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"Mister Tambourine Man" show

Cultural ,  Theatre ,  Circus in La Couarde-sur-Mer
  • A bar in Hamelin. An 'estanco' in slang. Niko, a misanthropic waiter afraid of what comes from outside, sees Dan arrive from nowhere, looking for rest. Dan is a strange man, a man-orchestra tired of his long wanderings around the world, a man disappointed by the men
    But above all, he is a man torn between the anger that keeps him going and his quest for recognition for all the desires he has provoked. Alongside this first intermittent of the show, as director Karelle Prugnaud likes to say,...
    A bar in Hamelin. An 'estanco' in slang. Niko, a misanthropic waiter afraid of what comes from outside, sees Dan arrive from nowhere, looking for rest. Dan is a strange man, a man-orchestra tired of his long wanderings around the world, a man disappointed by the men
    But above all, he is a man torn between the anger that keeps him going and his quest for recognition for all the desires he has provoked. Alongside this first intermittent of the show, as director Karelle Prugnaud likes to say, the character of the locked-in waiter can feel the wonder, the dreams and the need to be. Played by Nikolaus Holz and Denis Lavant, the two clownish characters of Mister Tambourine Man evolve in a precarious world that can be shaken by a word or a musical note. Moving from one place to another, respecting the tradition of the huckster, this itinerant show is a wink to what is only passing by and can also change everything.
    and can also change everything.

    Duration: 1 hour and 20 minutes
    From 12 years old
    Price: from €7 to €17

    With - Nikolaus Holz and Denis Lavant

    Text - Eugène Duri

    Director - Karelle Prugnaud

    Artistic collaboration - Nikolaus Holz

    Set design - Éric Benoit and Emmanuel Pestr

    Sound design - Guillaume Mika

    Musical advice - Pierre-Jules Billon

    Costumes - Antonin Boyot-Gellibert

    Photo credit: Michel Cavalca
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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  • On July 2, 2022 at 8:30 PM