Japanese Theatre

NOH – Japanese Traditional Theatre You are welcome to come and meet Taichiro NOMURA who is an actor of  Japanese traditional Kyogen theatre and a direct descendant of a NOH farce family with a 500 year tradition. Tagora has invited him to an evening of cultural theatrical exchange on Thursday 16 May at 6pm in the rehearsal room to which all are welcome. If you do not have a badge to enter the council building please contact davidadamson@kastor.net

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 →

Thanks for your support

During our successful run of Alice in Brexitland Tagora asked for donations towards a fund set up to support the families of victims of the violent attacks in Strasbourg during the Christmas market last year. We are pleased to say that thanks to your generosity we have been able to make a sizeable contribution to the cause. Your donations raised €340, to which we were able to add €565 from box-office receipts and €95 from the bar takings, making a total of €1000. Thank you, on behalf of 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 →