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ongoing: Casting call by Tara Donnell  - contact casting(at)taradonnell(dot)com

 

For listings of other anglophone theatre being put on around Europe by FEATS groups please visit www.feats2017.com

Also see for listings of Altrimenti see www.altrimenti.lu

 

Anglophone  treats in the pipeline… 

 

                                                                                                  APRIL

 

11 April at 19.30                                                                Cafe Villon

As in January, we will have 3 pieces each lasting circa 30 minutes followed by open discussion.  Details of the pieces will be sent out next week.  

19.30 at the Foyer Europeen, 12 rue Heinrich Heine, L-1720 Luxembourg-Gare (Salle Adenauer).  If you plan to come please tell Rose  (rflammant(at)gmail(dot)com) by noon on Tuesday 10 April.  If you have any questions please contact Valerie Scott by email (valerie.scott.lu@gmail.com ) or call  her mobile  621 249 376

 

 

 18-19, 21, 24-26 April                                      Sex, Dregs and Licorice Allsorts

 Two Shoes Theatre Company presents  2 short plays to intrigue, entertain and blow your socks off: I Licked a Slag’s Deodorant by Jim Cartwright and Playing Sandwiches by Alan Bennett.  Café Rocas upstairs (Place des Bains, Luxembourg) Contact John Brigg (jbrigg(at)pt(dot)lu) for further information and/or if you would like to help backstage. Warning: Adult content. Explicit and provocative language

 

24-26 April.                                                                 Picnic at Hanging Rock

BGT perform at the Centre Culturel, Neiminster, Salle Robert Krieps, Luxembourg. for three shows. See www.bgt.lu for details.

 

Fri 27 & Sat 28 April                                                   Tom Crean - Antarctic Explorer

Aidan Dooley brings the true stories of Antarctic explorer, Tom Crean, to life. Presented by the Irish Club of Luxembourg (ICL) and the Luxembourg branch of Comhaltas Ceolteoiri Eirean, the show will be performed at the Centre Culturel Altrimenti (5 Avenue Marie-Therese, Luxembourg-ville). Tickets -  www.luxembourg-ticket.lu

 

Sat 28 & Sun 29 April                              Workshop - Afropean polyphonic singing

Forming a connection between the western and African worlds, Anita Daulne offers us a completely different approach to singing. Anita Daulne leads her students deep within their natural being to discover new colours, lights, shades and feelings. The singing workshop with Anita will be lighthearted with a great balance of singing, exercice and laughter!  The workshop will take place at Tuntange, Luxembourg (10.30 – 13.00 and 14.30 – 17.00 both days).  For more information write to lumaluma(at)pt(dot)lu  (Lex Gillen)

 

                                                                                                   MAY/JUNE

 

date tbc                                                                             Auditions - The Seagull

Auditions  for  "The Seagull" by Anton Chekhov. Audition dates to be confirmed. Directed by John Brigg, The Seagull will be performed in the Kulturhaus, Mersch 27 February -3 March 2019.  The workshop audition will last approximately 3 hours.  Anyone who would like further information can contact jbrigg(at)pt(dot)lu

 10 May                                                                                 NT Live: Macbeth

NT live season continues with a screening of Macbeth - Cinema Utopia 20.00h

 

Fri 18 – Mon 21 May                                                                     FEATS

This year’s annual Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies will be hosted by BATS and takes place in the Fakkel Theatre, Antwerp. Twelve groups will perform during the main festival and there are additional performances during the Fringe. For more information please see http://feats2018.batsantwerp.be

 

May 30 & 31, June 1,2,4,5 & 6                                               The Guys

 

Actors Repertory Theatre Luxembourg presents The Guys, by Anne Nelson at Bamhaus: 18A / 18D rue de la Cimenterie, L-1337 Luxembourg-Dommeldange (Old ArcelorMittal site). Evening shows at 8pm, with an additional matinée at 3pm on June 2nd. Tickets 20 € (Students 10 €). ActorsRep(dot)tickets(at)gmail(dot)com or (+352)   35 63 39. Based on a true story, The Guys is a moving account of a journalist helping a New York City firehouse Captain memorialise and honour the men he lost on September 11th, 2001, in the attacks on the World Trade Center. With Christine Probst and Peter Zazzali, directed by Erik Abbott.

 

 

 2 June                                                      Theatre Makeup workshop (intermediate)

A second afternoon (14.00-17.00) of theatre makeup workshop is offered by LEAPA but for intermediate level. Register with info(at)leapa(dot)eu, it  will be held at Foyer Européen, 12 Rue Heinrich Heine, Luxembourg-Gare

 

Date tbc:                                                          Mask and clown workshop                               

 

Actors Rep is planning to offer a Neutral Mask and Clown workshop with Carine Montbertrand, New York and Paris based actress, performer, performance teacher in June. Details to be confirmed. To learn more about Carine, please visit her website: www.carinemontbertrand.com

 

                                                                                               JULY

 

 21-29 July                                                              LEATSS Summer School

The LEATSS Summer School opens its doors again at the end of July. This year’s tutors include Graeme Du Fresne, Peta Lily, Freddie Machin and Simon Naylor.   See www.leatss.lu or contact John Brigg (jbrigg(at)pt(dot)lu) for further information.

 

                                                                                           OCTOBER

 19 October                                                 NWTC’s 50th Anniversary Dinner

Come and help us celebrate!   Dinner will be held at Hotel Parc Alvisse - watch this space!

 

    NOVEMBER


7-11 November                                                    Young Frankenstein - the musical comedy

Pirate Productions performs "Young Frankenstein" at Kinneksbond, Mamer. see www.pirateproductions.lu for further information

 

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