test Dutch theatre for young audiences at Gavroche 2019
  • 20 Sep. → 29 Sep. '19Moscow, Russia

    Dutch theatre for young audiences at Gavroche 2019

    Urban Myth / De Krakeling / Stip Theaterproducties | Martin Luther King. Photo: Kamerich & Budwilowitz/EYES2
    Dutch theatre for young audiences returns once more at international festival Gavroche, with the support of Dutch Performing Arts. After having programmed a number of Dutch productions in 2013, the festival will present another eight Dutch youth theatre productions during its 13th edition.
    Gavroche 2019 takes place from 20-29 September 2019 in Moscow, Russia. With the support of Dutch Performing Arts an unprecendented number of Dutch theatre productions for young audiences, ages 2 an up, is part of the festival programme.

    Programme
    Visitors' of all ages can enjoy the following productions:

    BonteHond - 'GET 'EM' (PAK 'M) for ages 4+
    21 & 22 September 2019

    Daan Mathot - 'Deep' (Diep) for ages 6+
    20-29 September 2019

    Urban Myth / De Krakeling / Stip Theaterproducties - 'Martin Luther King' for ages 10+
    20 & 22 September 2019

    Oorkaan - 'Glimpse' (Glimp) for ages 2-4
    27 & 28 September 2019

    Het Houten Huis - 'Music From Downstairs' (Muziek van beneden) for ages 8+
    20-22 September 2019

    Het Nationale Theater / NTjong - 'Robot XS' (Robotje) for ages 5+
    21 & 22 September 2019

    Het Filiaal theatermakers - 'The Nightwatch' (De nachtwaker) for ages 6+
    21 & 22 September 2019

    Theater Artemis - 'War' (Oorlog) for ages 10+
    24 & 25 September 2019

    Toneelmakerij - 'Jazz Duzz' for ages 6+
    28 & 29 September 2019

    Check out the times and locations of the Dutch performances at the Teatrium website.
    BonteHond | GET 'M. Photo: Kamerich & Budwilowitz/EYES2
    Daan Mathot | Deep. Photo: Marc Bolsius
    Urban Myth / De Krakeling / Stip Theaterproducties | Martin Luther King. Photo: Kamerich & Budwilowitz/EYES2
    Oorkaan | Glimpse. Photo: Ronald Knapp
    Het Houten Huis | Music From Downstairs. Photo: Saris & den Engelsman
    Het Nationale Theater / NTjong | Robot XS. Photo: Bowie Verschuuren
    Het Filiaal theatermakers | The Nightwatch.
    Toneelmakerij | Jazz Duzz. Photo: Sanne Peper
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