Performances, podcasts, videos, seminars
and other productions at Klockriketeatern during the season 2021-22

Video premiere!
To celebrate Klockriketeatern's 30th anniversary we want to take a look back at our biggest production to date, Aniara: fragments of time and space. We're now publishing four new videos from the piece, as well as new blog texts by the artistic team. See them here!
On tour

This carnivalesque interpretation of William Shakespeare's classic honors the original language and text, while bringing the age old questions of power and honor to a present day context. Perfomances in Finnsh and Swedish at Universum Theatre House, as a co-production with Sirius Teatern.

Watch the reading here
As an act of solidarity with the people and the theater community in Belarus, Klockriketeatern is reading Andrei Kureichik's play – together with theaters around the world. The reading is published as a video, in English.
Listen to the podcast here
Conversations about performing art. Together with artists, scholars and other theater professionals we discuss different aspects of creating and experiencing theater. You can subscribe to Shakespearepodden in your own podcast app.
Download a free summary of the book
Multilingualism in theater: How do we understand spoken text? How does the message reach the audience, despite language – and by what means? In our book Adventures in Languageland (2019) and in different seminars we present creative solutions for making multilingual theater. 

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