May your days be merry | December Newsletter

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…

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…

Bad and good news | November Newsletter

BAD and GOOD NEWS.. COVID is still with us. At the moment we are faced with the closure of all theatres for a fortnight, so it is very silent once again… However, if all goes well (and let’s try to get this sorted all together) we are going to present SONS of ABRAHAM with Sahand Sahebdivani and Raphael…

Coronavirus update

STET NEWS in Corona times The Hague, 6 April 2020 Due to the COVID-19 virus we have been obliged to cancel all our shows until June 1st. It is with great sadness that we have had to stop our programme, featuring: March: Games by Henry Naylor April: Louder is Not Always Clearer with Jonny Cotsen…

Promoting the English Theatre

Promoting the English Theatre Miel van Teijlingen (programmer at Het Nationale Theater) talks with ArtTalks Magazin about STET’s role. The importance of promoting English-speaking theatre lies in the need to allow a wider audience to enjoy theatre. STET makes the art of theatre more accessible for the multicultural and colourful community living in The Hague. (click here to hear the podcast)

STET Education goes international again!

STET Education goes International STET Education travels to Spain to take part in the ESYT Seminar with European Theatre Education Partners, supported be Erasmus+ Key Action 1 Dates of seminar: 14 – 21 October 2018. Our team is really looking forward to this excellent opportunity to reflect, share and learn from international partners. Click here for the…