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Welcome to théâtre sans frontières - creating an international theatre of excellence that celebrates world languages and cultures

A truly international company with a wonderful mix of performers. They aim to develop a special rapport with their audience: to entertain, surprise and enchant them.
Marcello Magni, Director, Complicité

TSF is an award-winning touring theatre company based in Northumberland, England. We specialise in presenting work by world authors in the original language, mainly French, Spanish and English and tour to theatres, arts centres, schools and festivals in the UK and abroad.

Our patron is the internationally acclaimed Canadian director, Robert Lepage:

TSF has turned the stage into a space where differences between cultures and languages can be bridged - differences are not obstacles anymore, they become opportunities to tell stories to which people from all ages and from around the world can relate.

 

Contes Mauriciens

Mauritian Tales

Touring UK schools spring term, 26 January - 20 March 2015. In simple French for 9-13 year olds, KS2/3 Magic, mischief, wisdom and wonder...

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Heaven Eyes

A play adapted from the novel Heaven Eyes by David Almond In partnership with Alnwick Playouse "Some people will tell you none of these...

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The low down on STIs - the TSF way!

And now for something completely different! Earlier in the summer, TSF was commissioned by the Society for General Microbiology to produce a play for young people about sexually...

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David Almond backstage with TSF

David Almond, award-winning children's author, joined TSF during the development phase of their latest touring production Heaven Eyes, based on David's novel: "New...

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Trailer for our multi-media French language e-learning programme Le Tour de France, suitable for KS2. Available now at www.tsf-elearning.org.uk

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