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  • Pinteresque – an evening of Harold Pinter to open in November
    Enter the world of one of the great dramatic voices of the 20th century. FEST is proudly presenting for the Fall production three short plays by Harold Pinter: A Slight Ache, Landscape and Victoria Station and the monologue Special Offer. The performances will be showed at Kulturhaus Frankfurt on 19-21 and 26-28 November 2021 (Friday […]
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  • Tickets on Sale for “An Evening of Original One-Woman Shows”
    Lovesick Opening the evening will be FEST actress Laurie Gaertner, performing her original monologue Lovesick. “But I was sixteen. Don’t believe a guy if he tells you ‘you’re the most beautiful girl he’s ever seen.’  It’s always that damn pink dress…! A lonely bus stop at night, and a ruined night. A girl finds herself […]
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  • Audition Call “An Evening of Pinter”
    FEST is holding auditions via Zoom for the role of Duff in our upcoming production of “An Evening of Pinter”. The other roles have been cast and rehearsals will begin soon. Character of “Duff” in Landscape: Male, must pass for minimum of 45 The text requires that “Duff refers normally to Beth but does not […]
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  • Next FEST Members’ Forum Coming Up
    The next FEST Members’ Forum will be held on the evening of Thursday, 22nd July 2021, at 19:30. A Zoom invitation will go out to members a week or two in advance. The Forum offers FEST members the opportunity to participate in the decision processes and make proposals on activities and theatre related topics of […]
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  • Recap Virtual FEATS 2021
    FEATS 2021 was planned to take place in Brussels, hosted by ECC. Of course, due to the Covid-19 restrictions across Europe, ECC, after conferring with the FEATS Steering Committee, decided it would be best to cancel the normal in person FEATS event. Instead of completely shutting down however, ECC come up with a weekend program […]
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  • Preliminary Information on FEATS 2022
    In May 2022, the New World Theatre Club of Luxembourg (NWTC) will be hosting FEATS. The festival will take place from 26 –29 May 2022 at Mierscher Kulturhaus in Mersch, Luxembourg. The festival will not only return to holding live performances but offer a set of renewals. For the first time, FEATS will be offering […]
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  • Virtual FEATS 2021
    FEATS 2021 was planned to take place in Brussels, hosted by the English Comedy Club (ECC). Due to the Covid-19 restrictions across Europe, ECC and the FEATS Steering Committee decided it would be best to cancel the normal in person FEATS event. The virtual FEATS will take place fron 14-16 May, from 19:15. The FEATS […]
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  • First FEST Members’ Forum Conducted
    The FEST Members’ Forum is a new series of regular meetings designed to give all FEST members the chance to participate in the decision processes of the society, make suggestions, comment on proposals etc. This is especially of importance given that the committee for 2021 only has two members. Tthe more FEST members we can […]
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  • Introducing the FEST Patron Membership
    FEST is introducing the Patron Member status. Become a Patron for an annual contribution of just €75 (individual membership is already included in this price). Patron Members enjoy the following benefits: 20% discount on tickets to FEST show 2 free drinks with each paid ticket to FEST shows Your name is permanently listed on our […]
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  • Annual General Meeting and New Committee 2021
    The FEST Annual General Meeting was conducted this year via email and internet-based voting as a meeting in person was not feasible due to the government restrictions about Covid-19. As a legally registered, non-profit association, FEST is required to conduct an Annual General Meeting in accordance with the FEST Constitution. All FEST members were entitled […]
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  • FEST wishes you a very healthy and happy holiday season!
    To say its been a challenging year would be an understatement.  The impact of Covid has been far reaching, and has caused devastation beyond measure for families, friends, the global economy, and the Arts.  It seems like ages ago since we were sitting in well-filled theatres and bustling around back stage with large casts and […]
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