Photo : Clan Cabane © Théo Lavanant
Clan Cabane
La Contrebande
Aerial bouncy children's shack
From the age of 6

For this new outdoor show, Antoine Cousty has assembled a joyful team around a new apparatus: the trampoline. Using two nets, some straps and a few wooden planks, the five aerial acrobats and builders explore the twists and turns involved in building a shack, temporary shelter, barricade and zone to defend. In a fascinating interplay of verticality and bodies bounding in all directions, these highly physical collective figures gradually build a genuine aerial choreography, transforming this playground into a stunning acrobatic spectacle. Virtuoso and magical!



The six acrobats Simon Cheype, Antoine Cousty, Hugo Moriceau, Jacob Auzanneau, Florian Bessin and Lluna Pi met at the French national school of circus arts in Rosny-sous-Bois (ENACR) and founded the circus company La Contrebande. They developed several of their early shows (La coche cavale in 2012, Œuf dur et demi molle in 2013, Pic nic in 2014), while continuing their respective training at the École supérieure des arts du cirque (EASD) and the Centre national des arts du cirque (CNAC) in Châlon-en-Champagne. They then created Bal Trap (2015), a thirty-minute outdoor show, followed by Willy Wolf (2018), a one-hour indoor or big top show. In 2021, the company formed an association to manage new projects: Seul comme un dodo (2022), Clan cabane (2023) and I’m a loser baby (work in progress). They are united by the common desire to push and exceed the limits, and to surpass themselves by challenging each other, mainly through a game-like process.

Wednesday 03 July 2024
15:00 > 15:45
Parc du Thabor, Carré Duguesclin, Rennes
Thursday 04 July 2024
19:00 > 19:45
Parc du Thabor, Carré Duguesclin, Rennes
Friday 05 July 2024
19:00 > 19:45
Parc du Thabor, Carré Duguesclin, Rennes

Métro ligne a et b : arrêt Sainte-Anne • Bus C1, C3, C8 : arrêt Sévigné • Vélo Star : Hoche

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The association is supported by the City of Rennes, the Brittany Region, the Ille-et-Vilaine Department & the ministry of culture.

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