Orlando, My Political Biography
Documentary

Orlando, My Political Biography

A film by Paul B. Preciado
Inside
Documentary

Inside

A film by Claire Juge
Via Injabulo / Via Katlehong
Live Show

Via Injabulo / Via Katlehong

A film by Josselin Carré
Green Jail
Documentary

Green Jail

A film by Yin-Yu Huang
Nude At Heart
Documentary

Nude At Heart

A film by Yoichiro Okutani
Body Concert / Ambiguous Dance Company Orlando, My Political Biography Inside Via Injabulo / Via Katlehong Green Jail Nude At Heart

A band of seven men, bursting with intense, yet multi-layered masculine energy, delve into manifold themes such as change and sensuality.

An invitation to study the too little-known world of sign language !

Akram Khan’s Desh was an instant hit with audiences and critics alike when it was first presented in 2011. Now, Akram Khan Company, and Theatre-Rites director Sue Buckmaster have adapted Khan’s much-loved production for children aged 7+ and their families. Chotto Desh, meaning ‘small homeland’, draws on Khan’s unique quality of cross-cultural storytelling, creating a compelling tale of a young man’s dreams and memories from Britain to Bangladesh. Using a magical mix of dance, text, visuals and…

A French couple just enter, like a virus in a Mexican landscape full of legends and symbols, where is told stories of ghosts, murders, kidnappings and violence…

I am dreaming of this piece as a remedy. A remedy from the rituals of Western theatre, its frontality, its strict temporality, its relationship to power. Therefore, we will be performing within a closed space, without wings or sets. Close to one another. Limited in number. All on the same level, no risers, no fourth wall. Withinthese conditions, one can choose one’s own viewing hour, as the show will take place several times per day…

Prolific New York choreographer Jonah Bokaer will perform two pieces that are emblematic of his collaboration, since 2007, with visual artist Daniel Arsham: Why Patterns and RECESS. Also on the bill: the French premiere of their latest work, Rules Of The Game, inspired by Pirandello’s stageplay Il Gioco Delle Parti and featuring an original score by Pharrell Williams – his first ever for a piece of choreography, recorded by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.

Romeo and Juliette. Francis and Clara. Two couples that form just one. They only have one night for them. Just one night to live and relive their love whose outcome we know. They are the duet of Shakespeare and Prokofiev. The couple of yesterday and today. They are those intrepid, eternal childrens, those fiery teenagers, those adults tight against each other, trying to protect themselves against the raging world. Crossed by the sensations of pleasure,…

Acrobatics is a gem in Morocco’s cultural heritage, known for its pyramids and circular figures. The Groupe Acrobatique de Tanger, set up over a decade ago by trad acrobats with a modern outlook, is now returning to its roots: the show’s Arabic title means “circular festive show”. The twelve performers express their world’s contradictions – sacred/profane, spectacular/invisible, authentic/borrowed. They also share their music, in the form of declaimed poetry, singing and percussion.

Philippe Decouflé is a creator of dreamlike metamorphoses, who finds inspiration in both high and popular culture and who dismantles accepted customs and mores through his use of the spectacular, the burlesque, and the bizarre. With Contact, he creates a musical and visual comedy, an irrational tale of our (super-)human passions. A troupe of sixteen dancers, actors, singers and musicians play upon our collective memory by putting together a musical. What are these artists up…