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Radical Hope No 2 / Fragility

by Fleischlin/Meser

A participatory project with young performers. A place where strangely dishevelled individuals live. The characters cannot be classified as men or women, young or old, from here or elsewhere. In this way they defy categorisation and over-ride our system of order.

Südpol LucerneLucerne, Switzerland

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jungspund festival

The first appearance of this new theatre festival for young audiences is devoted to the Swiss theatre scene. With two premieres, two co-productions and eight current productions, «jungspund» offers a cross-section of the artistic diversity of the theatre scene in Switzerland.

LokremiseSt. Gallen, Switzerland

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Cargo Congo–Lausanne

by Rimini Protokoll

Stefan Kaegi has transformed a truck into a theatre – the seating installed in the trailer of a heavy goods vehicle takes 50 spectators on a journey to places of transit and trade. The drivers tell their stories of life on the road, and the theatre sets off to engage in everyday aspects of globalisation.

Théâtre de VidyLausanne, Switzerland

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Les Printemps de Sévelin

A unique opportunity to introduce the public to the demanding, innovative and sensitive work of emerging and established Swiss and international artists. On this year's bill are Tabea Martin, Edouard Hue, Oona Doherty, Michele Rizzo, Euripides Laskaridis and others.

Théâtre Sévelin 36Lausanne, Switzerland

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/Unitile

by Neopost Foofwa

Eleven stateless artists and citizens of the 21st century seek the causes of their drifting. They discover the source of some current sorrows in the underlying thoughts and lost gestures of the 19th century’s final throes - and find a remedy: an unpredictable, regenerating dance without borders.

ADC-GenèveGeneva, Switzerland

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flow

by Compagnie Linga

The astonishing performance of animal’s group movements, such as benches of sardine or flocks of birds, inspires Company Linga’s next work. «flow» marks the first collaboration between Compagnie Linga and the French-Korean duo of electro-traditional music Keda.

Théâtre de l’OctogonePully, Switzerland