to Olivia. The puritanical Malvolio, Olivia’s steward, also harbours designs on his mistress and wishes to see Sir Toby and his drunken friends sent packing. Toby, with the collusion of Maria, Olivia’s gentlewoman, and Feste the fool, plots Malvolio’s downfall.

The entirely unexpected arrival of Sebastian on the scene adds to the confusion, which descends into mayhem when Olivia meets him, mistakes him for his twin, and marries him.

Play: Avenida (17-21 Nov 2015)

HartCoeur present AVENIDA: a new play by Rua Breathnach

Directed by Remi Beelprez, with Graziella Boggiano, Chris Baltus, and Rua Breathnach,

Warehouse Studio Theatre: 17 – 21 November at 8.15pm (+ Matinee on Saturday 21 at 3.15pm)

The performance runs for 90 minutes with no interval.

€12 for students and groups (7 people or more)
Reservations: or Tel. 0487 / 281 957