Shakespeare's Women

Shakespeare's Women is a "moving and enthralling" journey through William Shakespeare's tragic, comic and historical plays, seen through the eyes of some of his legendary female characters.

Mothers of Freedom

A play depicting a meeting between Harriet Tubman and Pandita Ramabai, highlighting their friendship, solidarity, and shared struggle for women's rights.

On children - A video Poem

Introducing 'video-poems' inspired by Kahlil Gibran's cherished work, The Prophet! Through a blend of visuals, voice-over, and music, each creation is a collaborative endeavor with artists to capture the essence of Gibran's profound words in a visually captivating format.

Lucy and the Thoughts

Lucy experiences a "thinking meditation" where instead of blissful silence, her mind becomes a chatterbox, ready to discuss everything ever. Now, she's determined to tame her talkative, bubble-blowing thoughts.

Eternity In An Hour

An exploration of the life and genius of revolutionary artist and poet William Blake who is recognised today as one of the greatest artists Britain has ever produced.

Ein zauberhafter Sommernachtstraum

Shakespeare's masterpiece reimagined! Two actors, eighteen roles. Quick changes, dynamic storytelling and engaging audience interaction.

Hero & Zero

"Hero and Zero" emerges as a delightful evolution from the acclaimed 2006 play, "Friends." Building upon the rich foundation of its predecessor, it explores the dynamic interplay between ego, superego, and the quest for self-discovery.

William Blake's Divine Humanity

Set against a backdrop of Blake’s engravings, this innovative show brings to life his prophetic works, through music, verse and contemporary dance, in a way that has never been seen before.

Arsenic and Old Lace

TEV Theatre Lab's students staging this famous play by American playwright Joseph Kesselring.


A yogi battles his own Ego and Superego as they sabotage his quest for inner peace with distractions and criticism. Can he silence their voices and find true tranquility?


Sit back and journey into Andersen's rich world. His profound love for humanity, sharp societal satire, abundant wit, and unique ironic language usage have propelled the Danish poet to fame.


A Zen master's serenity is tested by his students. Despite challenges, he remains composed, teaching the lesson of inner peace. Each scene prompts the audience to reflect, mirroring Zen meditation.


TEV sheds new light on Goethe's Faust, depicting him as an intellectual yearning for something divine, transcending his own limitations.

The Magic Flute

Theatre of Eternal Values unveils Mozart's most spiritual opera, a mesmerizing journey through truth-seeking and faith's potency. It beckons audiences to ponder life's mysteries with Mozart's timeless melodies and profound human spirit exploration.

The Imaginary Invalid

Theatre of Eternal Values inaugural production from 1996 - 1998, showcased Molière's timeless play, delving into human folly, societal critique, and enduring archetypes, resonating across generations with its relevance to fundamental aspects of human nature and society.

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