20:00, Mon 8th December 2008 at NTGent, Gent, Belgium
20:30, Tue 9th December 2008 at LAKtheater, Leiden, The Netherlands
13:00, Thu 11th December 2008 at International School of Stuttgart, Germany
14:30, Fri 12th December 2008 at International School of Geneva, Switzerland
19:30, Fri 12th December 2008 at International School of Geneva, Switzerland
12:30, Sat 13th December 2008 at International School of Geneva, Switzerland
16:00, Sun 14th December 2008 at Societa Umanitaria, Milan, Italy
19:15, Mon 15th December 2008 at Theatersaal Irchel, Zurich, Switzerland
15:15, Tue 16th December 2008 at Gymnasium Koeniz-Lerbermatt, Berne, Switzerland
19:00, Tue 16th December 2008 at Gymnasium Koeniz-Lerbermatt, Berne, Switzerland
15:00, Wed 17th December 2008 at Gymnase de Burier, Montreux, Switzerland
15:00, Thu 18th December 2008 at Kantonsschule Sursee, Sursee, Switzerland
20:00, Fri 19th December 2008 at Espace Bouteiller, Chantilly, France
19:45, Tue 13th January 2009 - Sat 17th January 2009 at ADC Theatre
14:30, Sat 17th January 2009 at ADC Theatre
Christmas Vacation to Lent Week 0
The Cambridge University European Theatre Group is a self-sufficient, entirely student-run theatrical company, which tours a Shakespeare play around Europe for two and a half weeks every December (and has been doing so for over 50 years now!). It is an ambitious coach-bound operation; a company of 25 or so tour with professional lighting and sound equipment, costumes and an experimental set, enabling us to put on a show absolutely anywhere.
Each year we typically visit twelve venues - ranging from professional theatres, to schools and universities, and even to churches and converted bread-ovens - and travel through five or six countries. In the past, we have performed in France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland, The Czech Republic, Italy and Hungary, before returning for a homerun in Cambridge the following January.
Over time, ETG has developed a reputation at home and abroad for producing exciting, innovative, experimental and professional interpretations of classic texts, attracting the most ambitious actors, technicians and creative forces from within the university. We provide successive generations of company members and audiences with challenging experiences completely unimaginable elsewhere in British (let alone student) theatre.