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Plays, concerts, book and comics fair: our selection of this week’s trips to Tarn

Plays, concerts, book and comics fair: our selection of this week’s trips to Tarn

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Every week La Dépêche du Midi brings a selection of unmissable outings and shows to the Tarn. Concerts, exhibitions, festivals… Good plans for consuming without moderation.

SNA: Unbalanced circus, with Zugzwang show

On the stage, the decor is in motion. Surrealistic universes collapse, disappear, and then reappear in a new form according to a skillful stage play. And in this unstable world, the five circus artists of the Galactik ensemble develop as best they can. They venture from one landscape to another, trying to adapt to these fragile worlds where anything can happen: ceilings that collapse, tables that turn, chairs that slide…

In this mischievous mess, acrobats juggle physical prowess, humor and poetry. Through this creation, Galactik Ensemble fosters reflection on the fragility of existence and the place we occupy in the world. It will be on the stage of the Grand Théâtre on Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 November.

Info: 05 63 38 55 56

“Walking cinema” in Graulhet

As part of the national event “Cinema on a Walk”, the 7th art travels through the dark rooms of the department with a fine selection of films throughout the month of November. On Friday, November 18, a screening of the film “Green Gold” by Sergio Ghizzardi will take place in Graulhet. The investigative documentary “L’Or vert” deals with the main questions that are turning our century upside down: what place should be given to renewable energy sources and the agrofuel industry at the time of the energy, ecological and economic crisis we are going through? ? What will be the price to pay for our model of society to continue to exist? The screening will be followed by a conversation with the director.

Info: 05 63 33 25 25 – free of charge

“Bullolac” rural fair of comics, books and illustrations returns to Cagnac

Casimir Ferrer, guest of honor of the 2021 edition.
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The 7th edition of a format that has proven itself and seduced its audience, the “Bullolac” festival returns to the shores of Lake Cagnac-les-Mines, this Sunday, November 20. More than 40 authors, illustrators, writers and booksellers will come to present their works. Professionals or amateurs are invited to share their love for creation, as a lever for understanding the world.

Organized by Foyer Rural, “Bullolac” offers a real moment of meeting, both intergenerational and multicultural. The day will revolve around a festive and friendly program: signing sessions, stands, various exhibitions and numerous activities.

Info: Salle des Fêtes du Camp grand, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. – free of charge. 06 19 93 45 23

Castres. A trip to Africa with the “Amakuru Huye Rwanda” festival

The Cooperation Committee runs many exchange projects between the city of Castres and Huye in Rwanda.

The Cooperation Committee runs many exchange projects between the city of Castres and Huye in Rwanda.
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From November 18 to December 3, a festival in Rwandan colors will take place at the MJC des Salvages, in Castres. Amakuru Huye Rwanda Festival offers four highlights to discover, travel, exchange, meet and dance. Various Rwandan artists will exhibit during the festival.

The opening, with music, will take place on Friday, November 18. This will be followed by an arts and crafts market, a festive evening, dances and gastronomy, a conference, an evening of storytelling: an eclectic program that pays tribute to the rich mosaic of African culture.

Information: MJC des Salvages, 18 Avenue de la Grande Armée – Castres. 09 66 12 93 13

Alba. “IN A LANDSCAPE”, music without borders

Bassoonist Sophie Bernado explores rap as well as chamber music, pop, free jazz and flamenco.

Bassoonist Sophie Bernado explores rap as well as chamber music, pop, free jazz and flamenco.

The 5th edition of the experimental music festival “IN A LANDSCAPE” starts this week in GMEA. As an invitation to musical exploration, this event offers one meeting per month, in the dead of winter. The first concert of this 2022 edition will take place this Wednesday, November 16, in the GMEA hall.

An unprecedented meeting between Sophie Bernado on bassoon and Jean-Yves Evrard on guitar, this concert promises a subtle fusion of their colorful universes. For music that already seems impossible to classify.

Info: 4 rue Sainte-Claire – Albi. At 19:00 – free (reservation recommended). 05 63 54 51 75 / info@gmea.net

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