Family outings…or not this week

There must be something magical about these “tree fairies” as other fairies have bent over them before. Also very talented. Beginning with the duo Agnès and Joseph Doherty in writing, acting and music. They benefited from the benevolent but very sharp looks of Renaud Cojo and Sonia Millot. Finally, the scenography was developed by another strong duo: Philippe Casaban and Eric Charbeau, the lights by Eric Blosse and the costumes by Muriel Leriche.

So many good reasons to discover all this week this musical and poetic tale inspired by a famous Irish legend according to which the trees harbor fairies who must be respected and protected in order to preserve the forest’s hidden riches. In the rhythm of the songs, the audience learns that the forest heals, why the laurel symbolizes victory or how the trees can communicate with each other. A playful, rhythmic, humorous and ecological show.

“Les Fées de l’Arbre” from Tuesday 19 to Saturday 23 April at 2.30pm and Sunday 24 at 4pm, Théâtre du Pont Tournant. From age 6. Information and ticket office: https://www.billetweb.fr/les-fees-dans-larbre

Leïla Martial, a “Jazz Victory” in Cenon

The singer Leïla Martial, crowned best vocal artist at the Victoires du Jazz 2020, invites the audience of the Rocher de Palmer to discover the polyphony of the Aka people who live in the forests of Central Africa. Their soft melodies, accompanied by percussion, were included in the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2003. With two other French singers, the singer has built a complete project (a show, an album, a documentary) born from her meeting with singers and percussionists the Aka people. A human adventure that brings to life unique songs connected to the pulse of life.

With the group NDima (aka People of the Republic of the Congo): Angélique Manongo, Emile Koule, Nadège Ndzabole, voice; Gaston Motambo, Michel Kossi, drums, musical bow, vocals, under the artistic direction of Sorel Eta. Thursday April 21 at 8:30 p.m. at the Rocher de Palmer. 22 euros/10 euros.

“Oceania, the Circus Odyssey” in Bouscat

The Medrano troupe settles in Bouscat from April 22nd to May 1st.

The Medrano troupe settles in Bouscat from April 22nd to May 1st.

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The show “Oceania” by the Medrano troupe aims to be a unique experience, a new circus with traditional ingredients coupled with immersion in a fantastic world, a journey to discover another continent. Under the big circus tent, the sets and the atmosphere will immerse the audience in the world of Oceania and its ships, where clowns, jugglers, trapeze artists, acrobats or even acrobats evolve, because we remain in the circus anyway. Under a marquee at the Hippodrome du Bouscat from April 22nd to 1stis can. Prices: 19 to 55 euros. Timetables and information on https://spectacle-oceania.fr/. 05 34 56 46 08 or 09 70 80 87 22.

In Libourne, at the Fest’arts preview

After a week-long creative residency at the Le Liburnia Theater where Compagnie Née d’un Doubt worked on their new show “Parallel World”, it’s time to test it in real conditions. An important phase of the work that the public can discover before its final form, which will be presented at Fest’arts this summer. Until Friday to discover this solo for the story of a lonely man, the circus adaptation for public space of the graphic novel of the same name by Clément Charbonnier-Bouet.

Place de l’Armistice, next to rue du 1is RAC in Libourne. Reservation required at 05 57 74 13 14 or at liburnia@festarts.com

Rap with Sopico in Bordeaux and Kikesa in Cenon

Sopico, rapper with “free music”.

Sopico, rapper with “free music”.

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In co-production with the Rock School Barbey and the Rocher de Palmer, the rapper Sopico released his first album at the end of 2021. “Nuages” claims its melodic rap, fueled by sharp guitars and instruments, is coveted as free music. He will be at the Rock School on Thursday April 21 at 8:30 p.m. (22 to 25 euros) with the first part of Bordeaux Logan in La Mélodie, who will come to distill his rap accompanied by his electric cello .

Kikesa defines himself as a “hippie rapper” in reference to his “Hippie Sunday (DDH)”, exclusive tracks offered every Sunday for a year on his Youtube channel. He’s at the Rocher de Palmer on Friday 22 April at 20:30 (26 euros).

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