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Photo 3 Cie FAR TP Crédit Pierre Colletti

Monsieur le directeur comm, Photo credit: Circusography

After the success of its previous editions, Arts à la Rue, le festival éclaté, is back on the Geneva streets with even more shows.

From July 5 to August 11, every Tuesday and Thursday evening, make way for an offbeat universe. The Agrippa d'Aubigné Terrace, in the Old Town, will be transformed into a playground of discoveries punctuated by humor and tenderness.

On the program, a multitude of artistic talents where street theater, circus arts, musical humor, object theater, magic, puppetry and dance are mixed.

Photo 3 Cie FAR TP Crédit Pierre Colletti

Fil à retordre, Photo credit: Pierre Colletti

Orchestrated by fourteen Swiss and French companies, the performances are played as close as possible to the spectators and allow them to discover, in the heart of the city, the diversity of the living arts.

Organized by the company Mine de Rien, Art à la Rue, the festival is a free event for all. For the third consecutive year, Joane Reymond, creator and artistic director of the event, is working to liven up the Geneva summer evenings.

In 2019, she answers the call for tender of the City to animate the 2020 summer season with her four street shows, while respecting the sanitary rules. And in 2021, thanks to a subsidy from the transformation fund proposed by the canton and the Federal Office of Culture, it will develop this project initiated in 2020 into a real festival welcoming companies from Switzerland and neighboring France. This year, the event is enriched with even more shows, as many favorites spotted during its tribulations.

A production of the Mine de Rien Company with the support of the Federal Office of Culture, the Republic and Canton of Geneva, the Sandoz Family Philanthropic Foundation, the Leenards Foundation and the Ernest Göhner Foundation.

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Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5 July to 11 August 2022, at 19h30

Agrippa d'Aubigné Terrace (Geneva old town)
7, rue de l'Evêché
1204 Genève

FREE ENTRY - Hat at the exit

You will find the complete program at this link.