planning and scheduling software

#DIESE is a planning and scheduling system for theatres, operas, ballets, museums, music ensembles, but also entertainment and cultural organisations.
The software makes event and venue management easy. #DIESE addresses staff scheduling issues as well as artistic planning, inventory or marketing matters.

As database centered around your projects, events or artistic productions, the system helps you gain perspective over your activities, reduce mistakes and gain time to focus on the most valuable tasks.


Planning and scheduling system at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

A little gem of a tool for theatre management.
DIESE enables the streamlining of planning management, from the programming years in advance to the very day of the concert.
Any of us can enter information relating to his or her own service, and others are able to know about it and to view it : a considerable time saving.

Michel Franck - General Director at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Costumes, wigs and make-up management software at Staatstheater Stuttgart

We save time by entering information only once, which is then used in many documents.
Measurement exports are useful for costume cutters, wardrobe entry and exit statements help the dressers during the show, scenarios show which artist is wearing which costume at which scene.

Elke Wolter - Head of Costume at Die Staatstheater Stuttgart
Planning and scheduling system for Festival d'Aix-en-Provence

#Diese’s strength lies in its customisability. The software configuration and the structure of the data are designed around the client’s vision, vocabulary, concepts, workflows and rules.

Josep Folch - Technical Director at Festival d’Aix-en-Provence

#DIESE is modular and highly configurable.
Discover its features and combine them, to build the solution that meets your needs.


Drottningholms Slottsteater, near Stockholm, has started using #DIESE as its planning system
#DIESE at Drottningholms Slottsteater!

Friday, 7th February 2020

The historical theatre built in the XVIIIth century welcomes visitors during the day and an opera audience at night.

Happy new year 2020!
A wonderful year!

Friday, 3rd January 2020

The number of houses using #DIESE has nearly doubled in 2019, in 4 new countries, while the software is translated into new languages.

Lyon Contemporrary Art Biennale started using #DIESE for its staff scheduling in 2019
Scheduling made easy at Biennale de Lyon

Monday, 23rd December 2019

One of Lyon’s most iconic cultural events has implemented #DIESE to schedule activities and employees in many venues across the city.

Comédie de Genève now uses #DIESE to build and share its planning, to schedule administrative, artistic and technical teams, and to make its inventory
A fresh start for Comédie de Genève

Wednesday, 2nd October 2019

Getting ready for its reopening in 2020, the Swiss theatre implements #DIESE’s planning, staff scheduling and inventory modules.