Photo : No Regret © Koen Cobbaert
No Regret
Compagnie Le Geste qui sauve / Liévine Hubert
Collaborative chorus in movement

Liévine Hubert works with around 60 local residents and three actresses in a surprising form of collaborative choreography in public space. It’s a short and startling street show, a powerful yet subtle collective ritornello.


Le Geste Qui Sauve is a Belgian expressive movement theatre company founded in 2012 by graduates of the École internationale De Kleine Académie (Brussels). Today it is directed by Liévine Hubert. The company produces plays and performances for all ages, often taking its productions outside the theatre and into exhibition and public spaces. These productions are visual, stripped back and simple (Écho, Le laboratoire de l’ordinaire, l’absent). The company also explores movement, as part of its Laboratoire de l’ordinaire, and conducts workshops and seminars. Le Geste qui Sauve creates interaction with a wide audience, and develops participatory projects like No Regret. Liévine Hubert also sings for Les Divas Dugazon and recently worked with the contemporary dance company, Louma (Rennes), alongside choreographer Alain Michard.


Writing and concept : Liévine Hubert
Performed by : Liévine Hubert, Claire Vandamme and Camélia Zaoudi
Image : Claire Vandamme
Costumes : Camélia Zaoudi


With the support of Artist Project-Iles – ASBL, de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles et du Bureau International de la Jeunesse.

Saturday 07 July 2018
16:00 > 16:15
Place Hoche, Rennes
Saturday 07 July 2018
17:15 > 17:30
Place Hoche, Rennes
Saturday 07 July 2018
18:30 > 18:45
Place Hoche, Rennes
Sunday 08 July 2018
16:30 > 16:45
Parc du Thabor, Kiosque, Rennes
Sunday 08 July 2018
18:00 > 18:15
Parc du Thabor, Kiosque, Rennes
Sunday 08 July 2018
19:15 > 19:30
Parc du Thabor, Kiosque, Rennes

Métro : Sainte-Anne / Bus : C1-C5-9-12 / Arrêt de Bus : Sainte-Anne / Vélo : Place Hoche

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