Tickets now on sale for “Much Ado about Will”

Much ado indeed; few writers have caused as much ado as William Shakespeare. Across languages, cultures and diverging ideologies he provokes a universal passion. But who was he – or she? Centuries of research and often far-fetched speculations lead only to this: you can only know him – really know him – through his work or in the imagination of the reader or the play-goer. His essence has survived an infinite variety of interpretations and yet remains a fixed star in the constellation of world literature Continue reading →

Brecht in Bisch’

FRIDAY 12 APRIL AT 20.00 SATURDAY 13 APRIL AT 20.00 SUNDAY 14 APRIL AT 17.00 BOOK NOW Salle du Cercle, 2b rue de l’Eglise, 67800 Bischheim A celebration of one of the 20th century’s great European writers – tendentious, funny and even frightening. A multilingual evening with plays in English, poems and songs in French, German and English in an atmosphere inspired by the cabaret culture of 1930s Berlin, we present songs, poems and two short plays that carry us from the times of British Continue reading →

“Absolutely hilarious and the audience will scream.”

A genuine comment from someone unconnected with Tagora who saw Alice in Brexitland in its final dress rehearsal before the move into the theatre this week. No wonder performances are selling out! Book now Cube noir, Koenigshoffen Thursday 31 January 2019 at 20.30 Friday 1 February 2019 at 20.30 Saturday 2 February 2019 at 17.00 and 20.30 Sunday 3 February 2019 at 17.00 – sold out Tuesday 5 February 2019 at 20.30   Eight o’clock on 24 June 2016, in a retirement care home somewhere Continue reading →

Coming up …

… our major production, a Terence Rattigan double-bill, at the end of May. And if you are looking for some theatrical entertainment before then, keep your eye on our “Asides” programme, featuring works by Ionesco, Ayckbourn and N.F. Simpson. Continue reading →

“Grandfather”: a play by Maimu Berg

Court in the Act and Tagora present Grandfather A play by Maimu Berg marking the centenary of the Republic of Estonia directed by David Adamson Thursday, 8 February 2018, at 13.00 in the small drum of the European Court of Human Rights Grandfather (“Vanaisa”) is a play written by the distinguished Estonian author Maimu Berg to celebrate the centenary of the Republic of Estonia, and created especially for Court in the Act (the theatre club of the European Court of Human Rights) and Tagora. The Continue reading →