Last year Mike Maran revealed the secrets of Dante’s Divine Comedy with humour and wisdom. The audience was enchanted, and for non-native English speakers his diction was clear and accessible. This year he is bringing his latest Edinburgh Fringe success, John Muir: Rhapsody in Green, about the Scot who made a big impression on 19th century America where there are trails, lodges and glaciers named after him: he introduced a bill to Congress to make Yosemite a national park. 8 April 2017, Munsterhof, Strasbourg 19.30pm. Continue reading →
Tagora’s contribution to FEATS 2017 in Frankfurt will be Lunch Girls by Ron Hart. Strasbourg audiences can enjoy a preview when we stage it at the Camionneur on 4 and 5 May. More information in due course; but note the dates in your diary now!
The Alsace English-Speaking Community is once again organising a May Ball where you can dance the night away to a live band. Discounts available for early bookers. Continue reading →
Tagora friend and supporter Marcel Soulodre (aka M. Soul) brings his international Johnny Cash tribute show to Strasbourg on 25 February 2017 at the Camionneur. He’ll be introducing a special guest: Selina Kenny, well-known to Tagora regulars, who will be contributing the “voice” of June Carter, Johnny’s wife and singing-partner. Continue reading →
There are no places left for our Sunday performance of The School for Scandal. If you have not already booked, please don’t turn up hoping that we can find room. With apologies to any disappointed customers – but thanks to all those who are coming to see us!
Tickets should be available at the door for both Saturday performances. At the time of writing, however, there are very few places left for the Sunday show. Pre-booking is essential! 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 →