Our upcoming production

“Much ado about Will!” is a musical entertainment created by members of Tagora and centred on the life and works of William Shakespeare. It will be performed at the Cube Noir, Koenigshoffen from 27 November to 5 December 2021. Tickets will go on sale from the beginning of October.

The History Boys Part 2

Join us on 20 June at 11am. If you would like to read or just listen please contact us at online@taora.eu telling us if you would like to read and we will get back to you with a script of part 2 and a zoom invitation to join us. Part 1 – the play so far…. At a boys’ grammar school in the north of England in the late 1980s, eight boys return to school for an extra term to prepare for their Oxbridge entrance Continue reading →

Broadway Theater Summer Camp

If you have children between 11 and 18 years old who like singing, dancing and acting then they will love Broadway Theater International Summer Camp from 18 to 24 July where they will spend a week in the Vosges preparing a famous musical. Each day is filled by participating in workshops run by professional artists while the evenings are full of fun and games organized by our camp counselors. Accommodation is provided in Les Genévriers and on the final day family and friends are invited Continue reading →

FEATS 2021: live online from Brussels

FEATS, the Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies, was due to be held in Brussels this year. Alas, like so many other events, it has had to be cancelled. But this year’s organisers, the English Comedy Club, refused to give up entirely. So for the first time FEATS will be a non-competitive, online “fringe” festival. There will be filmed productions from more than twenty theatre groups from different European countries. It takes place from 14 to 16 May 2021 on a screen near you. There Continue reading →

Online reading: “The History Boys” by Alan Bennett

Nothing could diminish the incendiary achievement of this subtle, deep-wrought and immensely funny play about the value and meaning of education … in short, a superb, life-enhancing play. Michael Billington, The Guardian, 19 May 2004 An unruly bunch of bright, funny sixth-form boys in pursuit of sex, sport and a place at university. A maverick English teacher at odds with the young and shrewd supply teacher. A headmaster obsessed with results; a history teacher who thinks he’s a fool. In Alan Bennett’s play, staff-room rivalry Continue reading →