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.

 

Sans effort

by Cie SNAUT

What is left of the human brain in the absence of any digital storage media? Together with Marie Ripoll on stage, musician Louis Jucker and Tiphanie Bovay-Klameth as external memory bank, Joël Maillard explores human memory and oral transmission as a unique medium of creation.

far° festivalNyon, Switzerland

 

Invisible

by Cie Yan Duyvendak

With «Invisible», audience members are both the cause of and witness to subtle, exciting disturbances in public spaces, based on a brief scenario and statements of earlier participants. Socially accepted norms are upended, the cause of which is only known to the audience, as an invisible accomplice.

Noorderzon Performing Arts FestivalGroningen, The Netherlands

 

Sketch of Togetherness #2

by Lea Moro

The serial long-term performance project «Sketch of Togetherness» examines the physical, social, personal and emotional qualities of an encounter between two strangers. In this second part, the dancer and multi-purpose artist Claire Dessimoz spends a day with Catherine Labouchère, accompanied by a camera.

far° festivalNyon, Switzerland

 

festival far° 2019

Theatre, dance, music, performances, with several premieres from French-speaking Switzerland and from the country as a whole: the festival far° takes place every August, an entertaining and challenging cultural event, favouring new discoveries, encounters and emotions. Programme 2019 to follow….

Usine à GazNyon, Switzerland

 

Swiss Selection Edinburgh

For the first time, Pro Helvetia is supporting the presence of Swiss performing arts productions at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with its Swiss Selection Edinburgh. The works featured this year are «21» by Mats Staub, «8:8» by Mercimax and «Traumboy/Traumgirl» by Daniel Hellmann & Anne Welenc.

SummerhallEdinburgh, Scotland, UK

 

Traumboy / Traumgirl

by Daniel Hellmann

With «Traumgirl», Anne Welenc adds the female point of view to Daniel Hellmann’s «Traumboy». Drawing on the performers’ personal and professional experiences, the performances explore the relationship between sex, money, shame and identity in the environment of today’s hyper-sexualized, capitalist society.

SummerhallEdinburgh, Scotland, UK