Philippe Quesne / CAMPO

Next Day


70 min

By invitation of the arts centre CAMPO, Philippe Quesne is working for the first time with children – just like Tim Etchells and Gob Squad before him. 13 small individuals form a quirky community, all of them are dancers, artists, musicians. With his inimitable view of ordinary moments, the French director Philippe Quesne creates a cosmos where the borders between dream and reality, language and music, loneliness and communality can be tried out.
Trailer (via vimeo)

Production: CAMPO, Ghent

Co-production: Theater Der Welt 2014, Mannheim; Festival d'Automne à Paris / Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers; LIFT, London; La Bâtie - Festival de Genève

With the support of: Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival, Groningen & HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin


By: Philippe Quesne / With: Marthe Bollaert, Tijl De Bleecker, Mona De Broe, Sven Delbaer, Fons Dhaenens, Lisa Gythiel, Lars Nevejans, Flo Pauwels, Sien Tillmans, Camiel Vanden Eynde, Lizzi Van de Vyver, Ona-Lisa Van Haver, Jaco Win Mei Van Robays / Artistic collaboration: Pol Heyvaert & Léo Gobin / Production assistance: Phéline Thierens / Technical direction: Philippe Digneffe / Technique: Bart Huybrechts


  • Past
    Sat 15.11.2014, 19:00 / HAU2
    Sun 16.11.2014, 17:00 / HAU2


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