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Events for 17 March 2018


100 % Circus

J. Auger & M. Hobitz [FI]

Circus gets us used to the extraordinary. Two men in skirts might be extraordinary for some, but these two have plenty of other exploits to show us. Such as a perch pole, hanging from their hair or even levitating. Nothing is impossible with these two strong chaps. In front of a sequinned curtain, they combine...

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Vos désirs sont désOrdres

La Bête à Plumes [BE]

When their masters are away, servants clear up and cause a mess. In joyful chaos, this juggling and musical duo creates a sparkling world around manipulating objects and musical jingles. They juggle fans, umbrellas and rhythmic balls. A bench rolls around and a blind is raised and lowered. But everything is under control. With a...

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Rien à dire

Léandre [ES]

He’s heading home on a very windy evening. Home is a house without walls, full of empty spaces. Like an island in the middle of the city. With his shapeless rough woollen suit and his bowler hat, he could go unnoticed. But Léandre the clown has unbelievable presence. Without speaking a word, he shares his...

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Cie Samuel Mathieu [FR]

The boundaries between circus and dance are always shifting. For Guerre (War), the choreographer Samuel Mathieu drew inspiration from a ballet film that was devised by Yves Klein in 1954, but never made. The show, which involves three dancers and three aerial strap artists, can be read as a metaphor for human emotion. The straps...

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TourS de Pis(t)e

Aujourd’hui, le Cirque s’exprime encore à travers les « Numéros », ces formes courtes, voire très courtes, sorte d’hyper concentré de techniques, d’efforts physiques intenses & d’émotions plurielles. A l’affiche de ces Tours de Pis(t)e, 8 Numéros originaux, pour un voyage cosmopolite au cœur des couleurs du cirque actuel : mât chinois, roue cyr, trapèze...

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