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Akram Khan

Until the lions

From 5 to 17 December 2016

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Réservez par téléphone
au 01 40 03 75 75 du lundi au samedi de 10h30 à 19h30

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à la folie information-billetterie 7 jours sur 7 de 10h30 à 19h30

Prices

Full Price 32 €


Reduced rate* 26 €


Carte Villette* 20 €


Youth Card* 20 €


Benefits claimants and pensioners 20 €


Under 12 years old 12 €
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30% de réduction sur tous les spectacles et les Ateliers Villette à 8€, en toute liberté
Abonnement jeune
Pour les moins de 26 ans

Venue

Access Porte de Pantin :
Metro : Ligne 5
Bus : Ligne 75,151
Tram : Ligne T3b
Car Park "Cité des Sciences" - PML please call 01 40 03 75 75

Date

From December 5th to 17th
Every day at 8pm

Rest on December 7th, 11th and 15th

Duration : 70 min

Until the Lions is based on a tale in the classic Indian epic Mahabharata. It takes up the story of Amba, daughter of King Kashi. With themes of betrayal and vengeance, and live musical accompaniment, Akram Khan’s intense choreography offers the charms of a journey into the unknown. → part of the Festival d’Automne, with the Théâtre de la Ville

The show

As a child, Akram Khan was involved with Peter Brook’s legendary production of Mahabharata. Thirty years later, the choreographer has plunged back into his childhood memories with a version by the poet Karthika Naïr. The result is Until the Lions, a choreographed tale of rare intensity.

Using a circular set, Akram Khan forms a trio with the dancers Ching-Ying Chien and Christine Joy Ritter, and revives his script of tragic imbroglio. Four musicians and singers breathe a harmonious flow into these trials, mad races, and staggering lifts. Arabic chants, Indian percussions, old French songs, all these sources are interwoven in this enveloping, melodic piece.