A Short History of SETC
The idea of forming an English theatre company in Sitges grew from a conversation at the Casablanca Bar in Sitges. Many small towns and
villages in the UK have thriving amateur dramatic societies, so why
shouldn’t Sitges, with its large expatriate community, have one as well?
The enthusiasm of Brandon Jones, the bar owner, soon spread to the regulars and a meeting of interested people was first brought together in the autumn of 1999. A steering group prepared the way for the first Annual General Meeting, held in January 2000, when a committee was elected and Jimmy Gardiner was elected chairman.
Over the years we have come to perform mostly at the Antic Escorxador (the Old Slaughterhouse) in C/Joan Maragall, behind San Sebastian. Beach. However in recent years we have also performed at the Casino Prado Suburense, Societat Recreativa El Retiro, and at IAB (Institute of the Arts, Barcelona). Social events, like quizzes, comedy nights, themed evenings and barbecues are held at other suitable venues.
SETC is open to everybody interested in theatre in English. JOIN US!
SETC is a registered non-profit organisation, CIF V62470851
We are sponsored by Sitges Town Hall
SETC's Child Protection Policy
As an amateur company working with children Sitges English Theatre Company are committed to a child-centred approach.
We undertake to provide a safe environment and experience, where the welfare of the child/young person is paramount.
Our Child Protection Officers for SETC are:
Bridget Nelson 677082636 and
Jan Cooper 665369092.
As set out by Spanish legislation we have therefore formulated and published a Child Protection Policy which you can download in PDF format.