Anglo American Theatre Group
Brussels Shakespeare Society
The Chameleons - Creative Workshop
The English Comedy Club - FEATS
Jugendmusek Shëffleng - Lycée Michel Lucius Drama Club
Musical Fans of Schutrange - New World Theatre Club
NWTC Youth Group - Pirate Productions
The Round Tower Players - Spuni
Two Shades of Blue - Voices International
The Waldorf School - Other Stuff
The Hague, The Netherlands.
Since it's inception more than 30 years ago, the Brussels Shakespeare Society have staged all of Shakespeare’s comedies, several of the Tragedies and many of the Histories. In addition they have ventured into Greek Tragedy, Restoration comedy, Beckett, Lorca, Fry, Stoppard and a modern version of the Mystery Plays.
Kenton, North London, United Kingdom.
They were formed in 1966 by Joan Munday and Jim Snell, and for our first few years they were known as The Neasden Methodist Church Drama Society.
They began with three plays in 1967: A Public Mischief, Triple Bill and Love’s A Luxury. In 1971 came our first foray into the world of pantomime, and they have performed two plays and a pantomime every year since.
Members have come and gone over the years and their performance venues have changed. They have performed pantomimes at Claremont High School (Kenton) and the Brent Town Hall to audiences of over 2,000, and they have performed their plays at The Kingsland Hall United Reform Church (Wembley), The Travellers’ Studio (Hatch End) and recently at Glaxo Smithkline (Greenford).
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Get creative, visit the workshop.
CW were keen to provide support for all types of creative endeavours, including theatre, art, poetry, film, music and many others.
Unfortunately, this club is now defunct, but it was fun while it lasted.
The ECC was originally formed as The English Comedy Club in 1909 as an amateur society dedicated to performing English language theatre for the expatriate community in Brussels. It is the oldest established English language theatre company on mainland Europe. The club is based in “The Warehouse”, a complex of buildings in the Schaerbeek area of the city which it co-owns with the ATC and ITG. The buildings include rehearsal rooms, a set building workshop, store rooms containing their extensive collection of props, furniture, costumes and set building materials, and a small but well equipped Studio Theatre with a capacity of 65.
The club performs a number of full length theatrical productions each year as well as many other events. The membership currently stands at a little over a hundred people from all walks of life, and indeed of all nationalities, and with a variety of interests from the actors and actresses to the set designers and builders, lighting and sound engineers, right through those who perform the less lauded but equally vital roles such as staffing the bar or organising ticket sales.
Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies.
12 plays in 4 days. European Theatre Festival.
Four days of competition among English-speaking amateur theatrical groups from all over Europe.
NWTC is open to anybody with an interest in theatre. From Becket to the Bard and anywhere in between, there will be something for everyone. The NWTC aims to promote all forms of English language theatre in Luxembourg. That said, you don't need to be a native English speaker to join as this club is open to all nationalities.
This group started in 2007 with just eleven members. Over the years it has grown, the last few years has consistently had around 25 members and exceptionally one year having 50. It is a core part of NWTC's activities. Participants come from a wide-range of backgrounds in terms of age (10-18) and nationalites (at the last count there were some 15 nationalities represented). It is unique in that it brings together participants from the different school systems in Luxembourg. All share a passion for theatre and acting. Although members can often speak more than one language, participants must be able to speak and work in English.
The musical theatre specialists in Luxembourg.
Pirates are open to people of any age, nationality and level of experience in the theatre (including none). English does not need to be your mother tongue for you to join.
Pirate Productions produce one or two shows a year on average, depending on the availability of directors with inspiration and the cast and crew to support them. The club had its roots in Gilbert and Sullivan, which they have not completely abandoned, but right from its earliest days over 30 years ago the repertoire has extended to many different kinds of musical theatre.
Oxford & Cambridge, United Kingdom
Two Shades of Blue is a theatre company that delights in bringing works of light entertainment to audiences that want their theatre to be fun.
They formed in 2003 from members of the Cambridge and Oxford Light Entertainment Societies, two venerable theatre groups whose alumni include Sandi Toksvig, Graeme Garden, HRH The Prince Edward and John Cleese.
They produce popular plays in the Light Entertainment tradition, and provide entertainment for all age ranges.
Since their first production, “The Three Musketeers” was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, they have been to the fringe with a variety of different productions, including sell-out shows in 2007 and 2008, and 2010. Critical success is often close behind, with positive reviews from, amongst others, The Scotsman.
They also performed Luxembourg’s only family pantomime, in 2010 and again in 2014, 2015 and 2018 which played to sell-out, happy, audiences.
Voices International is a body of people of all levels of musical training and knowledge who love to sing together and perform for live audiences.
Voices International perform two seasons of concerts each year, the first in late May and June and the second in December.
Voices International is also available to sing at weddings, christenings and other events upon request. If you would like Voices International to sing at your event please contact them for further details. You may also wish to consult their repertoire and listen to some samples of their work.