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Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles

Scènes nouvelles

10 > 13.11.2022

In November, the Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles becomes Scènes nouvelles, the annual meeting place for audiences and professionals, both Belgian and international, to discover the best creations of emerging artists in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.

What’s on the mind of Belgian artists? What does their future seem to be leading? The Théâtre National helps to highlight and to share what irrigates emerging French-speaking Belgian creation: strong, radical hybridization. In such a way that it is not simply a flash in the pan but instead that it be long-lasting, by presenting on its our stages, new works that are (too little) seen in Brussels and Wallonia, by co-constructing the programming with one or more friendly partners, and more broadly by strengthening the cultural and artistic network which territorializes and disorients, at the same time, in other places, from other centres, such as for this season the Théâtre Varia, a Centre dramatique of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.

The Théâtre National is ready to initiate this transformation, to seize a new ethic of the relationship head-on.

With the support of Wallonie-Bruxelles International, Wallonie-Bruxelles Théâtre / Danse


Single rate of 9€/show on all the programming of Scènes nouvelles.
Thursday 10.11.2022

18:00 Au jardin des potiniers
19:00 Outrage pour bonne fortune
19:00 Le Jardin
19:30 Angles morts
19:45 Au jardin des potiniers
21:15 Blind

Friday 11.11.2022

15:00 Outrage pour bonne fortune
15:30 Au jardin des potiniers
17:30 Au jardin des potiniers
19:00 Blind
20:00 Au jardin des potiniers
20:30 Le Jardin
20:45 Angles morts

Saturday 12.11.2022

14:00 Au jardin des potiniers
15:45 Au jardin des potiniers
18:00 Outrage pour bonne fortune
18:30 Au jardin des potiniers
19:30 La Grotte
20:00 groove
21:30 Garcimore est mort

Sunday 13.11.2022

14:00 Au jardin des potiniers
15:00 La Grotte
15:30 groove
16:45 Garcimore est mort

Le Rideau de saison, Maak & Transmettre · photos : Lucile Dizier, 2024