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                    [description] => A couple of weekends ago saw the culmination&#160; of what has been nearly two years in the making. The delay to &#160;Niall Costigan&#8217;s Workshop was of course due to the pandemic.&#160;Niall devised our course of study especially for Tagora and based his theme on &#8220;approaching a role&#8221;.&#160;Working with two groups of twelve and an age-range of 14 to well over 60, he introduced participants to the examination of text (Noel Coward&#8217;s&#160;Private Lives), Uta Hagen&#8217;s nine questions, improvisation &#38; relaxation exercises and as one group member  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/better-late-than-never/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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<p>&#8220;I particularly enjoyed Niall&#8217;s acting approach in which&nbsp; he urged us to refrain from self-absorption.</p>
<p>Quoting Stamford Meisner,&nbsp; he felt that Lee Strasberg&#8217;s Method Acting only made introverts more introverted, and that by shifting one&#8217;s concentration away from self provided an escape route and a means of being in the &#8220;moment&#8221;.&nbsp; I felt it hit close to home!&#8221;</p>
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<p>&#8220;The work was often quite fascinating and though, at first sight seeming simple, was in fact difficult and demanded much concentration&#8221; &#8211;</p>
<p>&#8220;It was so good, so inspiring and we learnt so much in a relatively short space of time&#8221; &#8211;</p>
<p>&#8220;I thoroughly enjoyed it and learnt a lot.&nbsp; Now the test will be to put it into practice.&nbsp; Niall was a pleasure to work with&#8221; &#8211;</p>
<p>&#8220;I spent fabulous time. It was great to go back to acting again after so many years&#8221; &#8211;</p>
<p>and lastly from&nbsp;a mum, Imogen Hattenville</p>
<p>&#8220;The children thought it was fantastic, Nell was champing at the bit to go back on Sunday! They thought Niall was great and loved his approach. Nell has already used the characterisation questions to help prepare her audition for YATS&#8217;&nbsp; upcoming production of&nbsp;<em>Guys &amp; Dolls</em>&#8221;&nbsp; &nbsp;</p>
<p>A very worthwhile experience, I believe&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;Louise</p>
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<p>&#8220;I particularly enjoyed Niall&#8217;s acting approach in which&nbsp; he urged us to refrain from self-absorption.</p>
<p>Quoting Stamford Meisner,&nbsp; he felt that Lee Strasberg&#8217;s Method Acting only made introverts more introverted, and that by shifting one&#8217;s concentration away from self provided an escape route and a means of being in the &#8220;moment&#8221;.&nbsp; I felt it hit close to home!&#8221;</p>
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<p>&#8220;It was so good, so inspiring and we learnt so much in a relatively short space of time&#8221; &#8211;</p>
<p>&#8220;I thoroughly enjoyed it and learnt a lot.&nbsp; Now the test will be to put it into practice.&nbsp; Niall was a pleasure to work with&#8221; &#8211;</p>
<p>&#8220;I spent fabulous time. It was great to go back to acting again after so many years&#8221; &#8211;</p>
<p>and lastly from&nbsp;a mum, Imogen Hattenville</p>
<p>&#8220;The children thought it was fantastic, Nell was champing at the bit to go back on Sunday! They thought Niall was great and loved his approach. Nell has already used the characterisation questions to help prepare her audition for YATS&#8217;&nbsp; upcoming production of&nbsp;<em>Guys &amp; Dolls</em>&#8221;&nbsp; &nbsp;</p>
<p>A very worthwhile experience, I believe&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;Louise</p>
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                    [description] => Just starting rehearsals for a new production? Why not benefit from Tagora’s latest workshop, to be held on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 June? Entitled “Approaching a Role”, it will offer guidance in the development and portrayal of character as well as associated technical skills such as voice work and movement. The workshops will be divided into two groups of no more than 12 participants and consist of two sessions of two and half hours each – a total of five hours. The fee will  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/callling-all-actors/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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                            [encoded] => <h2>Just starting rehearsals for a new production? Why not benefit from Tagora’s latest workshop, to be held on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 June?</h2>
<p>Entitled “Approaching a Role”, it will offer guidance in the development and portrayal of character as well as associated technical skills such as voice work and movement. The workshops will be divided into two groups of no more than 12 participants and consist of two sessions of two and half hours each – a total of five hours.</p>
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<p>The fee will be €50.</p>
<h3>Louise Palmer says</h3>
<p><img loading="lazy" width="1608" height="1608" class="wp-image-31180" style="width: 150px;" src="http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02.jpg" alt="Niall Costigan" srcset="http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02.jpg 1608w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-300x300.jpg 300w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-1024x1024.jpg 1024w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-150x150.jpg 150w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-768x768.jpg 768w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-1536x1536.jpg 1536w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-624x624.jpg 624w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-500x500.jpg 500w" sizes="(max-width: 1608px) 100vw, 1608px" />I’m delighted to say that we have secured the services of Niall Costigan, Theatre Workshop Director at the <a href="https://www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk/">York Theatre Royal</a>.</p>
<p>Niall is a professional actor, director, workshop leader and acting coach.</p>
<p>He has worked extensively in theatre, film and television for more than 20 years and is looking forward to sharing his theatrical experience and knowledge with Tagora.</p>
<p>Niall’s acting TV credits include <em>Coronation Street</em>, <em>The Rising</em>, <em>Casualty</em>, <em>Emmerdale </em>and <em>Vera</em>. On stage he’s appeared in <em>Macbeth</em>, <em>A Midsummer Night’s Dream</em>, <em>The Tempest</em> and <em>Henry V</em> for The Rose Theatre; <em>The Gaul</em> at Hull Truck; and <em>Bedroom Farce</em> at Salisbury Playhouse, amongst many others. He has just finished filming <em>Starve Acre</em>, a feature film for the BBC, with Matt Smith and Morfydd Clark.</p>
<p>To be sure of a place on this exceptional course sign up <strong>now</strong> by <a href="http://www.tagora.eu/?page_id=57" data-type="page" data-id="57">contacting Tagora</a>, indicating your preference:</p>
<ul>
<li>Group A (Saturday and Sunday mornings, 10:30–13:00); or</li>
<li>Group B (Saturday and Sunday afternoons, 14:30–17:00).</li>
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<p>He’s great! Simon and I learnt so much from his session on Arthur Miller’s <em>A View from the Bridge</em>.</p>
<p>Louise</p>

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                    [summary] => Just starting rehearsals for a new production? Why not benefit from Tagora’s latest workshop, to be held on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 June? Entitled “Approaching a Role”, it will offer guidance in the development and portrayal of character as well as associated technical skills such as voice work and movement. The workshops will be divided into two groups of no more than 12 participants and consist of two sessions of two and half hours each – a total of five hours. The fee will  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/callling-all-actors/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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<p>Entitled “Approaching a Role”, it will offer guidance in the development and portrayal of character as well as associated technical skills such as voice work and movement. The workshops will be divided into two groups of no more than 12 participants and consist of two sessions of two and half hours each – a total of five hours.</p>
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<p>The fee will be €50.</p>
<h3>Louise Palmer says</h3>
<p><img loading="lazy" width="1608" height="1608" class="wp-image-31180" style="width: 150px;" src="http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02.jpg" alt="Niall Costigan" srcset="http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02.jpg 1608w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-300x300.jpg 300w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-1024x1024.jpg 1024w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-150x150.jpg 150w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-768x768.jpg 768w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-1536x1536.jpg 1536w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-624x624.jpg 624w, http://www.tagora.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/nc02-500x500.jpg 500w" sizes="(max-width: 1608px) 100vw, 1608px" />I’m delighted to say that we have secured the services of Niall Costigan, Theatre Workshop Director at the <a href="https://www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk/">York Theatre Royal</a>.</p>
<p>Niall is a professional actor, director, workshop leader and acting coach.</p>
<p>He has worked extensively in theatre, film and television for more than 20 years and is looking forward to sharing his theatrical experience and knowledge with Tagora.</p>
<p>Niall’s acting TV credits include <em>Coronation Street</em>, <em>The Rising</em>, <em>Casualty</em>, <em>Emmerdale </em>and <em>Vera</em>. On stage he’s appeared in <em>Macbeth</em>, <em>A Midsummer Night’s Dream</em>, <em>The Tempest</em> and <em>Henry V</em> for The Rose Theatre; <em>The Gaul</em> at Hull Truck; and <em>Bedroom Farce</em> at Salisbury Playhouse, amongst many others. He has just finished filming <em>Starve Acre</em>, a feature film for the BBC, with Matt Smith and Morfydd Clark.</p>
<p>To be sure of a place on this exceptional course sign up <strong>now</strong> by <a href="http://www.tagora.eu/?page_id=57" data-type="page" data-id="57">contacting Tagora</a>, indicating your preference:</p>
<ul>
<li>Group A (Saturday and Sunday mornings, 10:30–13:00); or</li>
<li>Group B (Saturday and Sunday afternoons, 14:30–17:00).</li>
</ul>
<p>He’s great! Simon and I learnt so much from his session on Arthur Miller’s <em>A View from the Bridge</em>.</p>
<p>Louise</p>

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<p>It will be a family-friendly event which includes a picnic and the participation not only of Tagora but of several local music schools. We shall be repeating the short scenes from Molière&#8217;s <em>Le Misanthrope </em>which we performed at Théâtralis last year, plus a few excerpts from our recent show <em>Much ado about Will</em>.</p>
<p>So do come along and support, Bridget, Isabelle, Angela, Marie-Anne, Christelle and Simon, who will be performing.</p>
<p>Full programme of the <em>Fête de l’Europe</em> and more information on the <a href="https://lieudeurope.strasbourg.eu/">website of the Lieu d’Europe</a> and on their <a href="https://www.facebook.com/lieudeurope">Facebook page</a>. [At the time of posting the information doesn’t seem to have made it to the English-language version of the website. If your browser sends you to the English pages automatically, you can switch language using the button on the top-right of the home page.]</p>

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                    [atom_content] => <p>From 1 to 31 May the <a href="https://lieudeurope.strasbourg.eu/">Lieu d’Europe</a> is celebrating the continent with the <em>Fête de l’Europe</em>. Among the events scheduled is “L’Europe en musique”, which will take place on Sunday 22 May from midday to 18:00. Anouk Brocard, who is responsible for cultural projects in the city of Strasbourg, has invited Tagora to participate.</p>
<p>It will be a family-friendly event which includes a picnic and the participation not only of Tagora but of several local music schools. We shall be repeating the short scenes from Molière&#8217;s <em>Le Misanthrope </em>which we performed at Théâtralis last year, plus a few excerpts from our recent show <em>Much ado about Will</em>.</p>
<p>So do come along and support, Bridget, Isabelle, Angela, Marie-Anne, Christelle and Simon, who will be performing.</p>
<p>Full programme of the <em>Fête de l’Europe</em> and more information on the <a href="https://lieudeurope.strasbourg.eu/">website of the Lieu d’Europe</a> and on their <a href="https://www.facebook.com/lieudeurope">Facebook page</a>. [At the time of posting the information doesn’t seem to have made it to the English-language version of the website. If your browser sends you to the English pages automatically, you can switch language using the button on the top-right of the home page.]</p>

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                    [description] => In view of the number of absences over the Easter break we have decided to call off the auditions for The Dog It Was That Died planned for Thursday 14 April. If you’re interested in taking part, please contact Tagora without delay!
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                    [summary] => In view of the number of absences over the Easter break we have decided to call off the auditions for The Dog It Was That Died planned for Thursday 14 April. If you’re interested in taking part, please contact Tagora without delay!
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                    [atom_content] => <p>In view of the number of absences over the Easter break we have decided to call off the auditions for <em>The Dog It Was That Died</em> planned for Thursday 14 April. If you’re interested in taking part, please <a href="http://www.tagora.eu/?page_id=57" data-type="page" data-id="57">contact Tagora </a>without delay!<a href="https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=5192732820777953&amp;set=gm.10159877988398810&amp;__cft__[0]=AZUo8M27CqsbmITqyi3EjATRY3NQcqwHy7TR_Dm13f0xEVT_yY-anEv4DAb7av9Cnl4NpqrGUXIDBV_-nZk7RvNm97hGby5WCAmrX-x0J7O8cDme0nRnurmROcJ1_9IYi1WkDxMyKiRg9-o6V_NNbVH-6B8NKRiXC3MlsSUu5TERpdj_YPVDwO44ffyCnpaHlco&amp;__tn__=EH-R"></a></p></p>

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                    [description] => This year we’ve been allocated two slots in the Trois 14 season, one in the last week of October and one in the second week of March 2023. Our autumn show will consist of two one act plays. The first, She Was Wearing, to be directed by Julia Whitham, consists of seven monologues written by a collection of Irish writers. The second is a short spy thriller, The Dog It Was That Died, written by Tom Stoppard and directed by Simon Palmer. This play is  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/future-productions/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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                            [encoded] => <p>This year we’ve been allocated two slots in the Trois 14 season, one in the last week of October and one in the second week of March 2023.</p>
<p>Our autumn show will consist of two one act plays. The first, <em>She Was Wearing, </em>to be directed by Julia Whitham, consists of seven monologues written by a collection of Irish writers. The second is a short spy thriller, <em>The Dog It Was That Died, </em>written by Tom Stoppard and directed by Simon Palmer. This play is scheduled for an online reading on Sunday 10 April.</p>
<p>Thus auditions are upon us – the first, <em>She Was Wearing</em>, will be held in our rehearsal room at the Palais (back at last) on Tuesday 29 March from 18.00.</p>
<p>Readings for <em>The Dog It Was That Died</em> will take place, after the online reading, on Thursday 14 April from 18.00 once again in our rehearsal room.</p>
<p>Should you not have a badge that allows entry to the Council of Europe premises, or if you wish for a script please <a href="http://www.tagora.eu/?page_id=57" data-type="page" data-id="57">Contact Tagora</a>.</p>
<p>Look forward to seeing you then!</p>

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                    [atom_content] => <p>This year we’ve been allocated two slots in the Trois 14 season, one in the last week of October and one in the second week of March 2023.</p>
<p>Our autumn show will consist of two one act plays. The first, <em>She Was Wearing, </em>to be directed by Julia Whitham, consists of seven monologues written by a collection of Irish writers. The second is a short spy thriller, <em>The Dog It Was That Died, </em>written by Tom Stoppard and directed by Simon Palmer. This play is scheduled for an online reading on Sunday 10 April.</p>
<p>Thus auditions are upon us – the first, <em>She Was Wearing</em>, will be held in our rehearsal room at the Palais (back at last) on Tuesday 29 March from 18.00.</p>
<p>Readings for <em>The Dog It Was That Died</em> will take place, after the online reading, on Thursday 14 April from 18.00 once again in our rehearsal room.</p>
<p>Should you not have a badge that allows entry to the Council of Europe premises, or if you wish for a script please <a href="http://www.tagora.eu/?page_id=57" data-type="page" data-id="57">Contact Tagora</a>.</p>
<p>Look forward to seeing you then!</p>

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                    [description] => Dubliner JoeBlackRyder is a well-known and highly regarded Irish musician, singer, songwriter, composer and performer of new and traditional Irish and modern folk songs. Joe’s songs have been covered by many artists including Grace Petrie. Joe is touring Switzerland and France in April 2022 at the invitation of his Swiss musical friends Zugluft and their Irish/French pals. JoeBlackRyder has blended the indigenous music of Ireland with an extensive catalogue of original compositions and world music spanning many musical genres and tastes. Joe has appeared on  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/joeblackryder-and-andrea-kirchhofer-au-tribunal/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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                            [encoded] => <p>Dubliner <strong><em>Joe</em></strong><strong><em>BlackRyder</em></strong> is a well-known and highly regarded Irish musician, singer, songwriter, composer and performer of new and traditional Irish and modern folk songs. Joe’s songs have been covered by many artists including Grace Petrie. Joe is touring Switzerland and France in April 2022 at the invitation of his Swiss musical friends <strong><em>Zugluft</em></strong> and their Irish/French pals.<strong><em></em></strong></p>
<p><strong><em>JoeBlackRyder</em></strong> has blended the indigenous music of Ireland with an extensive catalogue of original compositions and world music spanning many musical genres and tastes. <strong><em>Joe</em></strong> has appeared on stage with the McPeake Family and Alabama 3 amongst others.</p>
<p><strong><em>Andrea Kirchhoffer</em></strong>, has studied ,performed and played extensively in Ireland, and is a key member of <strong><em>Zugluft</em></strong>, a swinging Swiss band who play international folk music in a marriage of klezmer, tango, jazz and a great deal of free spirit.</p>
<p><strong><em>Joe </em></strong>will bejoined by <strong><em>Andrea</em></strong> from <strong><em>Zugluft </em></strong>for a magical collaboration<em> between the two musicians. They</em> will be playing for one night only in Strasbourg on <strong>Thursday 7<sup>th</sup> April. </strong>Theirs is a varied and informative show where you are guaranteed a fresh experience and evocation of the Irish musical heritage and World music with the varying humour of its people.</p>
<p><strong>This is a musical experience not to be missed.</strong></p>
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<p>More information: click below.</p>
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                    [summary] => Dubliner JoeBlackRyder is a well-known and highly regarded Irish musician, singer, songwriter, composer and performer of new and traditional Irish and modern folk songs. Joe’s songs have been covered by many artists including Grace Petrie. Joe is touring Switzerland and France in April 2022 at the invitation of his Swiss musical friends Zugluft and their Irish/French pals. JoeBlackRyder has blended the indigenous music of Ireland with an extensive catalogue of original compositions and world music spanning many musical genres and tastes. Joe has appeared on  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/joeblackryder-and-andrea-kirchhofer-au-tribunal/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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                    [atom_content] => <p>Dubliner <strong><em>Joe</em></strong><strong><em>BlackRyder</em></strong> is a well-known and highly regarded Irish musician, singer, songwriter, composer and performer of new and traditional Irish and modern folk songs. Joe’s songs have been covered by many artists including Grace Petrie. Joe is touring Switzerland and France in April 2022 at the invitation of his Swiss musical friends <strong><em>Zugluft</em></strong> and their Irish/French pals.<strong><em></em></strong></p>
<p><strong><em>JoeBlackRyder</em></strong> has blended the indigenous music of Ireland with an extensive catalogue of original compositions and world music spanning many musical genres and tastes. <strong><em>Joe</em></strong> has appeared on stage with the McPeake Family and Alabama 3 amongst others.</p>
<p><strong><em>Andrea Kirchhoffer</em></strong>, has studied ,performed and played extensively in Ireland, and is a key member of <strong><em>Zugluft</em></strong>, a swinging Swiss band who play international folk music in a marriage of klezmer, tango, jazz and a great deal of free spirit.</p>
<p><strong><em>Joe </em></strong>will bejoined by <strong><em>Andrea</em></strong> from <strong><em>Zugluft </em></strong>for a magical collaboration<em> between the two musicians. They</em> will be playing for one night only in Strasbourg on <strong>Thursday 7<sup>th</sup> April. </strong>Theirs is a varied and informative show where you are guaranteed a fresh experience and evocation of the Irish musical heritage and World music with the varying humour of its people.</p>
<p><strong>This is a musical experience not to be missed.</strong></p>
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<tbody>
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<td><strong>When</strong>:</td>
<td>Thursday 7 April &nbsp;19h30</td>
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<td>‘Au Tribunal’, 6 quai Finkmatt, 67000 Strasbourg</td>
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<td><strong>Admission</strong></td>
<td>15 Euros</td>
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<p>More information: click below.</p>
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                    [title] => After Ayckbourn
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                    [description] => Tagora continues its series of online readings Following King Charles III and A Chorus of Disapproval, Tagora’s next on-line reading will be on Sunday 10 April, and will be The Dog It Was that Died by Tom Stoppard, presented by Simon Palmer. Simon has provided the following introduction: A spy attempts suicide but succeeds only in hurting himself and inadvertently killing a dog. This is an accident which is eloquent about the futility of espionage, of conflict, of existence even. One should never forget that  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/after-ayckbourn/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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<p>Following <em>King Charles III</em> and <em>A Chorus of Disapproval</em>, Tagora’s next on-line reading will be on Sunday 10 April, and will be <em>The Dog It Was that Died</em> by Tom Stoppard, presented by Simon Palmer. Simon has provided the following introduction:</p>
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<p>A spy attempts suicide but succeeds only in hurting himself and inadvertently killing a dog. This is an accident which is eloquent about the futility of espionage, of conflict, of existence even. One should never forget that although the events of the play take place in a comfortably British context redolent of John le Carré, Sir Tom Stoppard sees them differently, through his Czech origins: the outsider, omnipresent but imperceptible, who gives this apparently caricatured tale a surrealist tinge. The play, originally written for television in the early 1980s, is rich in humour and incident but comes to no very concrete conclusions as to whether the intelligence services of the cold-war era served any purpose at all…</p>
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<p>Tagora has submitted this work to the 3.14 collective as a candidate for presentation on stage at the Cube Noir.</p>
<p><strong>If you wish to take part in the reading, please contact <a href="mailto:online@tagora.eu">online@tagora.eu</a> by 4 April, indicating whether or not you want to be allocated a speaking part.</strong></p>
<p>Two further readings are also scheduled:</p>
<ul>
<li><em>Outside Edge</em> by Richard Harris, on 15 and 22 May;</li>
<li><em>Lady Windermere’s Fan</em> by Oscar Wilde, in the first half of June.</li>
</ul>
<p>For the latter proposal, we would welcome feedback on whether Whit Sunday – 6 June – is a suitable date for the first of two readings or whether you would prefer the first reading to be put back a week. <strong>Please let us know if you have a view on this.</strong></p>

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                    [atom_content] => <h2>Tagora continues its series of online readings</h2>
<p>Following <em>King Charles III</em> and <em>A Chorus of Disapproval</em>, Tagora’s next on-line reading will be on Sunday 10 April, and will be <em>The Dog It Was that Died</em> by Tom Stoppard, presented by Simon Palmer. Simon has provided the following introduction:</p>
<blockquote class="wp-block-quote is-style-plain">
<p>A spy attempts suicide but succeeds only in hurting himself and inadvertently killing a dog. This is an accident which is eloquent about the futility of espionage, of conflict, of existence even. One should never forget that although the events of the play take place in a comfortably British context redolent of John le Carré, Sir Tom Stoppard sees them differently, through his Czech origins: the outsider, omnipresent but imperceptible, who gives this apparently caricatured tale a surrealist tinge. The play, originally written for television in the early 1980s, is rich in humour and incident but comes to no very concrete conclusions as to whether the intelligence services of the cold-war era served any purpose at all…</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Tagora has submitted this work to the 3.14 collective as a candidate for presentation on stage at the Cube Noir.</p>
<p><strong>If you wish to take part in the reading, please contact <a href="mailto:online@tagora.eu">online@tagora.eu</a> by 4 April, indicating whether or not you want to be allocated a speaking part.</strong></p>
<p>Two further readings are also scheduled:</p>
<ul>
<li><em>Outside Edge</em> by Richard Harris, on 15 and 22 May;</li>
<li><em>Lady Windermere’s Fan</em> by Oscar Wilde, in the first half of June.</li>
</ul>
<p>For the latter proposal, we would welcome feedback on whether Whit Sunday – 6 June – is a suitable date for the first of two readings or whether you would prefer the first reading to be put back a week. <strong>Please let us know if you have a view on this.</strong></p>

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                    [description] => Friend and supporter of Tagora, M. Soul, relaunches his show “Blue Suède Shoes – Les origines du rock ’n’ roll de 1946 à 1959” His five-piece band will revisit the hits of seminal performers such as Louis Jordan, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry. If you’re a fan of the era, you’ll want to be there; and if you’re not a fan – you will be by the end of the show! Forthcoming appearances: 25 March in Colmar and 23 April in Monswiller. For times, details  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/get-your-kicks/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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<p>His five-piece band will revisit the hits of seminal performers such as Louis Jordan, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry. If you’re a fan of the era, you’ll want to be there; and if you’re not a fan – you will be by the end of the show! </p>
<p>Forthcoming appearances: 25 March in Colmar and 23 April in Monswiller. For times, details of venues and future dates: see <a href="https://bnds.us/ynj9po" data-type="URL" data-id="https://bnds.us/ynj9po">here</a>.</p>
<h3>Links</h3>
<ul>
<li><a href="https://www.m-soul.com/">The M. Soul website</a></li>
<li><a href="https://youtu.be/jtvQjYyc0KE" data-rel="lightbox-video-0">Promo on Youtube</a></li>
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<p>His five-piece band will revisit the hits of seminal performers such as Louis Jordan, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry. If you’re a fan of the era, you’ll want to be there; and if you’re not a fan – you will be by the end of the show! </p>
<p>Forthcoming appearances: 25 March in Colmar and 23 April in Monswiller. For times, details of venues and future dates: see <a href="https://bnds.us/ynj9po" data-type="URL" data-id="https://bnds.us/ynj9po">here</a>.</p>
<h3>Links</h3>
<ul>
<li><a href="https://www.m-soul.com/">The M. Soul website</a></li>
<li><a href="https://youtu.be/jtvQjYyc0KE" data-rel="lightbox-video-0">Promo on Youtube</a></li>
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                    [description] => Calling all Tagorans! Meeting documents are now available for the “two for the price of one” AGM. Click the Continue reading link below. The time has come (and indeed gone as regards 2021), for us to hold an Annual General Meeting.  Since we failed to hold one in 2021 (we can blame it on COVID!), we will need to hold our AGM to for 2021 and for 2022.  The Committee has decided to hold this double AGM on Thursday 3 March, at 18:00, via Zoom.  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/oyez-oyez/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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<p>Meeting documents are now available for the “two for the price of one” AGM. Click the Continue reading link below.</p>
<p>The time has come (and indeed gone as regards 2021), for us to hold an Annual General Meeting.  Since we failed to hold one in 2021 (we can blame it on COVID!), we will need to hold our AGM to for 2021 and for 2022.  The Committee has decided to hold this double AGM on Thursday 3 March, at 18:00, via Zoom.</p>
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<p>On the agenda:</p>
<ul>
<li>Approval of the agenda</li>
<li>Apologies for absence</li>
<li>Approval of the accounts for 2020</li>
<li>Approval of the Activity report for 2020</li>
<li>Approval of the Accounts for 2021</li>
<li>Approval of the Activity report for 2021</li>
<li>Proposals for our activities in 2022 – Cube Noir; online readings; Tagora Almost Annual Dinner</li>
<li>Election of the Committee</li>
<li>AOB</li>
</ul>
<p>As noted above, we will be holding the meeting via our Zoom account, and so would ask you please to contact us via e mail at <a href="mailto:online@tagora.eu">online@tagora.eu</a> no later than 28 February if you wish to participate.</p>
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                    [summary] => Calling all Tagorans! Meeting documents are now available for the “two for the price of one” AGM. Click the Continue reading link below. The time has come (and indeed gone as regards 2021), for us to hold an Annual General Meeting.  Since we failed to hold one in 2021 (we can blame it on COVID!), we will need to hold our AGM to for 2021 and for 2022.  The Committee has decided to hold this double AGM on Thursday 3 March, at 18:00, via Zoom.  <span><a href="http://www.tagora.eu/oyez-oyez/" class="readmore">Continue reading &#8594;</a></span>
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<p>Meeting documents are now available for the “two for the price of one” AGM. Click the Continue reading link below.</p>
<p>The time has come (and indeed gone as regards 2021), for us to hold an Annual General Meeting.  Since we failed to hold one in 2021 (we can blame it on COVID!), we will need to hold our AGM to for 2021 and for 2022.  The Committee has decided to hold this double AGM on Thursday 3 March, at 18:00, via Zoom.</p>
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<p>On the agenda:</p>
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<li>Approval of the agenda</li>
<li>Apologies for absence</li>
<li>Approval of the accounts for 2020</li>
<li>Approval of the Activity report for 2020</li>
<li>Approval of the Accounts for 2021</li>
<li>Approval of the Activity report for 2021</li>
<li>Proposals for our activities in 2022 – Cube Noir; online readings; Tagora Almost Annual Dinner</li>
<li>Election of the Committee</li>
<li>AOB</li>
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<p>As noted above, we will be holding the meeting via our Zoom account, and so would ask you please to contact us via e mail at <a href="mailto:online@tagora.eu">online@tagora.eu</a> no later than 28 February if you wish to participate.</p>
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<p>An online play reading on Sunday February 27 and March 6 at 11am</p>
<p>A diffident widower attempts to escape loneliness by joining the local amateur light operatic society. By accident rather than by design (in fact, by not saying &#8220;no&#8221; to anything be it a request to obtain confidential information from his company or an offer of illicit sex) he advances from a small part to the lead. Parallels are skillfully drawn between The Beggar&#8217;s Opera and the day to day activities of the society which is performing it.</p>
<p>A hilarious comedy in two acts to which you are invited to read or listen by mailing us at online@tagora.eu by 21 February stating whether you&#8217;d like to read a part.</p>

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<h2 id="a-chorus-of-disapproval-by-alan-ayckbourne">A Chorus of Disapproval by Alan Ayckbourn</h2>
<p>An online play reading on Sunday February 27 and March 6 at 11am</p>
<p>A diffident widower attempts to escape loneliness by joining the local amateur light operatic society. By accident rather than by design (in fact, by not saying &#8220;no&#8221; to anything be it a request to obtain confidential information from his company or an offer of illicit sex) he advances from a small part to the lead. Parallels are skillfully drawn between The Beggar&#8217;s Opera and the day to day activities of the society which is performing it.</p>
<p>A hilarious comedy in two acts to which you are invited to read or listen by mailing us at online@tagora.eu by 21 February stating whether you&#8217;d like to read a part.</p>

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