Three brand new productions investigating the past, present and future of Europe, co-curated by Maria Åberg and Judith Gerstenberg and created by some of the leading theatre artists working on the continent right now.
What is Europe - the cradle of modern civilisation? A political idea created for economic expansion? Or a geographical landmass with no shared future?
At the heart of the European idea was a hopeful, humanist vision - but can that vision still be salvaged? And do we even want it to be?
Projekt Europa is an experiment in curiosity, a provocative look at how we live together in the context of our shared history, and a joyous celebration of the very best of European theatre making
- Three plays in the Swan Theatre: Blindness and Seeing, Europeana and Peer Gynt
- Seven short monologues at The Other Place, by some of the most exciting writers from across Europe: Yıldız Çakar, Davide Carnevali, Theodora Dimova, Christos Ikonomou, Shumona Sinha, Sjón and Sivan Ben Yishai
- Decameron 2020 - our Next Generation ACT young company works with renowned Swedish director Mattias Andersson in a performance inspired by Boccaccio’s The Decameron, interwoven with personal stories that matter to the young people of Europe today
Events and debates that dive deeper into the subconscious of Europe
Performances and events will go on sale later in the year.