Following on from our enjoyable production of The Bear in FEATS last year, we are holding a reading of another short play by Chekhov. In The Anniversary (also known in English as The Jubilee), the plans to celebrate the anniversary of a bank meet with unexpected obstacles. Cast: two men, two women and some supporting roles. All are welcome, either to join in or just listen. See the calendar on the right for time and place.
David-Michel Muller’s photos taken at the dress rehearsal of Oh, What a Lovely War! (11 April 2012) are now available to view or download in the photo archive. Also: “vintage” pictures by Martyn Symons and more,
For a reason beyond our control, the phone number printed in the Cube noir programme for Oh, What a Lovely War! bookings – and reproduced in the “Strasbourg … Sooo British” programme and maybe elsewhere – is wrong. Not just by one digit: it’s a completely wrong number, and we can only apologise to those who are inconvenienced. Advance bookings are available only through this Web site. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door; if we sell out, we shall announce it here.
It’s time to blow the cobwebs out of your wallets and purses and pay your Amicale subscription. Tagora functions as a section of the Council of Europe’s staff association, the Amicale. All active Tagorans (participants and helpers in our productions) should become members and pay the subscription of €20, which is now due. In addition to events organised by the Amicale and its different sections, the benefits of being a member include a certain number of commercial offers; and the Amicale carries an insurance policy Continue reading →
The user database has successfully been transferred from the old Web site to the new, meaning we shall be able to continue sending out our occasional “what’s on” notices. However, it has not been possible to recover the passwords, since those are hidden even from site administrators. Everyone, therefore, has been re-registered with an automatically generated password that bears no resemblance to the one they had chosen (nor, indeed, to any known language). It would have been possible to send out these passwords on an Continue reading →
Preparations are well under way for Oh, What a Lovely War!, our spring production scheduled for 12 to 15 April. With an on-stage cast approaching fifty people, the rehearsal space is a bit cramped, but we are soldiering on – an appropriate term in the context. There’s more about the play here; and further details will be added very shortly. This production is now over. You can see photos here.