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The storytelling evening is getting ready in Bressols

Cultural, Conference in Bressols
  • Saturday, February 4, Philippe IMBERT invites you to the La Muse cultural center in Bressols from 8:30 p.m. to present his show Danse, Mémé, danse.

  • Philippe IMBERT: storyteller

    "What I like about storytelling is the storytelling side, it's the idea of transmitting an oral culture that comes to us from afar, from so far away that we don't even know where! So we, the storytellers, we have to tell, we tell until we are no longer thirsty, so that after us, we tell and we tell again.

    Philippe Imbert was born into a family from the south, south of France, south of Europe in which Andalusia, Tuscany and Queyras were mixed.

    He explains...
    Philippe IMBERT: storyteller

    "What I like about storytelling is the storytelling side, it's the idea of transmitting an oral culture that comes to us from afar, from so far away that we don't even know where! So we, the storytellers, we have to tell, we tell until we are no longer thirsty, so that after us, we tell and we tell again.

    Philippe Imbert was born into a family from the south, south of France, south of Europe in which Andalusia, Tuscany and Queyras were mixed.

    He explains that it was there that he began to tell stories, to like being listened to...One day, he left Provence and came to Paris. First a social worker, he then became a storyteller.

    Philippe likes to play with language, let himself be carried away by his imagination, create his own words, tell with his words, his gestures, his accent, in a kind of total freedom. When he tells, his eye shines and his voice sings.

    The show: Dance, Grandma, dance!

    The Spanish emigration told from the inside, the little story as they say. What remains of these memories in the family memory of the generations that follow?
    It's moving, joyful and dramatic as the Andalusians are! We sing and Granny dances!

    Location: La Muse cultural center - route de Lavaur – 82710 BRESSOLS
    Time: 8:30 p.m.
    Free admission.
    Duration: 1 hour
    Public: from 11 years old
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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  • On February 4, 2023 at 8:30 PM
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