The 2011-2012 Season

BSS: With Tears… (3 Sept 2011)

‘With Tears Thou Keep’st Me Blind’


A voyage of love and passion through readings from the works of

William Shakespeare

Accompanied by songs of the period

Performed by members of The Brussels Shakespeare Society


To be followed by an optional buffet supper

Corroy-le-Château, near Gembloux

Saturday 3 September 2011 at 19.30

Tickets: 10 €

Reservations: Please send an e-mail to boxoffice@shaksoc.com stating your name, a contact telephone number and the quantity of tickets required.

Buffet tickets:  20 €


Buffet Reservations: please send an e-mail to hamal.trazegnies@skynet.be stating your name, a contact telephone number and the number of

buffet tickets required.

This event will be held inside the castle and therefore space is limited to 100 places.  Book early to avoid disappointment!  Please note that tickets paid at the latest five days before the event will entitle you to a numbered seat.

For further details on the castle and its location go to:



The AGM of the American Theatre Company will take place on 7th September at 7pm at the Warehouse. All are welcome to attend.
The Agenda will be:
1. Approval of minutes of previous meeting
2. Review of Season 2010-2011
3. Financial Review
4. Election of New Board
Preview of Season 2011-2012

ECC: Two (20-24 Sept 2011)

Two by Jim Cartwright 20-24 September 2011
The Warehouse Studio Theatre

The English Comedy Club opens its 2011-2012 season from 20-24 September 2011 with Two, a black comedy by English playwright Jim Cartwright. It will visit The Place in Bedford on 31 September and 1 October.
Two is Cartwright’s second play and won the 1990 Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Best New Play. It followed on from his earlier success, Road, and like that play deals with the gritty reality of northern working-class life in the 1980s.
The play focuses on the landlady, landlord and regulars of a pub in a Northern English town as they struggle to cope with the difficulties that life has thrown at them. All the parts are played by Ruth England (Oscar and the Lady in Pink, Mary Stuart, Moving Susan and FEATS best actress award recipient for Orca the Goldfish) and Rory Harvey-Kelly (ATC Café Theatre 2011). It is directed by Conrad Toft. 



Ruth England


Rory Harvey-Kelly




Conrad Toft


Philip Deeks


Sue Botterell

Stage Manager

Martin Kirk


Alice Perry


Carsten Koester


Iona Hamilton


Martin Kirk

Bar manager