After “Above Zero,” Ossama Halal has transposed a Hans Christian Andersen tale in a Studio TN original production in which a mother follows a spiritual quest when Death takes her child.
As a political and cultural event, it offers films, debates and talks, concerts, theater and exhibitions from 18 to 27 October 2018.
With a multitude of feminist inspirations, the Marthe Collective revisits the myth of the witch and denounces the domination applied to women’s bodies.
Projected images, scale models, live music, electronic gizmos: an indefinable and joyful cocktail to probe the great questions of the Western World.
The Odyssey reinterpretated through an unusual take on set design: Odysseus’ and Penelope’s worlds intersect on stage with stories of exile and migration.
In adapting Gorky’s play, a portrait of fifteen street people tossed together in a night shelter, Raven Ruëll exposes human misery at its rawest.
Justine Lequette offers us a multi-facetted work, between a documentary and a piece of theatre, which raises questions about the meaning of life, work and happiness.
A hit with the public and the critics, Fabrice Murgia’s The Ogres’ Grief explores the discontent of a generation and addresses itself to the spectator’s inner child.
Discover shows for young audience in a number of theatres and other partner venues in the heart of Brussels and during the Christmas holidays.
In this Studio TN original production Christophe Sermet directs Tom Lanoye’s text which feminizes Shakespeare’s King Lear and puts her into the world of high finance.
Continuing with his work on Aeschylus’ plays, Olivier Py premieres a trilogy with strong characters: a prisoner, a chaplain, a banker…
Jan Lauwers trusts the peerless Viviane De Muynck with the narration of this adaptation of the novel by Stefan Hertmans about his grandfather.
The Lithuanian director Oskaras Koršunovas stages Brecht’s farce to highlight the bitterness and hypocrisy of a society falling into tatters.
Working closely with puppeteer Michael Pietsch, Jan-Christof Gockel tells us the life story of the Brothers Grimm in a captivating, magical spectacle.
Exploring their family histories, Hervé Guerrisi and Grégory Carnoli ask us to question the theses of identity and origins, in the light of science.
Josse de Pauw, opera singer Claron McFadden, and pianist Kris Defoort stand up for human beings in a musical and theatrical speech for the defence based on an essay by writer Arnon Grunberg.
Séverine Chavrier, in the form of a road movie, brings us the tragic and all devouring passion of the feverish Faulkner novel.
To support Ali Aarrass – a Moroccan Belgian imprisoned arbitrarily in Morocco – a group of women get together to express their resistance musically.