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April 11, 2019
Seminar program with Kollegium
In connection with Heaven & Hell, a seminar program with focus on mythology, ritual and theatre is arranged by Kollegium in collaboration with Poste Restante, Gothenburg's Association for Philosophy and Psychoanalysis and Textival. At three occasions in April and May, the seminars explore how tragedies from the Greek canon can serve as a relevant language to contemporary experiences. Read more...


April 2, 2019
Ticket release: HEAVEN & HELL
Tickets are now available to Heaven & Hell, an immersive performance in the form of a secret society that through their rituals examine and loose the mythological language we turn to in order to better understand our lives and ourselves. The performance is co-produced by Skogen and will be shown eight evenings in April and May 2019 at Gathenhielmska huset in Gothenburg. Première: 17th of April. Read more...


March 22, 2019
New performance by Poste Restante and Osynliga teatern at Riksteatern’s congress
In connection to Riksteatern's congress in Karlstad in May, the new performance "The Reason Why" is performed. The performance is created by Poste Restante in collaboration with Osynliga teatern and commissioned by Cullberg. Read more…


March 8, 2019
Première: HEAVEN & HELL
In April, our upcoming performance HEAVEN & HELL has its première in Gothenburg. HEAVEN & HELL is the second, independent part of Poste Restante’s diptych about tragedy as form and function. The performance is co-produced by Skogen and performed in collaboration with Studio Gathenhielm in Gathenhielmska huset, a listed building of great lineage, built in 1743. Read more…


February 15, 2019
Linn Hilda Lamberg starts PhD in directing
Linn Hilda Lamberg, the artistic director of Poste Restante, is starting a PhD in directing at the Department of Performing Arts at Stockholm University of the Arts, spring 2019. In her research project, the Vulnerable Director, by using her vast experience from immersive and participatory stage practices, she aims to formulate a constructive criticism against conventions connected to the role of the director and explore how directing could be reformulated as a vulnerable act of admitting desire. Read more…


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