stet heartSTET is funded by the Municipality of The Hague

STET is structural funding from the Municipality of The Hague for the coming four years (2017-2020). Although less than hoped for the yearly subsidy will provide STET with a solid base to build a continuous program.

Board and Team or STET like to express their deep thanks to the many that voiced their concerns. It worked!

For the future: keep coming to our performances! As you will understand, the remaining 80% of the budget still has to be covered from other sources .... but with your help and support we have full confidence that we will manage this.

Be our ambassadors and enjoy the future with us! 


Press Release

STET's Press releases are in Dutch AND in English. 
For more information and any photographes used on this website in high resolution,
please contact our Press and PR colleague Colinda van der Zalm (

cry havoc thumbnailThe Hague Shakespeare Fringe Weekend: Shakespeare Unlimited

19 - 22 April 2018

Click here for the Dutch and English Press Release
The programme of the weekend includes CRY HAVOC and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (5+)
Thursday 19 – Sunday 22 April 2018 Koninklijke Schouwburg - Het Paradijs - The Hague




Volunteers Needed for summer 2017

"Alone we can do a little, together we can do so much! Helen Keller

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on and off seminarSTET Education Department invited to Spain, Ezcaray

It is with great pleasure that STET The English Theater announces that its Education Department has a European Erasmus + exchange project. Click here ...



BOOK LIST and LINKS to participants Shakespeare and Just War


24 April 2016 Theater at the Spui The Hague,
click here ...

stet in the press


6 November 2015 -  DutchNews 
24 April 2016 - The Hague Central

student discount card STET backLAMIDISC, the student discount card 

STET launches LAMIDISC last minute student discount card for its performances! Join for only € 3.00 per show.

For only € 15.00 students can get the LAMIDISC card, click here 



Photo Sir Geoffrey Adams Patron STETThe British Ambassador to the Netherlands,

Sir Geoffrey Adams agrees to become STET's patron  ......




2008 Winner of The Writers Guild of Great Britain Award for The Encouragement of New Work