Crooked House Theatre Company

Established in 1993, Crooked House is a theatre and arts organisation based in Newbridge, County Kildare, working with artists, actors, and non-actors in a range of settings to develop new performance material.
We work mainly with young and emerging performers, supporting a vibrant youth organization and a well developed outreach and educational programme.
We collaborate with a network of European theatres and youth-theatres, mostly though the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, making projects, performances and exchanges across the continent.


A Stage for the Curious
BeyondBühne is the place where young people can develop through arts. Here you are taken seriously. You can be the way you are. Act out!
We aim to holistically promote the individual development of all people through the performing arts so they can act reflectively, empathetically and responsibly. As a focal point of an international network, we regularly offer all members possibilities for international exchange.
I trust the people here and, therefore, I can express these feelings from deep inside. And that is what I cherish about BeyondBühne. – Marlene Anaiis T., 10

Pirineus Creatius

Pirineus Creatius is a youth and community arts organisation from the heart of the Catalan Pyrenees. Diversity, inclusion and cohesion are our values and nature and its beauty is our inspiration. We believe that we can make this world a better place to co-create through transformative art practices: some fusion of drama, music, film and.. creativity!

Rogaland Teater

The Children and Youth Theatre (BUT) was founded in 1957 and is an integral part of the Rogaland Theater, one of Norway’s leading theatres. BUT’s main activity is “The CLUB”, which provides weekly theatre training for 350 children and young people aged 8 – 20. BUT do 4- 5 full scale productions a year. All our productions are done at a professional level; the same way we do any other performance at the Rogaland Theater. Not all of the members get to perform in a production. The main goal of the Club is to give children and young people a chance to develop themselves and gain confidence through working with theater.