Antoine Pohu


Antoine Pohu is a writer and playwright working between Luxembourg and Brussels. He has published several short stories in literary magazines and authored two novels, "La Quête" (Op der Lay, 2020) and "Parfois la nuit se tait" (Capybarabook, 2023). He holds a master's degree in performing arts from ULB, where he specialized in dramaturgy and writing. He has been involved in various theatrical projects, including the Luxembourg interdisciplinary collective Maskénada, the circus company Triovule, and the company XB312. He has also interned with director Léa Drouet and playwright Camille Louis and is a supervising librettist on an inclusive and participatory opera project with refugees, organized by the Fondation EME. He is active in the Inclusive Festival of Engaged Arts, contributing to its organization and programming.