Illyria

Illyria was created in 1991, and ever since has delighted audiences the length and breadth of the UK, and in the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, France, the United States and Canada. It’s swift, it’s polished and it’s spoken beautifully (uniquely among open-air touring theatre companies Illyria’s artistic director has published articles on verse-speaking) – and scholars…

New patron

STET’s New Patron We are delighted to announce that Her Excellency the Ambassador of the United Kingdom, The Honourable Joanna Roper CMG, will serve as patron to STET. We look forward to welcoming her to The Hague and an in person performance as soon as we can.

On and offline

5-7 March New play ZERO  I On and Offline STET does not succumb to Corona nor lockdowns, we continue with what we are good at, presenting international theatre to you, our audience. We are thrilled to announce a new work, ZERO by Iranian director Arvand Dashtaray. It will be presented both in a livestream and live in the Koninklijke…

Future vision

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,…

May your days be merry

May your days be merry The festive period may not have gone exactly as we expected but in our own way we managed to make it a memorable one. Thanks to everyone who managed to make it possible. The STET team is going on a well deserved break for Christmas and will be back officially…

Auld Lang Syne

Auld Lang Syne The performances of A Christmas Carol have sold out like hot cakes and we look forward to seeing so many of you there. We are also pleased to announce that the 20:15 show on the 20th will be the first STET show to have sign language interpretation (NGT). The remaining tickets for that…

Het Zwarte Schaap

Het Zwarte Schaap (HZS) presents evenings devoted to spoken word and poetry in The Hague. The aim is to give (semi) professional poets a stage in The Hague. This initiative was created to add value to the culture of The Hague by expanding the word art scene. In addition, poetry and spoken word meetings in…

Robin Steegman

Robin Steegman trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. With Dutch and Turkish roots and a classical British training, she is a truly international and multi-faceted performer and theatre maker. She co-founded her own theatre “The Nursery” in London in 2010, creating a theatre in a caravan with which she toured European festivals, including Vault…

Arvand Dashtaray

Arvand Dashtaray is a well-known Iranian theatre professional who has influenced the development of independent theatre in Iran. In 2002 he established Virgule TC and built his own theatre, the Hafez theatre, which is now one of the most vibrant theatres in Teheran. In his most recent work issues like identity, cultural diversity and migration…

Settling in for winter…

Settling in for winter… Days are getting shorter and temperature is dropping but live theatre is open again! The past weekend saw 4 successful performances of Sons of Abraham along with a great Spotlight talk and workshop. Getting back to normal may still be a ways away but with A Christmas Carol returning to the…