version Française
AT THÉÂTRE DE LA VILLE
AT THÉÂTRE DES ABBESSES
 
Theater
Dance
Music
World music
Click to enlarge the planisphere
Clik to close

Ticketing



FULL RATE
1st and 2nd categories €
YOUNG PEOPLE
1st and 2nd categories €

This production has already taken place
Current productions














You recommend :

Construire une nouvelle démocratie en Europe






Your flash plugin is out of date.
Click here to update it

 Espace Pierre Cardin
Wednesday 17 May 2017 - 20h30
  • Wednesday 17 May 2017 - 20h30


Débat event

Construire une nouvelle démocratie en Europe

in partnership with Le Monde


Europe is living a historic moment. Since its foundation, it fulfilled a fundamental mission - eliminating the danger of war - but it didn't manage to prevent the severe crisis it's facing nowadays: Brexit, rise of populist movements, social alarms, refugees tragedy.
Today, the progress and prosperity that were aimed by the founding fathers of Europe, are at stake and the Union is questioned by those who feel far from it or even suspicious about it. This emerging reality is embodied in the six countries represented in the 8th Chantiers d'Europe edition: Croatia, Spain, Greece, Netherlands, Portugal and United Kingdom. Major splits exist between them; their past and their stakes in relation to the community are very different, but these same differences indeed stimulate a very interesting debate. How can we reinvent democracy in Europe? That is our question, because that is one of Europe major challenges.
Artists can play and dance the world, they can also dream about it. But they are forced to work according to political and economic constraints which vary according to the country. France is privileged. We are aware of it. In other countries, you often need to fight to raise funds in particularly difficult contexts. The cultural landscape which is the result of such a situation is quite kaleidoscopic. Perspectives change, problems are different form one another, but the fundamental questions are the same: finding a way to talk about the current state of things, finding out what, throughout a threatened Europe, could allow us to gather together. Maybe, through these shattered times, thinking about The Carnation Revolution which overthrew the longest dictatorship in Europe. It was in 1974; not so long ago then. Twelve years later, Portugal joined the European Union: hope was at the end of the road.


Brigitte Salino

 

 

Debate with Chantiers d'Europe's artits hosted by Brigitte Salino.
with
Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota, director and Théâtre de la Ville director
Marjolijn van Heemstra
director (Nederlands),
Martha Bouziouri
, co-author playwright of Anestis Azas (Greece)
& Kirstin Shirling Good Chance Theatre (United Kingdom)

translation
Pascale Fougère

 
 
 
 
print send to a friend



Théâtre de la Ville
directeur Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
16 quai de Gesvres 75180 Paris Cedex 04
2 place du Châtelet 75004 Paris
tél. adm. 01 48 87 54 42

9220 Association déclarée
identifiant SIREN 775 661 721
identifiant SIRET du siège 775 661 721 00024

entrepreneur de spectacles:
Licence 1 : 1-1051016
Licence 2 : 2-1051017
Licence 3 : 3-1051015
mentions légales   credits : Atelier 144