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When and where is FEATS 2010? Who's there?

WHEN: 13-16 May 2010. The curtain goes up at 7:30pm every evening. Please leave ample time to park your car and collect your tickets, maybe even to enjoy a drink at the bar. We are expecting hundreds of people each night, so please come early to avoid the queues!

Please note: this is NOT the usual Whitsun weekend when FEATS is held but one week earlier and from Thursday to Sunday.

WHERE: Kurtheater, Bad Homburg, Germany. A limited amount of parking is available underneath the Kurhaus complex but this fills up quickly! Busses stop close to the theatre and may be a much more convenient way of enjoying the evening.

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WHO: The participating theatre groups in order of performance are:

Thursday, 13th May
- Tagora, Strasbourg - Late Entry by David Tristram
- Entity Theatre, München - The Exception & The Rule by Bertolt Brecht
- ESOC Theatre Group, Darmstadt - White Liars by Peter Shaffer

Friday, 14th May
- British & American Theatrical Society Antwerp (BATS) -
  Oh, My God! by Daniel Sossi *
- New English American Theatre, Stuttgart (NEAT) - Act 1 'Homelife' from
   At Home At The Zoo by Edward Albee
- English Comedy Club, Brussels (ECC) - The Red Death by Stephen Challens *

Saturday, 15th May
- New World Theatre Club, Luxembourg (NWTC) -
  The Old Neighborhood - Jolly by David Mamet
- Irish Theatre Group, Brussels (ITG) - Come On Over by Conor McPherson
- InPlayers International Drama Group, Amsterdam -
  In Yonder Green Glen by Svarupa *

Sunday, 16th May
- Theater De WAANzin, Ghent - Sister Of by Lot Vekemans *
- Combined Amateur Theatrical Society Rheindalen - Wedding Day by John F. Glen
- Geneva English Drama Society (GEDS) - Shakers Restirred by John Godber

* denotes an original script - see Rules


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