Sering vzw realises long-term projects (productions), projects in cooperation with or on behalf of other organisations (co-productions), even internationally, and short-term projects that lead to presentations (toonmomenten). Choose from the menu below to learn more about our past productions.

SWCHWRM, A portrait of the artist as a young kid:

SAT 04/12/2010 - Festival 0090: Wereldculturencentrum Zuiderpershuis, Antwerp T. +32 3 248 01 00
SUN 05/12/2010 - Festival 0090: Wereldculturencentrum Zuiderpershuis, Antwerp T. +32 3 248 01 00

SWCHWRM is the story of a boy who tries to develop a language for the world he's discovering.

First Love:

First Love

On Friday 14, Saturday 15, Sunday 16 May
Friday 21, Saturday 22, Sunday 23 May
Friday 28, Saturday 29, Sunday 30 May, 2010
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm
booking advised: 03-272.03.30 or by mail
tickets at 7 euro / 5 euro (-12/65+

Daar waar het gras groener is (20-05-2009):

Monday morning.
A single office.
Ten co-workers. Eleven chairs.
Kevin is ill. Or is it another quarrel with his lover.
Twenty  lingering feet. Ten mugs of coffee. Muttering.
And then silence. Only the computer keyboards talk. Tikketik.
Like ten chronographs. Tikketik.
They work. Absent-minded. Each one occupied by their own thoughts.
Each one floating in their small boat towards the other side.
Where the grass is greener.

vzw Sahara (7-11-2008) :

The support group for immigrant women and girls (Steunpunt Allochtone Meisjes en Vrouwen - SAMV) and Sering present 'vzw Sahara'?
A boys' play about 'girls'.
Immigrant boys let you take a look at the way they see relations, women, mothers and being in love! With the tea-shop Sahara as a backdrop we get to know the ups and downs and the ins and outs of boys and 'their' women.

Maniok en Patatten - DVD (26-10-2008) :

An African child refuses to look his teacher into her eyes when she speaks to him.
The teaches interprets this as a lack of respect and attention.
The African child doesn't understand this. In his culture, a child should not look into the eyes of an adult out of respect.

A project about the day-to-day consequences of cultural differences between Africa and Europe.

Pépé's eiland (16-02-2008):

We are pleased to announce the birth of our first project for the Virtual School:

A group of kids is looking for rare shells on an uninhabited island. At the eve of their departure, they get lost after a fiery storm leaves the beach unrecognisable. During their search for their ship that will leave the same evening, they learn by coincidence that the island isn't really uninhabited.
When Tommy, the youngest of the group, finds a beautiful shell and wants to take it home with him, the children enter into a strange story... the story of the island and its original inhabitants.

Een bruid voor Sarfo (23-06-2007):

At the demand of PINA, the bureau for new immigrants in Antwerp, Sering made a project with newcomers in town about marriage habits in different cultures.

A would-be bridegroom travels around the world with his mother: Nepal, Tibet, Azerbaidjan, Ethiopia, Mongolia,... There are beautiful women everywhere, and magnificent marriage ceremonies, but not one of the potential brides owns a costume for the groom. He continues to search and search until he finds the woman that has the right outfit for him. And then there is a grand feast of course.

Het avontuur zonder muts (31-03-2007):

At the demand of the Cultural Centre and several organisations in Mortsel, Sering started in 2006 a project with people with a handicap with the perspective of creating a theatre production.

Cowboy Don Diego wakes up in the middle of the city. He meets the Elf Elf Elfs, the dangerous Frisco Jack and other crazy characters. Will he find his lost father, or on the contrary lose his heart?

Een verhaaltje voor het slapengaan (24-02-2007):

The project started in March 2006. The proposal was to make, at the occasion of the 25 years of existence of the special youth care organisation De Touter vzw, a theatre play with some twenty kids from the home assistance groups and the day centres of De Touter, Tandem, Taimoen, Tracee...

Maniok en Patatten leven samen in het donker (11-11-2006):

African women are often confronted with incomprehension and wrong interpretation of what they and their youngsters do. Through theatre, the African women of Mwangaza and Apimee take their public along into their world and the daily contacts with their environment in Antwerp. Encounters in the neighbourhood, on public transport, in hospital, in school... illustrate that those contacts aren't always evident. What we see is not always what it seems.