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The company Art Move Concept is famous for their breath-taking shows mixing hip-hop, classical dance and pantomime. In their latest creation, nine dancers tell their personal stories and their difficulties of finding their own style.
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In this award-winning show, which has toured for more than ten years, two clowns perform a classical concerto whose eccentricity has the audience shaking with laughter.
Yoann Bourgeois returns to the Escher Theater with a brand-new acrobatic show, to mesmerize the audience as a breath-taking trapezist, flying fakir, magic dervish and bird-like singer.
In this intimate production, texts from Kafka and contemporary Edouard Louis answer each other in order to question the mechanisms of domination and social violence.
Bartok and Pipp have only one wish: to finally start their fitness workout. But they keep getting interrupted by the weird noises coming from the other side of the neighbouring wall. They listen carefully. The weird noises are music, captivating music!
The Flying Dutchman in Esch. The Harmonie Municipale of Esch/Alzette uses Wagner's opera of this famous ghost vessel as a starting point for a concert around maritime adventures.
Pure movement, pure beauty! After the exhilarating performance L’Homme à tête de chou, the great pioneer of the Nouvelle danse Jean-Claude Gallotta calls on his own imagination, as well as the dancers' and the audience's.
To start the new year with a bang, Gast Waltzing connects two different worlds: on the one hand the classic orchestra of the institut Royal supérieur de Musique from Namur and hip hop dancers and rappers on the other.
Go ! combines humor, sensuality and explosiveness and articulates a common thread between dance and martial arts: the perfection and beauty of movement.
Leandre Ribera and the company La Tal honour the tradition of the red noses and simultaneously breathe new life into this much-loved art form.
Theatre collective Transquinquennal reunites five actresses and actors who do not speak the same language. They explore the possibilities of misunderstanding and confusion. Will they be able to communicate?
You cannot put a label on Jonas and Esther Slanzi. In this parable of life and love, the two artists combine speed, airiness, acrobatics, tricks and theatre, and amaze their audience.
The boxing ring becomes a stage for dancers who take turns in fighting and reconciling – all to the live music of the Debussy Quartet. Breathtaking!
Big Box is about a box on stage. A box? Or is it a giant package? Or a phone booth, an elevator, a workshop, a changing room? Endless possibilities that surprise and fascinate young audiences.
For it’s second concert of the season, the Harmonie Municipale Esch/Alzette gives a glimpse into their musical programme for the World Expo in Dubai 2020.
Contemporary dance prodigy Po-Cheng Tsai, who is internationally renowned for his outstanding choreographies, presents two compelling ballet pieces that combine great technique with traditional Asian movements.
In this highly optimistic show, which has sold out since 2015, five men completely undress and dazzle the audience with their acrobatic stunts.
A little girl wakes up with a big lie. The lie little by little takes the shape of a red ball and becomes impossible to get rid off. How to tell truth now?
Welcome to The Assembly: a multisensory journey, during which movements are transformed into music.
With Mailles, the choreographer, singer and author Dorothée Munyaneza created a dance and vocal performance for seven female African or of African descent artists. Each of their voices and bodies tells a unique story of commitment and strength.
In Miet Warlops After All Springville a house is standing on stage. The house is a springboard, a trampoline for the imagination. Are we ready for the leap into the unknown?
Who said it was impossible? Certainly not José Galan. For the Sevillian choreographer flamenco is less about heel tapping than about the pure and simple expression of emotions.
Who wrote the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? Human nations, united rights re-enacts the negotiations preceding the composition of the UDHR.
A dancer takes the audience on a journey to discover all the senses. On a playfully designed stage, she feels the materiality of the objects around her, brings them to life and handles them delicately.
Choreographer Annick Pütz is giving a workshop for parents and children during which they are given playful guidance on how to start moving purposefully, engaging with rhythm and dance.
PATE est un projet éducatif et culturel qui permet aux jeunes de découvrir le spectacle vivant par la pratique artistique.
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