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HYSTERIA is a women-led theatre and arts festival celebrating the diverse and powerful voices of female-identifying playwrights, directors, actors, comedians, creatives and designers.
The festival will be taking place from Saturday 22nd until Sunday 30th July at The Old Rep Theatre in the heart of Birmingham’s city centre – Whispers is behing us but you can still catch up more of festivals’events!
The most recent premiere of MOLIERE’S GARDEN PARTY – new photos in our GALLERY
Photo: MOS’s archive, Actors (from left): Ashley Barlow, Stephen Corrall, Pat Zajac
Opening show of MOLIERE’S GARDEN PARTY – Sunday 11th June 6:00pm, Ross Bandstand Princess Street Gardens
Photo: MOS’s archive, Actors (from left): Adam Barnett, Suzanne Carol Senior, Stephen Corrall, Pat Zajac, Mikolaj Figiel, Ashley Barlow,Karolina Oleskiewicz
All Edinburgh Theatre.com – StagEHd Fest Details
StageEHd the open-access, free-to-attend festival of theatre is to return to the Ross Bandstand on the weekend of Saturday 10/Sunday 11 June 2023 with a dozen pieces from Edinburgh’s independent, grassroots and community theatre companies.(…) The Mirror of Stage / Lustro SCENY, Edinburgh’s bilingual English and Polish theatre company close out the festival on Sunday evening at 6pm with Molière’s Garden Party, a funny yet thoughtful play that unravels the absurdity of human nature, which is an an adaptation of one of Molière’s famous comedies, The Bourgeois Gentleman.
New faces in MOS theatrical team – Suzanne Senior and Karolina Oleskiewicz – two fabulous actresses who have joined our theatre as part of the cast in our most recent StagEHd festival production MOLIERE’S GARDEN PARTY. Welcome on board ladies!
If you want to read more about our new creatives, visit TEAM.
MOS in collab with The Scottish Polish Cultural Association
about another evening of music and literature. In the beautiful setting of Broughton St Mary’s Church, you may join us for a ceilidh (gathering) of tunes, songs and poetry from Scotland, Poland, Ukraine and other countries. On 25 February, at 7:30pm the Scottish Polish Cultural Association is cordially inviting your to another event commemorating Rabbie Burns: a mix of Scottish, Polish and Ukrainian poetry, songs, music and stage performance, followed by a modest reception. Our theatre is going to perform premiered mini solo show of SWITEZIANKA, RZECZ O MOCY MIŁOSNEJ PRZYSIĘGI… – a famous Polish ballad by Adam Mickiewicz, adapted and performed by Pat Zajac.
Here’s our annual roundup at what a year it was! We wish you all the best for the 2023 and see You in theatre!
Have you seen reviews that WHISPERS received during and after the Edinburgh Festival Fringe – read them here
Emotionally epic solo show of desire and destruction with the nineteenth century Penny dreadfuls thrills!
Trailers & Teasers
Visit our Fb gallery from Kowalonek Photography and John Preece! More details
StgEHd Festival WAWEL DRAGON’S performance in Edinburgh was made in collab with Storrada Hird – Drużyna Wojów Świętosławy, the Polish group portraying slavic and scandinavian warriors of X/XI century. Its mission is to promote living history, experimental archeology and eastern combat system in UK. This is full contact honour-based sport and there are point-scoring rounds. There are target zones, and specific rules assigned to it, to ensure it’s safe and interesting to watch. They organise shows and events to present skills during duels and battles. However fighting isn’t the only thing they do. They also love so called Viking hiking, do historical cooking and workshops to explore early medieval crafts and activities.
“Time to begin our chivalrous competition! Welcome our brave knights and warriors”
Audience, both in Edinburgh and Glasgow was, as you can see, very impressed!
Sisters are coming back soon so stay up to date with What’s on