Our Next Social Event

Will take place on:

11 September – 8pm

The Bar Room

The Warehouse, 69 Rue Waelhem, 1030 Brussels


After June’s highly successful and fun Just a Minute evening, the ECC is calling on its most proficient fibbers to take part in the next social event, a version of Would I Lie To You, hosted by Chris Jones, on 11 September.

The simple idea of the game is to convince members of the audience that you are telling the truth even when you are not – something that the highly skilled actors of the ECC should have no problem with whatsoever!

But even if you’ve never acted in your life, come along and have a go – as Just a Minute showed, our behind-the-scenes team definitely have the gift of the gab as well!

The event is free, but you will be able to buy food (sandwiches and crisps) and drink from the bar, to help with loosening those tongues and getting the creative juices flowing.

To sign up (so we can ensure there are enough bottles to go around) click here:



If you are not familiar with The Warehouse:  To enter, ring the white bell to the right of the big double gateway.  Go through the gates and enter the building on the left by the far door and go up to the first floor.

Next play reading

On 5 August at 7.45pm for 8pm start, we will meet Chez Barbara’s (rue Louis Hymans 20, Ixelles 1050) and William Mulhern will lead the reading – watch this space for further details.

Please register as coming along via a Doodle link: all you will have to do is click on the link, add your name to the list under ‘Table View’, click in the box and then ‘Save’ your entry.  If you have any problem with this, please do not hesitate to contact Janet – or simply to ring Mary on 02 345 8583 as usual! She has a message service if she’s not there.

The Doodle link to register that you will be coming along is:


For those of you who have not yet been to Barbara’s, her address is on the doodle.  Don’t hesitate to contact Mary or Janet if you have any questions.




Mrs Klein – by Nicholas Wright: 22-26 September 2015

Set in 1930s London, Mrs Klein is based on true events and real people. It features three strong-willed women – all of German/Austrian Jewish origin and, crucially, all psychoanalysts.  Tickets (€15) can be booked at http://thelittleboxoffice.com/ecc for performances at 8pm on 22 – 26 September 2015.  You can pay for tickets using most credit cards (via PayPal) or choose to reserve the tickets and pay by bank transfer (choose Bank Transfer (Reservation) at the end.