“Raoul” by James Thiérrée at the Abbey Theatre
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- © Richard Haughton
With the support of the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Ireland, the Abbey Theatre brings to Dublin this extraordinary solo theatre piece by James Thiérrée.
Acrobat, clown, poet and magician, James Thiérrée creates a world of endless invention. One of Europe’s most versatile artists, Thiérrée uses his impish talent to transform everyday objects into magical dream-like spectacles that captivate, charm and inspire.
In this solo show, Thiérrée is Raoul, a man without beginning or end, who tumbles through a series of utopian fantasies in which acrobatics, mysterious transformations, music and dance collide – a world which is at once recognisable and yet utterly alien. Raoul is a surprising and daring show in which Thiérrée mischievously teases the audience whilst demonstrating his formidable skills through delightful visual comedy.
A fun show for all the family !
The Abbey Theatre
18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26 February 2011 at 7.30pm
7 performances only !
Tickets : €15 – €38
Family tickets available through Box Office only. Phone (01) 87 87 222
Further info :
A Compagnie du Hanneton/Junebug production co-commissioned by the Abbey Theatre in association with Crying Out Loud, barbicanbite09, La Coursive Scène Nationale de La Rochelle, Le Théâtre de Namur, La Comédie de Clermont-Ferrand, Théâtre de la Ville Paris, La Maison de la Danse Lyon, and Théâtre National de Toulouse.