European theatrical partnership and exchange program.

is the aim?

To develop a vision of European identity through theatrical projects and European exchanges

is involved?

Five theatres from around Europe enter bilateral partnerships with five theatres from the German Ruhr region

is it happening?

The program will run from June 2018 to November 2020

The Aim

What kind of Europe would you like to live in – and what are you willing to do for it?

This is the main question which the europfiction project aims to answer, using theatre as a means of exploration and expression. Each year, the partners collaborate in virtual space, culminating in a nine-day long summer camp.  

Summer Camps


The europefiction summer camp of 2019 took place at Consol Theater, in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. More


The 2020 summer camp was planned to be  by KJT, Dortmund. It has been postponed due to Covid to next year. For more details see

The Partners


January 2019

French-German workshop, Le Raincy Grand Paris.

July 2019

Summer camp at Consol Theater, Gelsenkirchen, Germany.

April 2020 [postponed]

French-German workshop Le Raincy Grand Paris.

July 2020 [postponed]

Summer camp at KJT Dortmund.

europefiction – art creates future

At the Schweitzer High School in Raincy, the europefiction workshop associates student volunteers with former high school students and university students (Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, EICAR

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europefiction – summer camp in Gelsenkirchen, Germany

The europefiction summer camp of 2019 took place at Consol Theater, in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. 12 French youngsters from the Paris region (including 7 from the Lycée Schweitzer du Raincy –

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europefiction 2.0 – Virtual Europe within your reach

Inviting 150 young people to imagine the Europe of tomorrow through artistic creation is the ambition of europefiction.   – Testimony of Quentin Pihou, participant of the project

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Europefiction – A Franco-German Saint-Nicholas!

As part of the europefiction project, La Transplanisphère works with students from the Albert Schweitzer high school in pairs with young people from Dortmund. In December, the participants from

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