Conversations (at the end of the world) sold out

Wednesday, November 15 2017, 8:30 PM - 11:59 PM (sold out)
Parktheater Eindhoven

It is not possible anymore to make a reservation for the excursion.


Students only

We're all looking for new experiences, right? So, are you up for a fascinating visit to the Parktheater?
You now have the chance to visit the theater performance Conversations (at the end of the world) together with friends and fellow students. This performance by theater company Het Zuidelijk Toneel received excellent reviews. Go with discount: the cost is only 7,50 Euros (instead of 27,50 Euros!), and if you register in advance you also participate in our lottery and have the chance to receive a free ticket (we then will refund your money). Don’t hesitate, subscribe now!


beauty in catastrophe

Five figures stand in an empty theatre space, accompanied only by the time they have left. Together, they form a portrait of humanity in the insane twentieth century, awaiting the inevitable catastrophe.

Wars, simmering conflicts, terrorism, ecological disasters… an ever-greater number of possible endings present themselves. Despite the shock, the figures continue to talk, perform, and play music. Beyond all efforts and hope – but with a robust sense of nonsense – they live in a state where a great many new possibilities emerge.

The oeuvre of Russian author Daniil Charms inspired the script, supplemented with work by contemporaries, crazy prophets and philosophers, and tweets from warzones. This piece is performed by star actors José Kuijpers, Johan Leysen, Jan Steen and Jeroen Van der Ven, accompanied by pianist Marino Formenti.

Language: Dutch – surtitles: English


Students only, costs €7,50. Register now and win a free ticket! To make a reservation click here.

(Among the people who made a reservation free tickets will be given away)

Nota bene: We will meet at 19:30 at the Parktheater and have a short talk with one of the producers.

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