“Uwrubba” in Molière
The Molière Theater on avenue Victor-Hugo presents, Friday January 20 at 20:30, the performance of the dance “Uwrubba” by Ali & Hèdi Thabet, which stages a total performance that invokes the Greece of mythology and that of rebetiko, Greek music with the allure of half-eastern, half-gypsy blues… Six dancers accompanied by eight Greek and Tunisian musicians and a mezzo-soprano. A stream of emotions! Prices from €10 to €25, tickets on 04 67 74 02 02.
“I have many friends” in Mireval
The cultural center Léo-Mallet in Mireval presents, Saturday, January 21 at 6 p.m., the show “J’ai trop d’amis” by David Lescot from Cie du Kaïros. There are many people in 6e, much more than in primary school. There are many potential friends and enemies… The author is incomparable to echo children’s language, their expressions, their way of communication… Prices from 8 to 14 €, tickets on 04 67 74 02 02 .
John Owens in “Rio”
The establishment “The Rio” on Quai Léopold-Suquet welcomes, Friday January 20 from 8:00 p.m., John Owens for an evening of jazz. Passionate about jazz and improvisation, his influences range from Jim Hall to Frank Zappa, from Bill Frisell to Neil Young… This Irishman is very active on the jazz scene. Reservation recommended at 04 67 74 21 10.
Brazilian evening with Marta Project
The establishment “Le Victor” at 30, avenue Victor-Hugo, offers Saturday, January 21, from 20:00 to 22:30, a bossa-nova evening with Rémy and Valentine. Reservations at 04 67 51 18 97.
Musical evening in “Rio”
The establishment “The Rio” on Quai Léopold-Suquet welcomes, Saturday, January 21 from 20:00, “Six Pack” Originally from Toulouse, they are a mix of Rhythm’n’Blues, Soul and Funk. They are now looking to introduce their local production… Booking recommended on 04 67 74 21 10.
“Love. A Siberian Odyssey” in MID
The House of Documentary Image “imageSingulières” at 17, rue Lacan welcomes until Sunday April 9, the exhibition “Love. A Siberian Odyssey” by photographer Claudine Doury. Portraits of families from the Asian peoples of Amur origin redefining the contours of a territory that bears traces of its history: the conquest of the East through the arrival of the Cossacks and the Russian settlement over the centuries to the current Chinese influence… Free admission, Tuesday to Sunday, from 14:00 to 18:00.
“Pôle Hair” exhibition at the Quartier-Haut chapel
The Quartier-Haut Chapel on Rue Borne is her home until Monday 20 February“Pôle Hair” exhibition by Claudie Dadu. Opening on Saturday 21st January at 11.30am.
“Fear Reading Night” at the New Sétoise Bookstore
The New Sétoise bookstore at 7, rue Alsace-Lorraine offers Saturday, January 21 at 7:15 p.m., flashlight reading for children ages 4 and up and at 8:15 p.m., scary readings for adults. Registration is recommended at 04 67 74 43 21.
“Reading nights” in media libraries
In the “Reading Nights” program in media libraries, Friday January 20 from 5 p.m.: Mitterrand Media Library, “Friday Short Films”, a small selection of very short films on the theme of fear (from 3 years), free entry.
Saturday, January 21 Mitterrand Media Library, come in your scariest costume! From 16:00., improv duo “Who is Didier?”, share your worst nightmare, our duo imagines the rest! All public admissions free; from 5 p.m. “The Storm” A play, reading Elena Del Vento, for 0-4 years old for recordings, performances at 17:00 and 18:00., 30 minutes; board games around a selection of awesome games, all public, free entry; from 6 p.m., readings from Automn’halles-Filomer, Sauve-qui-peut, blue fear, white fear, panic fear, irrational fear… Come vibrate with the texts chosen by the two associations to share the excitement of reading! ; Escape Game Harry Potter, Hogwarts School invites itself to Mitterrand media library sessions at 18:30, 18:30, 19:00 and 19:30. (6 people/session, with registration); demonstration of virtual reality in partnership with the association 7 un jeu, entry into virtual reality, from the age of 12, with registration; chess tournament, come face to face with the librarian mummy for a frantic game (all public, free admission); From 19.00. “Call me Victory”, performed by Violaine Vérité, written by Flavia Perez A life story where ferocity and comedy rely on each other…teen-adult audience, free entry, 30 min; from 20:00.ending the evening (take-out meal) with a moment of dancing and celebration!
Saturday, January 21 Malraux Media Library on Thau Island, from 10:30“Lirocafé”, a pleasant moment where you can share your favorite reads over a coffee with scary books (adult audience, free entry); from 14:00., “Virtual reality with VR helmet”, discovering a selection to shiver in virtual reality, from 12 years old, recording on the spot; “Magic game space”, to help Adanadhel and save the world from evil, you will have to find the pentagram and the magic formula to destroy it… (several sessions for 6 people, from 13 years old, with registration); from 2:30 p.m., roving music concert on the theme of vibration, with violinist Françoise Duffaut of the Chambre d’Arts (all public admission free); tablet workshop, a selection of tablet games to scare yourself (from 9 years old at registration); “Science workshop” with mad scientists, experiments on the theme of the five senses, from 14:30 to 15:30., from 7 years old, in registration; spooky readings, shadow theater to thrill with the family through readings at 5 p.m for children aged 3-6 and their parents and at 6 p.m for 6 years and above in registration; games in the dark workshops from 4 p.m. for 3-6 years old and from 5 p.m. general public, on-site registration; from 19:00, the draw to win Chèques Lire.
Interactive conference with public banks
The Association of Public Banks organizes, Saturday, January 21 at Lazaret at 223, rue du Pasteur-Lucien-Benoît, interactive conference. On the program: from 9:30 to 12:30, with Benoit Prevost (economist, sociologist, lecturer), Spanish Inn at noon then, from 14:00 to 17:00, with Khedidja Mamou (architect, sociologist , volunteer of APPUI). FREE ADMISSION.