Saturday 24th February
Lënster Lycée International School, Junglinster,
ALICE IN WONDERLAND, a new adaptation of the famous Lewis Carroll novel by Sarah Lippert
Children’s Show (All ages) 45 mins
Alice in Wonderland. Everyone knows the story. But even Alice cannot escape the passage of time. But despite everything, despite digitalization, despite COVID, despite Instagram, they still exist: Alice, the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts…
This production of Lewis Carroll‘s classic proves that the story about the incredible power of children‘s imagination has lost none of its appeal, even in modern times. So, get ready for Five o‘clock tea with the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and LLIS Theatre Project!
Lycée classique de Diekirch
INNOCENT WITNESS by Geoff Rose-Michael
Drama (12+) 40 mins
A mundane visit to a local shop leaves Julia in an unenviable position as she is caught up in an armed robbery. She agrees to give a statement to the police. But when she discovers that there was more to the robbery than she thought, she finds herself caught in a moral dilemma with dangerous consequences.
Lycée Michel Lucius
SPLIT by Bradley Hayward
“Dramedy” (12+) 40 mins
Children of divorce are united through humour in this honest and theatrical look at the day-to-day reality of what it’s like to be in a family that has been torn apart. As these teenagers navigate a winding road that includes new bedrooms, new siblings and new responsibilities, they begin to put the pieces of their broken homes back together.
Atelier des Arts
THROWBACK THURSDAY by Justin Flowers
Comedy (10+) 40 mins
Chaos theory tells us that small changes in initial conditions can result in significant changes later, like the flutter of a butterfly’s wings might cause a typhoon halfway across the world. In terms of time travel, it’s called a time paradox, and it’s the very thing that keeps DeeDee from trying out her new time machine she’s invented using household items, including her sister’s curling iron. Unfortunately for DeeDee and her friends — and for the state of all mankind, really — Tony didn’t pay enough attention in school last week. She’s flunked her algebra test, so she dismisses DeeDee’s warnings and borrows the hat-shaped time travel device for a quick trip back to last Thursday to warn past Tony, in hopes of saving her current self from summer school. But she changes a little too much, so she goes back again… and again…