Featuring work from Tiago Rodrigues (Portugal), Fredrik Brattberg (Norway), Martin Baltscheit (Germany), Peer Wittenbols (Netherlands), Saviana Stanescu (Romania) and Holger Schober (Austria) confirmed, as well as a guest production of Titus and work by Young Angels Award finalists Action To The Word and Hal Chambers & Zoe Squire.
Theatre Cafe Festival Oslo took place from the 25th to 27th April 2014, at the Cafeteatret / Nordic Black Theatre in Hollendergata 8.
Theatre Café Berlin takes place at GRIPS Theater, Altonaer Straße 22, 10557 Berlin, on the 2nd and 3rd December 2014.
Theatre Café Frankfurt takes place at Autorenforum at Theaterhaus, Schützenstraße 12, 60311 Frankfurt on the 4th and 5th December 2014.
Following successful industry events in York, Oslo, and Berlin, we’re joining forces with the University of Greenwich and Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre to create a special two-day festival across two venues in Woolwich.
Theatre Cafe Festival Amsterdam takes place from the 28th to 30th May 2015, at the Toneelmakerij / Jeugdtheater de Krakeling / Theater Bellevue
Young people from each of the participant countries (Germany, Netherlands, Norway, and the UK) meet in Berlin for a week this summer to develop extracts of four new plays.
Theatre Café Festival 2014-15 wraps up in a one-day event focusing on Danish plays and hosted by the Danish Embassy in London.