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Le Théâtre National de Bretagne in partnership with les Tombées de la Nuit presents
Le printemps du petit TNB
Family sunday
For one weekend, the Théâtre National de Bretagne (TNB) will open its doors to families and young audiences, giving carte blanche to Valérie Mréjen, resident artist at the TNB, with set design by Urbagone and M studio.

– Comme Souffler dans un oreiller (Musical siesta)
Musicians François Robin and Erwan Martinerie combine acoustic instruments, pre-recorded sounds and electronic mixing.
Starts at 2pm. 30 min performance. Open to ages 6 and up. Free, subject to availability.

– Discover the TNB
Visit and take a tour of the theatre.
Starts at 2:15pm – 20-minute tours leave from the lobby every half hour. Open to ages 6 and up. Free for children accompanied by an adult.

– Short films on the big screen
Discover the world of Valérie Mréjen through a selection of short films.
From 2pm to 6pm. Open to ages 6 and up. TNB Cinema, Salle Jouvet. Free.

– Workshop
Children are invited to an art workshop based on various audio and video works. Inspired by these unique listening and viewing experiences, they will draw, hang and assemble their drawings to transform the theatre over the course of the weekend.
Available workshops: “Le Carnaval des animaux” by Camille Saint-Saëns (ages 4 and up), “La peau de l’ours” by Valérie Mréjen (ages 6 and up), “Abstraction” by Robert Breer (ages 6 and up).
From 2pm to 6pm. 20 min workshops. On different floors of the TNB. Free for children accompanied by an adult.

– The Toy Orchestra by Michael Wookey (Concert)
Toys are musical instruments and Michael Wookey and his orchestra prove it. With English songs, improvisations and covers, bicycle bells and music boxes, toys show that they have more than meets the eye.

Sunday 25 March 2018
14:00 > 18:00
Théâtre National de Bretagne, Rue Saint-Hélier, Rennes

Ticket office and more information at TNB > 02 99 31 12 31

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