Dear, would you like to program one of the shows and/or workshops and/or flash mobs and/or tailor made creations?
Feel free to contact us at jordi(at)jordiLvidal.net
We are really excited to inform you about the first public try-outs of Alamor
An original and multidisciplinary show that combines contemporary dance, puppetry and graphics arts.
• 25th April at 2pm at La Roseraie Brussels
• 04th May at 10:30am + 1:30pm at CC Le Fourquet Brussels
Reservations only for stage arts programmers at jordi(at)jordiLvidal.net
Don’t miss the chance to come and see OOups in excellent shape thanks to more than 65 performances done in Europe (France, Spain, Bulgaria, UK, Romania, The Netherlands…) and Brazil !
• 29th June from 6pm in the streets of Solingen, Germany
• 30th June at 7:30pm at Grosse Gala Walder Teatertage Grosse Gala Walder Teatertage
• 20th July at Alentejo International Theater Festival, Evora, Portugal
Looking for a funny and cheerful activity?
Do not hesitate to participate at the surprising action with dance and live music.
Directed and created by Jordi L. Vidal with the music of Raphaël Hertsens playing by fanfares of Hainaut.
10th May at 5pm
Grand Place, Ath, Belgium
Jordi has started a collaboration with Sibiu International Theater Festival, La Strada Bremen, Veregra Festival Italy and Open Street in the frame of Poetic Invasion project
Come and join the workshop and flash mob:
• From 21st till 26th May with Vlaicu Golcea and Jordi
• From 25th till 30th June with Adriana Koenemann and Jordi
Info and registrations here
Willing to explore your creativity with movement?
Come and join the next dance and improvisation workshop
On 19th May from 1:30pm till 6:30pm in Liege, Belgium
Organize by Collectif Balam
Cité Culture Liège, Maison de la Marionnette Tournai, Maison de la Création BXL Nord, La Roseraie great team and sweet welcome.
But also to the remarkable artists Italia Gaeta, Mariano Bolfarini, François-Xavier Randour, Flora Gaudin, Susanne Bentley, Aurélie Beyaert, Eugènie Defraigne, Matthias Walton, Virginie Tasset, Frédéric Philippe, Ikram Haltout, Montse Gisbert, Margaux Vandervelden, Loic Boon