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21 FEB TO 1 MAR

DEUX PIERRES
Turak Théâtre

A SOLO BY MICHEL LAUBU
FRANCE

Objects theatre
ALJEZUR . MONCHIQUE

ALJEZUR
21, 22 FEB (fri, sat) – 09:30PM
23 FEB (sun) – 06:00PM
Exact place to be announced

MONCHIQUE
28, 29 FEB (fri, sat) – 09:30PM
1 MAR (dom) – 06:00PM
Exact place to be announced

ARTISTIC LABS
24, 25, 26 E 27 FEB (mon to thu)
10:30AM – 01:00PM
02:30PM – 05:00PM
Espaço +

RUNNING TIME: 1H00

AGE RATING: M/ 12+
Minimum age allowed is 12 years old

TICKETS:
8€ Single Price

TICKET OFFICE

PURCHASE TICKETS ALSO AT:
Monchique – Biblioteca Municipal (Municipal Library)
Aljezur – Casa Lavrar o Mar – Rua João Dias Mendes

LAB PARTICIPATION:
10€ Single Price

ENROLLMENT REQUIRED:
info@lavraromar.pt | (+351) 913 943 034
PERFORMANCE
A mist from which small characters emerge without a direct connection to the daily life where they were made... everything fits in the palm of a hand or even in a shoebox. It is a matter of poetic DIY, an unlikely mix of used objects taken from forgotten drawers with things that have not been thrown away: Old clothes-pegs, bits of thread and twine, wooden beams and logs bathed by the sea and the wind, carved fruit stones. An invented folk from Turákia, which is an imaginary country that exists in vertical geography.
‘Deux Pierres’ is like little visual conversations ...
Fascinated by the poetry of unlikely assemblages and the fatigue of the objects he works with, Michel Laubu brings us a portrait gallery and a wonderful picture theatre, as a visual recital of arrivals and departures of angels, potatoes and so many other (in)significant things.

CREATION LAB
An unique experience to understand that a teapot, a coffee maker, a wallet or a stool can be characters that come to life in our hands. Endowed with a very unique and refined technique, Michel Laubu teaches us how everyday objects from the past can question and transport us into an effervescent experience full of poetry, humour and strangeness.
ARTISTIC AND TECHNICAL CREDITS

CONCEPTION, PERFORMANCE AND LAB COORDINATION: Michel Laubu