English Theatre Leipzig’s final production of the 2023/2024 season is Eden. Written by Luke Dunne and directed by Izzy Collie-Cousins, it sees “eight unnamed characters embark on a journey of ritual, cruelty and love with… Read More »Meet the director and writer of Eden
English Theatre Leipzig has been selected together with partner Brighton People’s Theatre for the Cultural Bridge program, which fosters international, bilateral partnerships through a cooperation between the British Council (UK) and the Fonds Soziokultur (Germany).… Read More »ETL builds cultural bridges to Brighton!
Interview by Dimi Theodoraki for ETL Sam Kioni Roberts is an English artist and theatre-maker who moved to Leipzig from London in March this year. Sam developed a love for theatre early on in life, getting… Read More »NEW VOICES | Let’s meet our directors Part 3: Sam and What I learned from my time in the Fridge
Interview by Dimi Theodoraki for ETL Josiane Segar has been involved with the English Theatre Leipzig since 2021, as an actress, member and now first-time director and writer. She has her PhD in ecology and biodiversity from iDiv. Sebastian Geiger… Read More »NEW VOICES | Let’s meet our directors Part 2: Josiane and Echolalia
Interview by Dimi Theodoraki for ETL Nerius is a British-born, Leipzig-based writer, director, visual artist, and animator. His unconventional narratives and silly, yet dark humor have resulted in strange fiction, twisted radio comedy, and outlandish short… Read More »NEW VOICES | Let’s meet our directors Part 1: Nerius and Morningstar
A weekend of reflection and (scenic) action revolving on main themes of sustainability, biodiversity, theatre practice.. and how they can creatively intersect. 1 Workshop | 2 days | 4 organisers | 12 brave, wonderful participants Day 1… Read More »AnthropoScene at a glance – discover our first science & theatre workshop at ETL
Are you craving fun ways to interact, play and learn from others instead of staring at your laptop? Are you curious about exploring topics that connect theatre, nature and sustainability? Then join our 2-day theatre… Read More »ETL’s AnthropoScene – where science meets theatre
What do you do with a degree in Anthropology? Doctor Jacqueline Pitt found the answer to the question some years ago, and has been working in anthropologist’s hell since then. She draws on her wealth… Read More »Our new play is Wild East by April de Angelis – opening March 2nd!
We are still looking for performers of any age, gender and background for our next production in September 2022: “Arden”, a non-pastoral comedy based on Shakespeare’s As you like it. Previous theatre experience is welcome but not required. Rehearsals… Read More »Auditions still open!