This is the title of the first workshop from Marionetes Nòmades. We have created it for the program of environmental workshops of the Diputació of Barcelona. The aim: to sensitize the youngest on the climate change. We had the first workshop a couple of weeks ago in Sant Feliu del Llobregat and, since then, we have already realized it in some schools of Sant Vicenç de Montalt and i Castellterçol as well as in Palafolls’s library. Stirred into action by the Doctor Climàtic (a glove puppet) and with the help of his assistant of laboratory Simon, the workshop uses the theatre of silhouettes, some activities and games … Continued
We are very happy to be back, this weekend, in the smallest theatre of Barcelona: La Puntual. And we are also very excited to disembark for the very first time with our short documentary “The Puppets Cemetery” in a new space in town that is becoming a centre of creation and experimentation around puppets and theatre of objects: La Caja Fuerte. We Will look for “The Treasure of the Pirate” Friday 20th of February at 18h, Saturday 21st at 18h and Sunday 22nd at 12 and 17h into La Puntual (C/ Allada Vermell, 15). If you have not yet seen … Continued
It’s been a truly nomadic summer for us: after our shows in Tantarantana Theatre, in Sabadell, at la Festa Major of Raval, in South Korea, in Planoles and at Vibra Balboa Festival, we close the season performing in Belgium. These are our dates: – Saturday 13/09, 16h. Ans’art Day, Ansart. – Sunday 14/09, 16h. Bellefontaine, Fête des Fleurs. – Saturday 20/09, 16:45h. Journée Internationale de la Paix. La Tentation, Place du Béguinage. Bruxelles. – Sunday 21/09, 16:30h. Fête à Mouscron. 100 bis rue de Neuville, Mouscron.
One week ago we landed in Barcelona six month after our departure. Bretagne, A Coruña, Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Guadaloupe, Haiti, Dominican Republic. Thousands of nautical miles and hundreds of kilometers. During these months we played more than thirty times, twenty in Haiti, and we filmed dozens of hours. We are finally back home and we feel that we changed, that we are not the same persons that left a few months ago, as it happens every time you live a great trip. We helped sewing the sail and building the mast for an old fishing ship like the Rêve … Continued
Haiti’s capital is a nearly one million people city that lies between the sea and the mountain. It’s impressive to rise the eyes and see the neighbourhoods spreading in the heights, where families lives in a labyrinth of shacks, stairs and small trails that you can only reach by foot. There’s no running water, neither black water canalisation system and the electricity depends on the unreliable EDH (that is working, in contrast, very well, since the Football World Cup started). In Carrefour Feuilles, a neighbourhood alike those just described, we shared three days of shooting with Lintho Casimir, a young … Continued