24.09.2017 13:00

30CC Stadsschouwburg, Leuven

25.09.2017 13:45

CC De Spil, Roeselare (schoolvoorstelling)

01.10.2017 14:30


30CC Abdijkerk Keizersberg, Leuven

03.10.2017 10:30

CC De Steiger, Menen (schoolvoorstelling)

03.10.2017 13:30

CC De Steiger, Menen (schoolvoorstelling)

05.10.2017 13:30

30CC Minnepoort, Leuven (schoolvoorstelling)

06.10.2017 13:30

30CC Minnepoort, Leuven (schoolvoorstelling)

06.10.2017 20:00

30CC Minnepoort, Leuven

07.10.2017 20:00

CC Casino, Koksijde

10.10.2017 10:30

CC Belgica, Dendermonde (schoolvoorstelling)

10.10.2017 13:30

CC Belgica, Dendermonde (schoolvoorstelling)

11.10.2017 10:00

CC Belgica, Dendermonde (schoolvoorstelling)

12.10.2017 14:00

CC Berchem, Berchem (schoolvoorstelling)

12.10.2017 20:30

CC Berchem, Berchem

14.10.2017 20:00

GC De Kluize, Oosterzele

16.10.2017 13:45

CC De Werf, Aalst (schoolvoorstelling)

17.10.2017 13:30

CC Mechelen stadsschouwburg, Mechelen (schoolvoorstelling)

17.10.2017 20:15

CC Mechelen stadsschouwburg, Mechelen

19.10.2017 10:00

CC Brugge (schoolvoorstelling)

19.10.2017 14:00

CC Brugge (schoolvoorstelling)

29.10.2017 15:00


Sint-Hilariuskerk, Bierbeek

25.01.2018 20:00


Wilminktheater Muziekcentrum, Grote Kerk, Enschede (NL)

03.05.2018 20:00

Lassus Grand Cru

Wilminktheater / Muziekcentrum, Grote Kerk, Enschede (NL)



Premiere B.I.G.

After the successful collaboration with the puppet theatre group Ultima Thule during NERF (2013), we are presenting a second music theatre performance B.I.G. (14+). The production will be premiered on 15 September at the Minardschouwburg in Ghent, and will then continue on a tour through Flanders.


Summer 2017

A month ago, we ended our concert season with JUST =, an extraordinary production in cooperation with ARSENAAL / LAZARUS, commissioned by the city festival OP.RECHT.MECHELEN. In the meantime, we are working on the brand new musical theatre production B.I.G., which will premiere coming autumn. And of course, we are looking forward to the summer festivals in Belgium and abroad.

Read our newsletter and find out where to find us this summer. We wish you a splendid summer!


Impressive closing of our season

JUST = was not only an impressive closing of the cultural part of the city festival OP.RECHT.MECHELEN., but also the icing on the cake of our anniversary season. Over 1500 spectators witnessed scenes on the Solomon judgment, a post-war process, a scandal concert, letters of detainees and disarmed justice systems, performed by an impressive cast under the supervision of Willy Thomas and Jurgen De Bruyn.

"The concept created by Willy Thomas and Jurgen de bruyn invites the spectator to think about a system that judges people. (...) JUST= entertains the audience with a variety of artful scenes that serve a wide palette of taste, supported by a strong musical soundtrack. " (25.05.2017, Jan De Smet for De Morgen)

Check out the photoshoot by Kurt Van der Elst


Location project JUST=

Zefiro Torna and ARSENAAL/LAZARUS are creating the great location project JUST=, from 23 till 29 May at the Hof van Savoye in Mechelen. The project is commissioned by the city festival OP.RECHT.MECHELEN.

In seven scenes, Zefiro Torna and ARSENAAL/LAZARUS illustrate the tension between law and justice. Actors, singers, children's voices, a choir and a surprising mix of musicians populate the court rooms of the Court of Savoy, where the Great Council of Mechelen was housed 400 years ago. The audience is both a privileged witness and judge.

Including a battle between carillons, Charlotte Vandermeersch and Eurudike De Beul as baroque opera diva's in Händels Solomon, Vera Coomans with a captivating song of Theodor Kramer, a hip-hop contribution by Black-actress Martha Canga Antonia, atonal sound experiments by Koen De Graeve and his fellow actors from LAZARUS, music by Martin Valcke and text by Tom Lanoye.


Balsam premiere

On 26 March 2017, our production Balsam will premiere in Enschede (NL). Balsam sees the daylight following the elaborate concert tours and international acclaim of ‘Les Tisserands, in the spirit of the Cathars’ en ‘O, Monde Aveugle!, songs for the Apocalypse’. The hybrid collective consists of musicians coming from a wide range of musical genres such as old, traditional, ethnic and jazz music. They find each other in their love for singular vocal and instrumental nuances, in their delicate musical preferences and in their engaging performance. The compositions from the program bear names such as Alchemilla/Lady’s mantle, les Roses de Saadi or Artemisia absinthium. They resound in the company of traditional songs from Portugal or Greece, Old Norse Edda songs about the Yggdrasil or tree of life, spiritual songs from Hildegard von Bingen and close-knit 15th-century music of Guillaume Dufay or the baroque splendour of Heinrich Schütz.