The excellence acquired in the ambit of the European Cultural Cooperation by Mysteries and Drolls project has been able to attract the attention of the European Parliament: on 23rd May, in Bruxelles,  thanks to the direct and passionate interest of the Italian MEP Nicola Danti, the project will have the unique opportunity to be presented at European Parliament, in front of many Members of EU Parliament, as well as international representatives in the field of culture and cooperation of all countries (United Kingdom, Italy, Poland, Spain and Germany) involved in the Project. Among them, Hon. Mrs. Silvia Costa, and Hon. Luigi Morgano, members of the Cultural Commission of EU Parliament, Jerzy Karol Busek, past premier of Poland and past president of EU Parliament from 2009 to 2014, Mr. Giacomo Cucini, representative of Project Leader Comune di Certaldo, together will the representatives of all partners, as well as the managers of main cultural institutions of countries involved. The important result achieved, thanks to the committment of all of them, will be able to introduce Mysteries and Drolls as an excellent example of cultural co-operation. The project, designed by Project Leader Comune di Certaldo, foresees a  framework of research, training and experimentation, in an European and intercultural dimension, on the forms and languages of medieval theatre and jester arts, emphasizing the centrality of the forms of the sacred and the buffoon, which are the very roots of every theatrical form of today and represents a common and shared heritage for the whole continent. Nevertheless, view the recent concomitant announcement of the European Commission’s proposal to keep Creative Europe as a self-standing programme, with a budgetary increase from 1.4 billion Euros (2014-2020) to 1.8 billion euros (2021-2027), the presentation will be the unrepeatable occasion to underline to all MEPs attending that culture plays a central role in almost all European policy domains, thus encouraging European Member States and the European Parliament European to ensure a substantial and sustainable increase of the budget for culture.  We do hope that the presentation of project can become a very significant event for the future of European Theatre and that the cultural cooperation promoted by the project can be acknowledged by governments and by institutions of our continent.