Tagora presents The School for Scandal from 2 to 5 February (Thursday to Sunday, five performances). Adapted and directed by Louise Palmer, this comedy by Irish author Richard Brinsley Sheridan shows that society gossip existed well before the tabloid press. Continue reading →
Thanks to Martyn Symons, the latest Tagora photo gallery is now available, showing colourful pictures from our recent production, Will-ful Mischief, which was staged at the Camionneur in November. You can see the whole collection on this page.
The Rhine Valley Irish Association presents Casement by Christabelle Peters and Bartholomew Ryan This challenging new play, presented by the Rhine Valley Irish Association and performed by scholar, musician and co-writer Dr Bartholomew Ryan, offers a unique insight into the inner life of one of history’s more complicated figures. This production is sponsored by Kelly’s Síbín (4 rue du vieux Marché au vins, Strasbourg) and benefits from the generous support of Tagora. 19.00, 2 December 2016 Munsterhof 9 rue des Juifs Strasbourg The play will Continue reading →
Inspired by Tagora’s recent show, Will-ful Mischief, the theatre club of the European Court of Human Rights is staging Hamlet at the Court, with participation not only from Tagora members but also by judges, members of the Court’s registry and other Council of Europe staff members. It’s a lunchtime event which will take place at 12.30 on 1 December 2016 in the Human Rights Building. All are welcome, but those without a badge giving access to Council of Europe buildings should contact Julia Laffranque to allow for the Continue reading →
FEATS is the Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies. It’s a competitive festival of short plays in English. Tagora is one of the participating groups; but since only twelve of the thirty or so groups in the FEATS community perform each year, we have had to wait our turn recently; our last involvement was in Luxembourg in 2014. However, next year we are invited. The festival takes place in Frankfurt from 2 to 5 June 2017. So we have to select a play before the deadline Continue reading →
“No better thing under the sun, than to eat, and to drink, and to be merry!” In honour of the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, Tagora presents a grand “Elizabethan Feast”. On the menu: mead, game, sweetmeats, dancing, singing and stage-play. The doors will open at 19.00, when guests will be offered a welcoming glass of mead before sitting down to enjoy a three-course meal, served by our team of glamorous Tudor serving maids. Entrée: pumpkin soup Main course: game meat or fish Continue reading →