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Canceled in 2021, the contemporary Cirque Festival Circonova is back with twenty exotic, eclectic and family shows in Quimper and in nine other communes of the South Finistère. © provided by FranceInfo
until February 3, Circonova celebrates his tenth anniversary and his eleventh edition with a program that is eclectic but affordable so that everyone can find his account and discover the wealth of contemporary circus. In total, 80 artists from 18 companies are present this year to propose twenty shows to Quimper (six different places) but also in nine communes of Cornouaille (in Briac, Crozon, Ergué-Gaberic, Fouesnant Penmarc'h, Plomelin, Plugfan, Bridge L'Abbé, Rosporden).
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from here and elsewhere
if in the name Circonova, we hear well "circus", here it opens to all the arts with shows where physical and artistic performances mingle with musicians, dancers, Shadow and light games, clowns ... it's an open window on the creation and on the world because some companies come from abroad to the image of the Mandingue Cirque of Guinea Conakry and its show Tana Soft RI? (How are you ?). Acrobatics, contortions, dances, singing and live music, the 12 young artists know everything. But behind the "show", they evoke the story of all the anonymous trying to pass the borders and the sea at the risk of their lives.
The Festival wants to be accessible to all. Hence a tariff policy does not afford or the students (they can enjoy a fair equivalent to 5 euros the show). Several free shows are also proposed as was the case on the weekend of January 15th and 16th.
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There is still one dozens shows before this eleventh edition closes SS doors. Among them we will mention among others (because everything is enticing in this program!):
- The absolute of Boris Gibé and the Cie the things of nothing. The artist will evolve in a four-storey sheet metal, nine meters in diameter, twelve high, installed on the forecourt of the Cornouaille Theater. The public will be installed in the spiral stairs of the structure to follow this experience.
- Dick Love, and with Sandrine Juglair who, around a pole bar, interrogates male attitudes and manhood.
- K Kurz Davor in which a woman "a little nurse" tries to sit a rubber man. Both rebound on a large pneumatic mattress in the middle clay dust volutes, accompanied by a music played live.
- Eternal Idiots of the EL Nucleo company with five acrobats and a musician who seize the theme of adolescence and his upheavals based on a giant male-shaped mobile structure.
- Poetic manipulation of Raoul Lambert Cie: A "Mental Magic" show with two "conferensorciers" that range from media libraries to guess books but especially to play with words.
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