Future vision

With the extension of the national lockdown we find ourselves looking further into the future. We are sad to have had to cancel Miss Ophelia and postpone many of our other plans for this season but we continue to believe this will pass.
That being said, even if we don’t have fixed dates, we do have some fantastic events planned as soon as we get the governmental greenlight.

For updates and new links keep an eye on our facebooktwitter, and instagram

Paper Puppetry Workshop

28 March 13:00 -14:00 + 14:30 – 15:30
(5-9 years)

We have new dates for the paper puppetry workshop! Kids will get to create their own heroes to take on an adventure using only their imaginations and some old newspaper. Let their imaginations take them on a journey! Tickets will go on sale next week.

STET No Limits: a Symposium

STET is looking to organise a disabled-led symposium to discuss the importance of giving disabled performers a platform. Though this is going to be aimed more at professionals within the industry, it will also be livestreamed and will likely be a valuable experience for anyone interested in diversity in theatre.

Looking for streams?

Are you finding yourself looking for theatre to support?  The Old Vic in London puts out a new filmed show every couple of weeks! Dutch Culture is also a good place to keep an eye on with a stream on Thursday about artists in the times of Covid-19 and a celebration of cultural collaboration in Indonesia later this month.
We are always on the lookout for things to support so keep an eye on our social media for more links.