Below you will find ERLNMYR’s offer of sci­ence the­ater shows. Com­pa­nies, muse­ums, libraries, uni­ver­si­ties, schools and oth­er organ­i­sa­tions look­ing to present sci­ence in an enter­tain­ing way, can always call on ERLNMYR. We have played shows at the Sound of Sci­ence Fes­ti­val, Sci­ence Day in Antwerp, the I Love Sci­ence fes­ti­val and at a vari­ety of schools, enter­pris­es and organisations.


An impro­vised the­atre show and a live Tur­ing test sci­ence exper­i­ment! A chat­bot equipped with arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence tries to pass as human as it secret­ly sends lines to one of the actors via an ear­piece. Can you unmask the robot that plays theatre?


Koninkrijk der Weetgierigen

In this curi­ous par­tic­i­pa­to­ry the­atre, Odis­ee and ERLNMYR take chil­dren from the age of 10 into the research world of sci­ence phi­los­o­phy. The house­keep­ers of the roy­al fam­i­ly guide you through their fairy­tale where the most impor­tant roles are per­formed by the chil­dren them­selves: the princess, the king, the queen. The main ques­tion remains: is it smart to doubt? 



Hoofd­stof is an excit­ing impro­vised game show full of humour, live music and sci­ence, devel­oped espe­cial­ly for the first two years of sec­ondary school. Togeth­er with a host and a sci­en­tist, the audi­ence strives to win enough fic­tion­al funds for an impor­tant research project. With our web appli­ca­tion on their smart­phone, the stu­dents can share their ideas, opin­ions and answers live with the actors on stage. This input is imme­di­ate­ly used in the scenes and forms the foun­da­tion of a show that is unique at each iteration.


Wrap-up of your event

Look­ing for a way to wrap up your event in an enter­tain­ing man­ner? Then impro­vi­sa­tion­al the­ater is the way to go! We com­pose an end to your event by play­ful­ly sum­ma­riz­ing the dif­fer­ent sub­jects of the day. A great way to end con­fer­ences, study days and seminars!

So is this love?

Love is a loaded word, with many mean­ings. Katrien and Ben explore var­i­ous rela­tion­ships, and what love means. 

Dur­ing this mono­logue med­ley, the cre­ators encour­age you to think about con­cepts of love which might suit you, or which you want to endorse. 

Love comes in many shapes and forms, and is man­made. Espe­cial­ly for (but not lim­it­ed to) young peo­ple this real­i­sa­tion can be both lib­er­at­ing and bewildering.


Full STEAM Ahead

The show that adds the A of Arts to STEM! With input from the audi­ence, our sci­en­tif­ic actors cre­ate amus­ing char­ac­ters and intrigu­ing sto­ries. Ancient sci­en­tif­ic the­o­ries or the most recent devel­op­ments? No sub­ject too com­pli­cat­ed to become the inspi­ra­tion for bite-sized impro­vi­sa­tion­al the­ater! Thanks to the live music, the audi­ence is cap­ti­vat­ed by the enchant­i­ng sto­ries. Who would have imag­ined to say that about a sci­ence show?