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President: Denis HUBER

Co-President: Stanislas FROSSARD

Vice-President: TSETSEKOU Eleni

Treasurer: Catherine GUERRERO

Executive Secretary: Olga BALTAG

Elected Members: Keltoum BELAID, Nurcan DEJEAN-DOYDUK, Alla HEITZ, Olga KOSTENKO,Valentyna KRYVENKOVA, Sophie KURT, Cipriana MORARU, Ivi-Triin ODRATS, Bridget O'LOUGHLIN, Marie-Rose PREVOST,  Szilvia SIMOND.


PALAIS - Office 99
+33(0)3 90 21 54 95

Monday to Friday :
- 9:00 am to 12:30 am
- 14h00 to 17h00 pm

Theater TAGORA
two plays dealing with the rights of the individual

two plays dealing with the rights of the individual

Calendar from 22/10/2023 to 22/11/2023

Under the patronage of the Permanent Representation of Ireland to the Council of Europe, Tagora presents “Whose Right?”, two plays dealing with the rights of the individual.

The two plays, both performed in English, will be presented alternately, at the Cube Noir Theatre, CREPS, 4 Allée du Sommerhof, 67200 Strasbourg

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The Merchant – D’r Handler, adapted from Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice, directed by Louise Palmer

D’r Handler takes place in Strasbourg in the late 1880s. It tells the tale of a merchant, Antoine, who borrows three thousand marks  from the usurer, Shylock, to fund a project for his friend Benoît. When his ships fail to come in and he cannot repay the debt, Antoine’s life is in danger. Who can save him?

Friday 24/11 @ 20:30

Sunday 26/11 @ 17:00

Tuesday 28/11 @ 20:30

Thursday 30/11 @ 20:30

Saturday 2/12 @ 17:00

Molly Sweeney by Brian Friel, directed by Julia Whitham

Molly Sweeney, blind since infancy, has created a world in her own mind which gives her pleasure and great fulfilment.  After she is persuaded by her husband and her surgeon to undergo a risky operation, her sight is only partially restored.  In this new frightening environment, she grieves for her old interior world which has been lost forever. Through a series of monologues, Molly Sweeney explores the difference between seeing and understanding in a deeply moving meditation on hope, change and despair.

Saturday 25/11 @ 17:00

Wednesday 29/11 @ 20:30

Friday 1/12 @20:30

Sunday 3/12 @ 17:00