Calendar archived events

Find previous premieres, festivals and special events in the performing arts archive.
If you have missed a premiere, please consult the company’s own website (following the link in the company details) for further performance dates.

 

Mimi und das Doudou

by Figurentheater Margrit Gysin

A new production from Margrit Gysin, the grande dame of young children's puppet theatre. A lost doll, a father bear desperately trying to find it and an inconsolable Mimi. After several attempts, the Brumm Bear comes up with a very interesting idea ...

VorstadttheaterBasel, Switzerland

 

Romeo, Romeo, Romeo

by Joshua Monten

In the age of Tinder, Grindr and online dating, dance continues to play a central role in how many of us find a mate. Dance can take many shapes but – even when it’s performed by professionally trained dancers in front of a sophisticated audience – deep down inside, dance is a mating ritual.

DampfzentraleBern, Switzerland

 

44 Harmonies from Apartment House 1776

by Christoph Marthaler

This title was invented by John Cage for a work performed in 1976, a composition which overlays several musical spaces simultaneously. Marthaler’s production will be an idiosyncratic continuation of the research that Cage conducted in his life on the connection between chance, experience and the everyday.

Schauspielhaus, SchiffbauZürich, Switzerland

 

Blue Moves

by Rudi van der Merwe

«Blue Moves» is a road-movie dance about the idea of being woke: radically and consistently aware of racial and social injustice. For four dancers carried away by the blues. The light glissé of the blue note.

ADC-GenèveGeneva, Switzerland

 

Wahada

by Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Genève

Supported majestically by Mozart’s Mass in C minor, the choreographer Abou Lagraa develops a dance portrayed with fluidity, abandon, virtuosity and harmony. A shared dance offering a spiritual journey, where the dancers' bodies become music, borne on the wings of Mozart's work.

Grand Théâtre de GenèveGeneva, Switzerland

 

NEXT Arts Festival

The festival takes place in the French-Belgian Eurometropolis of Lille-Kortrijk-Tournai and offers a fine selection of international contemporary theatre and dance. Featured this year are exciting Swiss productions by Laetitia Dosch, Martin Schick, Denise Wintsch and Christophe Meierhans.

NEXT Arts FestivalKortrijk, Belgium