Thomas Lebrun (FRA): Tel quel !
With Tel quel! Thomas Lebrun shoulders a new piece for youth audiences. The thematics dear to the choreographer – difference, tolerance, dreams and humour – are conjured up in a dynamic choreographed work borne by four players. Take your family along!
Age recommendation: 7+.
Duration: 55 min.
Ponten Pie (SPAIN): Loo
Visual theatre from Catalonia! As well as being the name of a hot dry wind that blows on summer afternoons in India, Loo is the name of the character in this show, Loo’s mission is to push the desert dunes and devastate the wet lands, seas and oceans it comes across, leaving the ships paralysed on the sand. A show about desertification for children aged from 2 to 5. A poetic and visual proposal. A sensorial experience that the young audience experiences directly on the stage.
United Dancers of Zuga (EST): meeleKolu/mindStuff
A show for lenient brats and open-minded tweens! United Dancers of Zuga is known for its playful style combining storytelling and dance.
Age recommendation: 5+
Duration: 50 min.
Tanssiteatteri Hurjaruuth: Flora & Fauna
Dive into the amazing world of nature by means of music, dance and video art!
Age recommendation: 2+
Jenni Kivelä: Kylli-koira ja elämisen sietämätön kepeys
Age recommendation: 3+
Favela Vera Ortiz ja Jukka Tarvainen: Aventuristi!
Age recommendation: 4+