Amicale Office and Committee
- President : Denis HUBER
- Co-President: Nathalie VERNEAU
- Vice-President : Sabrina WITTMANN
- Treasurer : Catherine GUERRERO
- Executive Secretary : Renée MORITZ
- Elected Members : Keltoum BELAID, Anne GAREL, Janis SYMONS
Next Amicale's events
AGORA - Bureau A1.09V
8.30 am to 12.45 pm/ 2 pm to 5.30 pm - Closed on wednesdays from 3.30 pm
Closed from 18 december to 2 January included
(Occasionally closed for work meeting or events organisation - will be mentionned here)
The activity report of the Association for 2015 was presented at the Annual General Staff Meeting on 14 June 2016.
Tagora is a multicultural and multilingual theatre troupe, whose main aim is to unite amateur theatre enthusiasts who want to act, sing, dance, contribute to the dramatic arts, but above all take part in shows.
Although part of the Amicale, we welcome participants also from outside the Council. We believe this contact between a European institution and the world outside is one of our strong points. Our members are for the most part English-speaking, but many nationalities are involved in ...Read more | Access conditions and contacts »
Together with other associations in Strasbourg (including the English-Speaking Community, Peace Productions and Americans in Alsace), Tagora is hosting a Hallowe’en party. Amicale members are warmly invited.
It takes place at the Ruche aux deux reines, rue de la Course, Strasbourg, on 31 October.
No charge for entry, but advance booking and costume are obligatory! Password: Ghost.
All welcome also to the pumpkin carving workshop the Sunday before, same place. 29 October, 14.00-18.00. ... Read more »
The almost annual dinner will be held this year at the Camionneur on 28 October. On the menu: live music, together with comedy and drama from Tagora members.
No charge, just pay for what you eat and drink.
See the Tagora Web site for more information.
The School for Scandal, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1777), directed by Louise Palmer
In this classic comedy of manners the Irish playwright inveighs against the gossip-ridden, fake-news culture that pervaded polite society in the eighteenth century.
Performances at the Cube noir:
To book, or for further information, ... Read more »