ETCetera presents our next production: Grim Tales

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ETCetera (Becket, Don Juan and the Stone Guest, Mr Choufleury etc) presents an evening of two short plays loosely based on the Grimm brothers’ well known tales:

Etre le Loup – a comic and somewhat violent tale about some sheep and a wolf, in French, based on an original play by Bettina Wegenast, with surtitles in English.
It is announced in the sheep community that the wolf is dead. The job is therefore vacant. One of the sheep applies for the job…
Directed by Christine Marchand

Snow – an updating of 3 episodes in the life of Snow White, in English, German and Spanish, with surtitles in French or English; based on a text by J L Williams originally written for opera.
A darker look at the early life of Snow White and her family; the life and death of the 7 Dwarfs, and a coffin-obsessed Prince.
Directed by Diana Cardona Gomez

(This show is not recommended for young children.)

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Practical details

The performances take place in Le Foyer, the upstairs theatre at the Centre Culturel d’Auderghem, at Boulevard du Souverain 183, 1160 Brussels. There are 5 performances between 24th and 28th October 2017 at 20.00 every evening.

Please if possible use email when reserving with ETCetera. You can also book directly on the form below/on the next page. Places should be pre-booked and pre-paid to avoid disappointment; there are no paper tickets, your booking will feature on a list at the desk at the theatre.

Performances:

  • 20.00 – Tuesday 24th to Saturday 28th October

Tickets:

  • 1-5 places: 16 € each
  • 6-10 places: 14 € each
  • 11+ places: 12 € each

tickets.etcetera@gmail.com phone: 0473 715 383

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Getting there

Public transport:

  • Metro to Hermann Debroux, then tram 94 along Boulevard du Souverain to Carrefour Shopping Centre, then 3 mins walk
  • Bus 34 and 49

Coming by car:

The theatre has its own carpark behind the theatre, rue Idiers 14. Parking is also often available in the middle of Boulevard du Souverain opposite the theatre, and in the streets around the theatre.