Calendar

Our regular events – Open Stage and Play Readings – are open to anyone and free of charge. Non CTC members are welcome and no previous theatre experience is required, so they are a perfect opportunity to try something new. We occasionally hold events exclusively for CTC members but these will be advertised as such. Check out our calendar of events and join us for some good times!

Jul
17
Mon
Play reading @ The Globe
Jul 17 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

If you’ve never tried acting, our play reading events are a great place to start. It’s essentially off-stage acting. Depending on the number of characters in the chosen play, it may be that you have the chance to read for several characters. A great chance to test your versatility. Play reading events are also a great opportunity for us to assess a play as a potential future production.

You can choose to read a part or just sit and listen. We usually hang around for a chat afterwards.

Aug
21
Mon
Play reading @ The Globe
Aug 21 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

If you’ve never tried acting, our play reading events are a great place to start. It’s essentially off-stage acting. Depending on the number of characters in the chosen play, it may be that you have the chance to read for several characters. A great chance to test your versatility. Play reading events are also a great opportunity for us to assess a play as a potential future production.

You can choose to read a part or just sit and listen. We usually hang around for a chat afterwards.

Sep
1
Fri
Open Stage @ Cafe Cadeau
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Copenhagen Theatre Circle’s Open Stage event welcomes performers of all genres: poets, storytellers, stand-up comedians, singers, dancers, clowns, musicians, magicians, etc. etc. A call to artists old and new: this is the space you have been looking for to try out your work in front of an energetic and supportive audience. Copenhagen wants to see what you’ve got!

If you wish to come along and watch, just turn up – entry is free.

If you wish to perform, sign up in advance by contacting the Open Stage organisers at openstage@ctcircle.dk. Please provide the following information: your contact e-mail, genre, time desired (maximum 10 minutes) and a short summary of your piece.

Sep
18
Mon
Play reading @ The Globe
Sep 18 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

If you’ve never tried acting, our play reading events are a great place to start. It’s essentially off-stage acting. Depending on the number of characters in the chosen play, it may be that you have the chance to read for several characters. A great chance to test your versatility. Play reading events are also a great opportunity for us to assess a play as a potential future production.

You can choose to read a part or just sit and listen. We usually hang around for a chat afterwards.

Oct
16
Mon
Play reading @ The Globe
Oct 16 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

If you’ve never tried acting, our play reading events are a great place to start. It’s essentially off-stage acting. Depending on the number of characters in the chosen play, it may be that you have the chance to read for several characters. A great chance to test your versatility. Play reading events are also a great opportunity for us to assess a play as a potential future production.

You can choose to read a part or just sit and listen. We usually hang around for a chat afterwards.

Nov
17
Fri
Open Stage @ Cafe Cadeau
Nov 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Copenhagen Theatre Circle’s Open Stage event welcomes performers of all genres: poets, storytellers, stand-up comedians, singers, dancers, clowns, musicians, magicians, etc. etc. A call to artists old and new: this is the space you have been looking for to try out your work in front of an energetic and supportive audience. Copenhagen wants to see what you’ve got!

If you wish to come along and watch, just turn up – entry is free.

If you wish to perform, sign up in advance by contacting the Open Stage organisers at openstage@ctcircle.dk. Please provide the following information: your contact e-mail, genre, time desired (maximum 10 minutes) and a short summary of your piece.

Nov
20
Mon
Play reading @ The Globe
Nov 20 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

If you’ve never tried acting, our play reading events are a great place to start. It’s essentially off-stage acting. Depending on the number of characters in the chosen play, it may be that you have the chance to read for several characters. A great chance to test your versatility. Play reading events are also a great opportunity for us to assess a play as a potential future production.

You can choose to read a part or just sit and listen. We usually hang around for a chat afterwards.

Dec
18
Mon
Play reading @ The Globe
Dec 18 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

If you’ve never tried acting, our play reading events are a great place to start. It’s essentially off-stage acting. Depending on the number of characters in the chosen play, it may be that you have the chance to read for several characters. A great chance to test your versatility. Play reading events are also a great opportunity for us to assess a play as a potential future production.

You can choose to read a part or just sit and listen. We usually hang around for a chat afterwards.

Jan
15
Mon
Play reading @ The Globe
Jan 15 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

If you’ve never tried acting, our play reading events are a great place to start. It’s essentially off-stage acting. Depending on the number of characters in the chosen play, it may be that you have the chance to read for several characters. A great chance to test your versatility. Play reading events are also a great opportunity for us to assess a play as a potential future production.

You can choose to read a part or just sit and listen. We usually hang around for a chat afterwards.

Feb
19
Mon
Play reading @ The Globe
Feb 19 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

If you’ve never tried acting, our play reading events are a great place to start. It’s essentially off-stage acting. Depending on the number of characters in the chosen play, it may be that you have the chance to read for several characters. A great chance to test your versatility. Play reading events are also a great opportunity for us to assess a play as a potential future production.

You can choose to read a part or just sit and listen. We usually hang around for a chat afterwards.