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Autumn Theatrical treats!
|Posted by Valerie Scott (vs23) on Sep 25 2016|
There are lots of anglophone theatrical treats coming up in the next few weeks!
NWTC has already had a busy month with The Pillowman rehearsals ongoing in readiness for October’s show, the launch of the 2016-7 Youth Group (which will work on the Hobbit) and attending two school fairs to share information, there is still more to come…
The Pillowman (5-9 October 2016)
A must see! Tickets are on sale for the New World Theatre Club’s co-production with the Mersch Kulturhaus of Martin McDonagh’s darkly comic masterpiece, The Pillowman. Captivating, disturbing and blackly funny, The Pillowman is directed by Gav Guilfoyle, assisted by John Brigg. Performances will be held at the Kulturhaus in Mersch on October 5, 6, 7, 8 at 8 pm, and October 9 at 5 pm. Tickets : www.luxembourgticket.lu or Kulturhaus Mersch (26 32 43 1) (suitable for ages 16 upwards).
Go on! You know you want to! Come and join in the fun during “Old Wine in new skins: comedy and its historic and contemporary roots”, which will be run by director, actor, performer and teacher extraordinaire, Mitch Mitchelson. Laughter will be the name of the day. This comic workshop, thoughtful in content, will see Mitch guide us through:
· the way Greek and Roman comedy found itself a home in Commedia.
· Comedic routines found in Buster Keaton and “Only Fools and Horses”,
· How a gag can appear in a Theatre de Complicite routine, a commedia lazzi and in 'A Midsummer's Night Dream ' at the Globe
· how a 16th century commedia entrance can also appear in an episode of 'Friends' and
· how the Python ministry of funny walks can have resonance with Peter Handke and his provocative theatre.
Location – Beggen Cultural Centre, Luxembourg. Duration – 10.00-16.00 with one hour break for lunch. Open to all aged 16+. Non members – EUR 60/members EUR 50/ students – EUR 30. Contact Rose@nwtc.lu to book/ more details. All welcome – join in the fun!
Writers gather and continue their quest to explore and enjoy creative writing. All welcome – come along to Cafe Litteraire in Dommeldange at 19.30 on 29 September. For further information please contact Rod McCall (Rod@nwtc.lu) and/or Cecile Somers (Cecile@nwtc.lu)
Launch of the youth SHOUT OUT! Refugee project (1 October 2016)
NWTC, together with the support of OLAI and Altrimenti, is delighted to be launching a project dedicated to integration through theatre for teenage refugees together with NWTC youth group. The ten weeks of theatre workshops will focus on corporal expression. Conducted primarily in English, support will be in French. For more information contact Chair@nwtc.lu.
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