Antigel follows a bold and innovative idea, simultaneously addressing cultural, social and urban issues. By charting new cultural territories, the festival creates an artistic dynamic between the centre and the periphery of the canton. Showing cultural events in unusual settings, it invites the audience to venture away from the main focus points of the city to explore the diversity of Geneva’s environs.
The festival focuses on a strong music programme, but also includes the performing arts and interdisciplinary formats. During three intense weeks of artistic discoveries, the following Swiss performing arts productions can be seen:
«Eromania (History X)» by Think Tank Theatre & Caroline Bernard, at Théâtre Saint-Gervais – 2, 3, 4 & 6 February
No profession can match that of a Rumanian camgirl in discussing globalization 2.0, both in terms of the circulation of money it implies and the technical devices it invents.
«Rodeo Banquise», a programme including 11 emerging artists at L’Abri – 14 to 16 February
This year, the festival will present the works of 11 young associate artists in cooperation with the multi-cultural centre L’Abri.
«Tell Me» a project by Collectif Détente & Old Masters, at Ferme de la Chapelle, Lancy – 21 February
An interdisciplinary evening of joint performances by Léa Meier, Julia Perazzini, Anaïs Wenger and the company Old Masters in the context of an exhibition by Charlotte Herzig and Sarah Margnetti.
«Mix 22» by Ballet Junior, at ADC Salle des Eaux-vives – 22 & 23 February
The Junior Company of Ballet de Genève presents choreographies by Hofesh Shechter, Barak Marshall and Rachid Ouramdane.
«Hocus Pocus» by Cie Philippe Saire, at Théâtre du Bordeau, Saint-Genis-Pouilly – 11 & 12 February
A visual tale for young audiences: between two neon lights, two dancers set off for a playful exploration of appearances and disappearances and encounter a thousand and one adventures.
See the full programme on the website of Festival Antigel