Welcome to Leiden English Theatre!
Leiden English Theatre (or LET, as we affectionately call it) is THE English language theatre group in Leiden. Are you interested in joining our theatre group? Simply e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. On this website you can find information on everything to do with us, auditions, productions and more.
OUR NEXT PRODUCTION:
Adapted by Charlie Bird
TRIGORIN – Lukas Rood
SORIN – Bodwin Simons
KONSTANTIN – Adam Lawrence
MEDVIEDENKO – Alexia Mallet
SHAMRAYEV – Beatriz Gomez de Silva
NINA – Danielle Hollreiser
ARKADINA – Jackie Poplar
MASHA – Miruna Gabor
PAULINA – Louise O’Meara
YAKOV – Giosue Balocco
COOK – Dirk Vermeulen
MAID – Anna Moody
Theater Imperium, Leiden – 2/3 December
The membership contribution fee for joining LET this term will be:
Auditions are closed for this production, but stay tuned for future auditions!
LET proudly presents:
Peter Schaffer’s ‘EQUUS
Due to the government measures against COVID-19, LET is unable to hold performances of Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” production on the planned dates in February. Therefor, we have decided to halt ticket sale and we are now looking on how to proceed further with the production.
If you are a ticket holder, you will be notify by e-mail as soon as possible regarding the new show dates and options for your ticket.
In the meantime, ticket sale for Peter Shaffer’s “Equus” has resumed with new performance dates on
June 3rd, 4th and 5th 2022.
Inspired by true events, Equus tells the story of a psychiatrist’s attempt to treat a young man who has a pathological religious fascination with horses. Alan Strang worships horses. Dr. Dysart worships the normal. Only one of them is out of his mind. While treating a case that is so abhorrently violent and disturbing, a psychiatrist learns that his own practices might be equally violent and disturbing.
Equus is directed by Rhonda Petersen
TICKET SALES HAS TEMPORARILY HALTED.
In the meantime, please enjoy the performance below from our previous production: ‘And Then There Were None’
Photo credits: Marc Woltering
Interested in more English theatre? Look at our friends at AATG!